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The Benefits

Since the blowers were installed, Fine Lady Bakeries have been delighted with the performance of the blower packages supplied by HPC KAESER.

Fine Lady Bakeries Engineering Manager, Clive Cope comments, “We were confident that the blowers would provide the reliability for our conveying requirements and we are not disappointed. They  provide trouble-free operation, are easy to maintain and operate at very low noise levels”.  

Clive added, “Energy efficiency is increasingly important to us and we appreciate that the HPC KAESER blowers meet our energy saving requirements”.

The success of the blower packages at the challenging application at Fine Lady Bakeries is a good example of HPC KAESER’s ability to provide the best blowers for demanding manufacturing applications where reliable, trouble-free operation and easy maintenance of conveying systems is of paramount importance.

These high precision engineered rotary blowers feature inherently rigid internal components and two piece casings with integrated head plates which allows absolutely minimal internal clearances and exceptionally high volumetric efficiencies resulting in significant energy savings.  

HPC KAESER also offers fully integrated packages with the choice of star-delta starting or frequency controlled variable airflows, coupled to a SIGMA 2 (SC2) controller providing users with the benefit of remote control and fully recorded operational data. With this design, customers benefit from significant energy and operational cost savings on installation, planning, commissioning and certification costs. Moreover, the compact, space-saving design allows installations to be designed with exceptionally small footprints.  

Also, as all units in the Compact range have been designed to allow all servicing to be carried out from the front of the unit, it is possible to install several blower sets side-by-side. This can save valuable floor space in crowded plant rooms or shop floor areas and provides ease of installation.  

Components such as control valves, check valves and start-up unloading valves which would normally be installed externally, are also incorporated into the units, so planning, installation and documentation of centralised blower stations is therefore made even simpler. 

 

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