Busch LLC

Dr. Karl Busch designed the first Busch vacuum pump in 1963 for the meat packaging industry. From that beginning, Busch LLC has grown to become a worldwide leader in vacuum technology with four manufacturing plants and 30 companies worldwide. The U.S. facility, established in 1975 in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is headquarters for engineering, manufacturing, sales, service, and warehousing. Busch LLC designs and manufactures rotary vane, dry claw, dry screw, liquid ring and once through sealant vacuum pumps as well as vacuum boosters.

Featured products
Picture of COBRA Dry Screw Vacuum Pumps
COBRA dry screw vacuum pumps are designed for process applications in the chemical, pharmaceutical, petroleum, solar and semiconductor markets.


Picture of Dolphin Liquid Ring
The Busch Dolphin liquid ring vacuum pump is designed for a wide range of industries and is able to pump gases, vapors and handle entrained liquids. Single and two-stage designs are available with a wide selection of materials of construction.


Picture of Merlin Pressure/Vacuum Pumps
The Merlin is a rotary, non-contacting, claw-type, combination pump that provides both pressure and vacuum with independent, completely oil-free pumping chambers.


Picture of Mink Pressure or Vacuum Pumps
The Busch Mink is a dry-running, non-contacting, rotary claw, positive displacement, dry pump designed for either pressure or vacuum applications.


Picture of Panda Rotary Lobe Vacuum Booster
The Busch Panda rotary lobe vacuum booster is an air-cooled, positive-displacement vacuum booster.


Picture of R 5 Series Vacuum Pumps
Modular designed Busch R 5 oil sealed rotary vane vacuum pumps are single stage, air-cooled, and direct driven.


Picture of Samos
Busch Samos regenerative blowers are designed for either vacuum or pressure operation.


Picture of Seco Dry Vane Vacuum Pumps
The Busch Seco vacuum pumps are oil-free pumps which require no routine maintenance due to sealed-for-life bearings and self-lubricating carbon composite vanes.