Börger at Flood Expo 2017

Making their debut at The Flood Expo 2017 on Stand No. F9024, Börger will be explaining the benefits of its Mobile Rotary Lobe Pumps for flood events.

Designed with quick-release couplings at the suction and discharge side to allow pressure hoses to be attached in a very short space of time, Börger’s pumps are also suitable for canal work, pumping station support and wastewater treatment, as well as floods.

Available in almost any set-up, from hand-trolleys to cart, trailer or truck-mounted, the mobility can quickly deliver Börger’s ATEX-approved pumps directly to where they are needed.

Benefitting from a compact design and minimum weight, Börger’s easy-access MIP (Maintenance In Place) Rotary Lobe Pump provides a very high output for the bypassing of pumping stations, wellpoint systems and dewatering, as well as flood control and digester/lagoon clean-up.

Whole-life costs of Börger’s Rotary Lobe Pump are drastically reduced by the quick and highly convenient replacement of all fluid wetted parts - without the removal of pipes, drives or other components of the pump unit.

Established over 40 years and still owned and managed by its founder, Alois Börger, the company’s name is synonymous with rotary lobe pumps, offering 25 pump sizes in eight series - with pumping volumes from 1 to 1.500 m³/h. Due to the comprehensive range of individual parts and materials available, Börger is able to supply almost every customer with a pump that has been specifically designed for their very own requirements.

Find out little bit more about Börger on their exhibitor page.