New Hypro High-Flow Pumps

04/17/2013 @ 2:38pm

Pentair introduces the Hypro 9208 and 9308 Series of high-flow pedestal and hydraulic-driven centrifugal pumps. The new pumps are designed to meet today’s liquid fertilizing and water transfer needs and are engineered for high-volume spraying of corrosive chemicals in hydrostatic and non-hydrostatic drive systems.

To ensure long-lasting performance, each series is equipped with a 316 stainless steel impeller for corrosion resistance and features a Life Guard silicon carbide seal for abrasion and run-dry prevention. In addition, the pump models within each of the two new series include five-inch, 150-pound ANSI flanged inlets along with four-inch, 150-pound ANSI flanged outlets that ensure longevity and reliability.

“The new Hypro 9208 and 9308 are strategically designed with heavy-duty features for durable operation and powerful performance,” says Jared Krueger with Pentair.

The 9208 pedestal models are equipped with a solid 416 stainless steel shaft for corrosion resistance. To allow direct coupling to electric motors, they include a shaft diameter of 1.63 inches.

The 9208 Series centrifugal pumps include a two-piece shaft design with a 416 stainless steel wet end and hardened 8620 drive end for extended life. Designed with an integrated hydraulic motor design, the 9308 reduces installation space requirement for high volume spraying on ag equipment.

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