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The powerful combination of an energy-saving Deutz engine and the highly efficient KAESER SIGMA Profile rotary screw airend delivers outstanding performance with considerably reduced fuel consumption. It should therefore come as no surprise that the MOBILAIR M122 and M123 can easily perform for an entire work shift without the need to refuel. Furthermore, users not only benefit from the quality of two world-class products, but can also rely on the comprehensive KAESER KOMPRESSOREN and Deutz global service networks to ensure maximum machine availability.
The MOBILAIR M122 and M123 are in a class of their own when it comes to versatility, as they can be specifically tailored to meet the needs of the relevant application. Options include compressed air treatment components, a choice of a fully galvanised chassis with overrun brake and a fixed or height adjustable tow bar, or stationary versions either installed on skids or machine mounts.
The M 122 and M 123’s user-friendly design not only ensures simple operation and outstanding manoeuvrability: the unit's large enclosure doors also provide excellent component accessibility for unrivalled ease of service. Stationary systems are equipped as standard with maintenance connections for draining of engine oil and compressor fluid.
In contrast to the M 122, which has mechanical engine control and the classic control panel, the M 123 features more powerful electronic engine management and the advanced SIGMA CONTROL MOBIL compressor controller. Functions include operating data display, intuitive user interface, monitoring and system diagnostics. The SIGMA CONTROL MOBIL is protected by a durable metal cover as standard; the cover is also optionally available for the M 122’s control panel.
The user-friendly control and instrument panel enables all information to be viewed at a glance. Features also include automatic monitoring and shutdown in the event of a fault. Reliable, gentle start up is assured at all times, even in cold temperatures, thanks to manual switch over from pressure-free start to load operation.