High fibre in wastewater handled by robust Borger pump

A rotary lobe pump made by Börger has helped solve a wastewater processing problem at a textile manufacturer.

Taking effluent from the bleaching process into a storage tank, the Börger pump has to contend with significant fibrous material that also contains elements of hydrogen peroxide and caustic soda.

When the defined fill level of the wastewater has been reached in the collection tank, the Börger rotary lobe pump automatically conveys the liquid in measured amounts from the collecting tank into the sewage system.

Made of Duplex stainless steel and equipped with a maintenance-free mechanical seal, the compact Börger rotary lobe pump is very easy to service, requiring only basic tools.

SourceBorger UK



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