Boerger Rotary Lobe Pumps from Thomson Process are ideal for anaerobic digestion
Börger Pumps / Boerger Rotary Lobe Pumps are self-priming, valveless, positive displacement pumps ideal for pumping waste for biofuel.
Boerger Rotary Lobe pumps are used in anaerobic digestion, Membrane filtration, sodium sulphate, animal blood, parquet and tile adhesive, flood pumps, and coastline management.
Boerger Rotary Lobe pumps are ideal for anaerobic digestion, their rubber rotors can process bone, stone and other heavy materials. The even rotation of the rotor pair creates a vacuum on the priming side of the pump, which can be defined by the direction of rotation of the drive. This vacuum draws the liquid into the pump chamber. With further rotation, the pumped medium is conveyed past the pump wall into the pressure area. Up to six chamber charges are displaced with each drive rotation– depending on the rotor type. When the rotor is at a standstill, the pump seals off almost completely.
Boerger Rotary Lobe pumps are bespoke pumps and can be used stationary, mobile or submerged.
No matter if stationary, mobile or submerged, all pump components are selected individually according to the requirements of every single application.
There are two series of Boerger Pump, the BLUEline
the portfolio of 25 pump sizes with flow rates of 4.4 – 7,050 usgpm (1 and 1,600 m³/h) and pressure stabilities of up to 232 psi (16 bar), Börger can offer the perfect pump for every single application.
Two convincing product series
The BLUEline rotary lobe pump is our proven "continuous runner". 21 pump sizes and the large selection of materials and rotors (different geometric designs and materials) allow an individual design of the pump adapted to your application.
The ONIXline rotary lobe pump is the flagship of our pump range. The newly developed rotors in a flow-optimized pump casing in combination with the very robust carrier and timing gear ensure the best efficiency even with high pressures. The ONIXline offers the highest flexibility when selecting the sealing system.
Flow rates of 4.4 – 7,050 usgpm (1 – 1,600 m³/h)
Pressure-resistant up to 174 psi (12 bar)
Highest flexibility when it comes to rotors
Flow rates of 4.4 – 595 usgpm (1 – 135 m³/h)
Pressure-resistant up to 232 psi (16 bar)
Highest flexibility when it comes to the sealing system