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Synchronous reluctance motor

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Kaeser paved the way for the highest current efficiency gain, and thus reduced energy costs, when using variable-speed compressors. Following the ASD series, the CSD/CSDX series is now being equipped with this innovative drive technology.
Responsible use of resources is one of the key factors to which Kaeser Kompressoren owes its success. As a leading compressed air systems provider and a renowned industry trendsetter, the family-owned company proudly presented yet another technological milestone some time ago: the introduction of synchronous reluctance motors for its SFC variable-speed screw compressors. After the ASD series, the CSD and CSDX series are the next to be equipped with this technology. This means significantly lower energy costs for customers, particularly in the crucial partial-load range, compared to the previous solution with asynchronous motors.
With Sigma Profile and innovative drive concepts, Kaeser's rotary screw compressors already deliver outstanding performance and reliability, combined with energy efficiency and space-saving design, in keeping with Kaeser's motto: More compressed air for less energy consumption. The roll-out of synchronous reluctance technology was the next step towards even greater efficiency. The major advantage of this complete solution, which was developed in partnership with Siemens, is an efficiency gain of approximately ten percent in the partial-load range. Thanks to the innovative motors and the top IES2 classification as per the new EN 50598 efficiency standard, this solution offers unprecedented efficiency. For example, in the case of an ASD SFC series screw compressor, this translates into average energy cost savings of around 450 euros per year, based on approximately 6,000 operating hours at a rate of 10 cents per kilowatt hour. Users therefore not only enjoy maximum flexibility for specific applications and varying environmental conditions, but also with regard to load response.

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