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Kaeser Compressors: Condensate Management System

November 1, 2001
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Disposing of compressed air system condensate is a major environmental concern. The oil/water mixture is a hazardous waste and cannot be discharged directly into sanitary drains unless the oil is first separated from the water. Kaeser Compressors' new Aquamat condensate management system, with its four-stage separation system, automatically and reliably separates oil from condensates, virtually eliminating the need for expensive disposal by outside contractors. Models are available in six sizes, featuring rugged construction and integrated manifold system. This manifold system allows several condensate lines to be attached to one Aquamat. The system requires no electricity and low maintenance.

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