Borger LLC – Rotory Lob Pumps
Börger - young, dynamic, innovative
About the Company:
In 1975, Alois Börger founded the company in his parents barn. The company continued to grow in the years to follow. Today Börger GmbH is a flourishing company with more than 280 employees worldwide and is still expanding.
At the Börger GmbH head office in Borken-Weseke Börger designs, produces and sells pumps, chopping units and entry technology for pumping low to highly viscous and abrasive media. Börger’s core component is the patented Rotary Lobe Pump. Börger’s international sales network enables us to supply all our customers quickly. Börger is also available anytime as a professional partner once we have delivered our products.
Börger aims to expand its leading global market position by developing innovative and marketable products and services, combined with targeted international operations and by opening up further market segments.
About the Solution:
The impeccable quality and low maintenance design of the Boerger Rotary Lobe Pump impressed the customer, particularly the Boerger Premium profile rotors, which were especially developed for the biogas sector. Fibrous matter in renewable resources is captured in the profile grooves of the Premium profile rotor. This constantly exchanging film forms all over the seal between the rotors and the casing. Besides the high level of pump efficiency, this patented technology enables premium profile rotor operation be virtually free of wear.
Solution Strengths, Weaknesses and Critical Indicators
NOTE: There are multiple technologies that are used as part of integrated manure management systems and yet are not manure management types on their own. The impact of these technologies on their own would be minimal or very difficult to quantify.
General Support & Other:
- Can be an integral part of many manure management systems
- Most projects have at least some equipment that supports operations of the main technology
- This technology is not evaluated on its own, the NEAT Matrix for this technology is neutral unless utilized with other technologies.
Newtrient will continue to work with Borger to further refine the cost and performance information as more information becomes available and as new commercial dairy installations come on line.
1. OPERATIONAL HISTORY