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Wastewater Pumping Solutions with Borgerís MIP Rotary Lobe Pump

Posted: Monday 16th July 2007

Borgerís MIP (Maintenance In Place) design of its highly durable Rotary Lobe Pump ensures an absolute minimum of downtime for virtually any wastewater or sludge application.

Compact, self-priming and valve-less, with speed-proportional flow, this tough ATEX-approved Borger pump range continuously delivers trouble-free pumping, including raw, water-activated and thickened sludges.

Quick and highly convenient replacement of all fluid wetted parts without the removal of pipes, drives or other components of the pump unit helps drastically reduce life cycle costs.

Also benefiting from exchangeable rotor tips and re-adjustable lobes that have helped give Borger a proven track record for reliability, even in the harshest of applications, the entirely-coated rotors and screw rotors allow the Rotary Lobe Pumps to perform 24/7, almost pulsation-free. At the same time, the helical-screw rotor geometry provides gentle handling of shear-sensitive pumped fluids for optimum results. And thanks to its clever symmetrical design, the direction of flow is completely reversible, by simply switching the direction of rotation.

Available in a wide range of pump sizes, Borgerís option-loaded modular design and peripheral equipment can also be supplied as a mobile pump unit, optionally fitted on car trailers, for emergency situations.

Borger also designs ands manufactures a dual-shaft macerating unit for

reducing solids in liquids. The BorgerMulticrusher incorporates the same design advantages of the Borger Rotary Lobe Pump MIP-Design.

Complementing the Borger range is the Borger Multichopper, which is a macerator with a central cutter plate and twin opposing rotating knife heads for reducing solids in liquids.

For more information, please contact:

Borger Pumps

01902 657076

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