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Delavan pumps ideal for ag spraying equipment

Delavan Ag Pumps, Inc. introduces PowerFLO 7800 Series 12 volt DC motor-driven diaphragm pumps.

Available in two, three or five chamber configurations, these self-priming pumps can run dry without damage and offer flow output from 0.40 gpm (1.5 lpm) to 5.3 gpm (20.1 lpm) at pressures to 100 psi. They can handle fluid temperature to 140 degrees F (60 degrees C), and are an ideal pumping solution for agricultural spraying equipment and fluid transfer applications.

The PowerFLO 7800 Series offers maximum torque and operating efficiency with higher operating pressure and lower amperage than comparable pumps.

They are constructed of high-quality components for long-life and trouble-free operation, and new brackets provide mounting flexibility.

Agricultural fluids can corrode most general purpose pumps in a short period of time. Delavan agricultural pumps come standard with Viton seals, for long-life and reliable operation.

For more information contact: Delavan Ag Pumps, Inc., 1228 Chestnut Ave, Minneapolis, Minn., 55403; 1-866-335-2826; (612) 333-3189; fax: (612) 333-3231;;

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