Kaeser Compressors introduces the Mobilair 50 portable compressors in a new highly durable, corrosion- and scratch-resistant, double-skinned polyethylene sound enclosure providing maximum protection in the harshest of conditions.

Kaeser’s Mobilair 50 portable compressors continue to deliver a number of user benefits including impressive performance and energy efficiency as well as user-friendly and environment-friendly operation.

Designed as an exceptionally lightweight compressor, the Mobilair 50 delivers enough compressed air power for three breakers, or one heavy duty tool. The 5m³ class portable compressor uses trusted technology to ensure unrivalled dependability.

The Mobilair 50 portable compressor from Kaeser is powered by a proven, water-cooled, four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine, which directly drives the flow-optimised Sigma Profile airend. Direct drive eliminates transmission losses associated with other systems, consequently providing more air for less fuel.

Key features and benefits of Mobilair 50 portable compressors include enhanced service life and efficiency through low motor and airend speed; minimal noise emissions for quiet operation; ability to simultaneously power up to three breakers and also suitable for impact borer applications; lightweight design with an operational weight of less than 750kg for greater manoeuvrability; and Kaeser patented ‘Anti-Frost Control’ fitted as standard.

The Anti-Frost Control is particularly useful when ambient temperatures are lower, protecting air tools against freezing, corrosion and potential damage.

Mobilair 50 portable compressors also feature zinc-primed and powder-coated all-metallic body components ensuring long-term protection from the elements; simple operation via a single control switch and user-friendly icons; excellent component access simplifying servicing and maintenance tasks; 32.5 kW drive motor; and standard working pressure of 7 bar.

Mobilair 50 portable compressors are manufactured at Kaeser’s state-of-the-art production facility located in Coburg, Germany.