KA BaseLINE series: particularly well suited for waste water treatment plants.
The KA BaseLINE compressor is built with the same well-known, high efficiency, reliable technology as all compressors in our portfolio, but tailored towards the 1.000 - 16.000 m3/h installations, particularly well suited for waste water treatment plants.
The KA BaseLINE compressor is an integrally geared single-stage turbo compressor with oil lubricated ceramic ball bearings.
The compressor features the 4th generation of impeller design with backward leaning blades, angled according to the desired regulation, and milled from a solid, forged piece of high grade aluminium alloy with an optimal weight/strength ratio.
Over the past 40 years, the oil lubricated bearing concept has proven to be the most reliable and cost effective solution for this industry. Several thousands of our compressors are still in operation after more than 25 years of service. The technology behind the BaseLINE series - making them the most efficient and reliable in the industry - is straight forward. The impeller and gear-ratio can be fully customised to meet the specifications of each individual plant, thereby eliminating the risk of over-design.
The BaseLINE compressor unit features the unique Dual Point ControlTM with inlet guide vanes and outlet diffuser vanes, ensuring a high-efficiency operation from 100% to 40% turndown. The Dual Point ControlTM allows the plant to regulate and operate the compressor within its maximum efficiency areas and with minimum power consumption over a wide dynamic range.
With the PLC S7-1200, the Local Control Panel (LCP) becomes an intelligent solution for controlling the KA compressor. Furthermore, combined with the Dual Point ControlTM and the instrumentation on the compressor, the Local Control Panel provides a superior automation concept that keeps efficiency and quality at a constant high level.
Field of Application:
Mainly Waste Water Treatment.
Compressor flow and pressure range:
Flow and pressure range from 1,000 to 16,000 m3/h with a differential pressure up to 1 bar(g).