Flowserve Releases New Self-priming Diaphragm Pump for the Agricultural Market


Flowserve Corporation announced the release of its new self-priming, diaphragm Flowserve Scienco CT6 pump.

Engineered for use with chemical mixing and dispensing from mini-bulk tanks, drums and intermediate bulk containers (IBCs), the pump s six-chamber diaphragm design provides users a higher flow rate than existing products in the market and features wetted parts compatible with a wide range of agricultural chemicals.

"Across all our served industries, customers expect a premier product from Flowserve. For the agricultural industry, the CT6 pump clearly meets this expectation," said Bob Hendricks, President, Industrial Pump Operations. "The design of the CT6 is simplistic and user-friendly. And, with its high level of performance and reliability, it is an ideal transfer pump for today s larger application equipment."

The CT6 can pump up to 68 liters per minute (18 gallons per minute) and is used primarily to dispense fluids from bulk or mini-bulk tanks, intermediate bulk containers, drums and other similar applications. It can be configured with a variety of flow meters, hoses, brackets, dip tubes, fittings and valves to provide a complete pumping system. Other features of the CT6 pump include:

  • Standard duty, up to 49 lpm (13gpm) and High Flow option, up to 68 lpm (18gpm)
  • Fully configurable with various mounting options to provide a pumping system solution to match the customer s application
  • Patent-pending feature for recirculation agitates the tank contents to a homogeneous distribution allowing each batch to be dispensed with the same potency

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