Rotary vane compressors
Becker’s oil-free rotary vane pressure pumps are an excellent choice for medium pressure applications.
Dry-running rotary vane compressors are similar to other vane pumps. However, these pumps feature unique benefits you will not find with standard compressors. Their straightforward construction with single shaft direct drive makes for a robust, long-life rotary vane pump with low operation and maintenance costs.
Oil-free rotary vane pressure pumps are positive-displacement pumps that feature sliding vanes in a rotor rotating within a cavity. Rotary vane pumps never experience internal metal-to-metal contact, so they are able to self-compensate for wear. As a result, they have lower maintenance requirements and maintain peak performance longer than other types of compressors.
Markets and applications
As a leader in the field of suction and blast air Becker offer complete solutions driven by your individual needs. Our dry-running rotary vane compressors are the ideal solution for many industrial applications. Click on your market or application below to learn how Becker’s oil-less rotary vane compressors can help your business or application.
Whether you need an individual unit or a system, Becker's vacuum pumps, compressors for blast air, and combined pressure/vacuum pumps are made for the various processes used in the printing and paper industry - from the pre-press stage, to sheet fed and digital presses, to the post-press.
Vacuum pumps and compressors from Becker are the preferred solution for sparging, wastewater treatment, and aeration.
Becker provides customised vacuum pump and compressor solutions for numerous mechanical engineering applications across the world, such as conveying, transporting, fixing, lifting, handling, drying, cooling and many more.
Perfect for turning air into power, our vacuum pumps and compressors are built to withstand the high demands of working on construction sites.
Low pressure and vacuum solutions are perfect for transferring powders, granules, flakes, and other small, dry, low bulk density products.
Compressors are used to build up pressure to supply air for the aeration of waste water, blast air for printing, wine presses, drainage system reliners, and other processes.