Becker’s screw vacuum pumps, designed for rough vacuum, and screw compressors are dry positive displacement pumps. They have two counter-rotating rotors and a housing that encloses the rotors. Thanks to the direct drive via an integrated frequency inverter, a drive gear is no longer required.
The rotors are designed with a regular, thread-shaped profile and mesh with each other like cogwheels. When the rotors rotate, they move out in a machine direction and convey the medium from the suction side (inlet) to the pressure side (outlet). They rotate in opposite directions without touching one another or the housing.
The working chamber of the machines is 100% oil-free, making them relatively maintenance free. The integrated speed control enables energy-optimised operation of the devices. Becker drives continuously adjust the volume flow to the demand. It‘s high efficiency results into low energy consumption.
Markets and applications
Our screw vacuum pumps and compressors are the ideal solution for many industrial applications. Their direct drive, oil free compression chamber makes for a robust, long lasting dry rotary screw pump. Click on your market or application below to learn how Becker’s screw pumps 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.
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.