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Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems acquires NSB Gas Processing

By Chemical Engineering |

The Swiss-based engineering company NSB Gas Processing is now part of the global Busch group. According to a press release from Busch LLC, the NSB Gas Processing business has been renamed Busch NSB AG and brings a highly regarded team of engineers and a portfolio of liquid ring vacuum pumps, compressors and systems to the Busch group. NSB dates back to 1844 and provides liquid ring vacuum pumps, compressors, and vacuum and compressor systems for industry. With the acquisition of NSB, the Busch group will now offer these solutions to the the oil-and-gas industries and the chemical and pharmaceutical sectors. The company states that one of the strengths of the Busch NSB product portfolio is in flare gas recovery, which can offer the advantages of more-efficient use of scarce resources and a reduced environmental footprint.
For more information, see the company website at www.buschusa.com

 

 

 

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