Kaeser Full Service ensures maximum reliability, availability, efficiency and value retention throughout a compressed air system's entire service life.
Learn about our development from a machine shop to one of the world's most successful manufacturers of compressed air systems.
Our highly skilled service technicians provide a complete range of services – and with our advanced logistics infrastructure, special parts are delivered on-site as quickly as possible.
In our compressed air seminars for users and professionals, our compressed air experts share their up-to-date knowledge with you – precisely tailored to take into account real-life challenges.
From performance analysis and compressor system design to 24/7 emergency service – the professionals at the global Kaeser Service network ensure that you get the very best from your compressed air station at all times. We look forward to hearing from you – and that includes our many available trade show meetings.
Benefit from Kaeser's decades of expertise in compressed air engineering and technology.
Benefit from the global Kaeser Service network:
Maximum efficiency, availability, legal security, and value retention
Practical calculation tools – from pressure loss to heat recovery.
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As one of the world’s leading and most established compressed air system providers and compressor manufacturers, KAESER KOMPRESSOREN provides superior customer service.
Experienced specialists and engineers stand by to provide state-of-the-art expertise and supply solutions for all aspects of compressed air engineering.
Analysis and consulting are the key for the customer to save costs, often to a considerable amount.
The global network of Kaeser Service ensures the availability of all services – from the supply of replacement and maintenance parts to full-service where you are.
Kaeser – as partner of its customers – promotes the safety, efficiency and value conservation of complex compressed air systems for their entire service life in more than 140 countries.