Breathing Air Systems meet OSHA Grade D requirements.

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Series KBS Systems allow compressed air to be used as source of purified air. Portable units offer capacities of 10 scfm, and stationary units range from 12-880 scfm. Systems remove excessive moisture, dirt, dust, oil and oil vapor, carbon monoxide, and other hydrocarbons from compressed air to prevent worker health and safety risks. Options include switching failure alarm, carbon monoxide monitor, and electrical NEMA rated enclosures.



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Breathing Air System Meets OSHA Grade D Requirements



Kaeser Compressors, Inc. offers stationary and portable Breathing Air Systems (KBS) that let you use your compressed air system as a source of purified air. Typical applications are face
masks, hoods, helmets and other supplied-air breathing apparatus.

Units are available with capacities of 10 scfm as a portable model, and from 12 to 880 scfm as stationary units. Kaeser's KBS removes excessive moisture, dirt, dust, oil and oil vapor,
carbon monoxide and other hydrocarbons from compressed air to prevent worker health and safety risks. Purifying system air is an economical alternative to the use of high pressure air
cylinders or the installation of a separate breathing air compressor and air lines.

Available options include switching failure alarm, carbon monoxide monitor, and various electrical NEMA rated enclosures.

For additional information please call 1-800-777-7873 or visit us at www.kaeser.com.

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