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Hazardous Black Country work for Borger’s tough pumps

Posted: Friday 6th November 2015

Two rotary lobe Borger pumps are proving their continued reliability and durability at one of the fastest growing industrial waste disposal, cleaning and hazardous waste management companies in the UK.

Black Country-based MTB Midlands Ltd introduced the Borger equipment in 2009 to replace two troublesome progressive cavity pumps that couldn’t cope with the arduous applications.

Richard Owen from MTB Midlands Ltd, said: “We certainly put the Borger pumps to the test, but they never let us down. They are used constantly on a day to day basis. Despite the very tough duties with oil, coolants and process waters, the pumps keep on working, which enables us to concentrate on what we’re doing and maintain a very efficient and effective operation, with very little down time for pump maintenance”

Designed with Maintenance-In-Place (MIP), the 4kW and 7.5kW Borger pumps (15 & 50 m3/h @ 3-bar) are both fitted with pressure relief valves.

In addition to waste oil water treatment at their purpose-built state of the art, fully licensed oil recycling/recovery treatment plant in Cradley Heath, MTB Midlands Ltd also offer services which include but are not limited to: tank cleaning, high pressure jetting, incineration of contaminated rags and wipes, secure destruction, industrial shut downs and site clearances, contaminated soil disposal and hazardous waste disposal services.

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