Helpful tips

How do I reset my Kaeser air compressor?

How do I reset my Kaeser air compressor?

Either cycle power again or press the button next to the red LED that has the 2 half moons on it . this should reset the fault and clear the red LED . Then press the green 1 button. If the display goes to ready everything is now fine.

Are Kaeser Compressors good?

Kaeser compressors may be a bit more expensive than the competition, but in my experience, their quality is outstanding. They provided a small air compressor and drying system for our start-up, and we are quite satisfied! We use Kaeser Compressors to provide air to our lab equipment.

Where are Kaeser compressors manufactured?

The company manufactures its products in Coburg (northern Bavaria) and Gera (Thuringia) in Germany. They feature outstanding reliability, energy efficiency, cost efficiency and ease of maintenance – all of which help Kaeser to achieve its top priority: maximum customer satisfaction.

Who owns Kaeser compressor?

Kaeser Compressors

Type Private Company
Headquarters Coburg, Germany
Key people Frank Mueller, President of Kaeser US Thomas Kaeser, Chairman, President, & CEO Carl Kaeser, Sr., Founder (deceased)
Products Air Compressors Dryers Blowers Vacuum Portable compressors
Website https://us.kaeser.com

How do I know if my compressor needs oil?

In the middle of the sight glass, you will see a dot. Ideally, you want the oil level to be in the center of the dot. If the oil level is below the dot, your unit needs more oil. If the oil level is above the dot, you have added too much oil.

When should I change the oil in my air compressor?

How often must the oil be changed? The oil change is usually carried out in connection with recurring maintenance. Mineral compressor oil should be changed every 4000 operating hours. Synthetic compressor oils can usually be operated twice as long.

How much oil does an air compressor need?

The air compressor system holds approximately 1 gallon (4L) of oil. Check the oil level at the sight glass on the front of the WHASP Tank. Continue adding oil until the level is correct. Reinstall the fill cap.