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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 be no surprise that MOBILAIR M 135/ M 170/ M 171 compressors can easily perform for an entire work shift without the need for refuelling. 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. Thanks to a diesel particulate filter fitted as standard, the M 171 is certified in accordance with EC Directive 2004/26, Stage IIIB, and the US emissions standard EPA Tier 4 interim.
The MOBILAIR M135, M170 and M171 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.
Electronically controlled engine start and the ability to switch over manually from idling to full load operation ensures a reliable, gentle start when operating the unit in cold ambient conditions. The SIGMA CONTROL MOBIL controller and intuitive operation mean that only 3 buttons are required to operate the compressor. Features also include automatic monitoring and shutdown and a metal cover flap to protect the control panel.
The user-friendly design of the M 135/M 170/M 171 not only ensures simple operation and outstanding manoeuvrability: the units’ 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.
Standard units are rated for ambient temperatures between -10 and +50°C. A version for lower ambient temperatures is also available.