Delavan™ RollerPRO™ 7 Roller Pump

#22373

$127.99 EA

The Delavan ™ RollerPRO ™ 7 Roller Pump 7900C features a cast iron body and a side port. With 7 rollers, this pump is can be used for agricultural and commercial treatment, including the transfer and spraying of water and other liquids. Its maximum flow rate is 22.5 GPM with a maximum speed of 850 RPM.

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This economical 7 roller Delavan ™ RollerPRO ™ 7900C Roller Pump is optimal for farm, commercial, and industrial uses. Featuring 7 3/4 in. ultra rollers, this Delavan ™ pump is excellent for transferring and spraying fluids, including herbicides, pesticides, water, and other fluids.

With a sturdy cast iron body and a 1 in. female NPT side port, this industrial pump works via a PTO shaft, an electric motor, or a gas engine. When powered, the fluid will enter the intake area at a constant rate, then the shaft and rotors will pump the liquid out through the outlet area.

The 7900C roller pump has solid shaft that measures 15/16 in. and rotates in a counter-clockwise direction. These agricultural water pumps have a maximum flow of 22.5 GPM and a maximum operation speed of 850 RPM. The maximum fluid temperature is 140 ° F. It only takes a wrench to install, with no plumbing disassembly required.

Specifications

  • Delavan ™ RollerPRO ™ 7900C
  • 7 roller pump
  • Cast iron
  • Maximum flow rate: 22.5 GPM
  • Maximum speed rate: 850 RPM
  • 15/16 in. solid shaft
  • Port size: 1 in. female NPT
  • Base mounted: 3/8-18 UNC-2B (2 holes)
  • Weight: 14 lbs.
  • Viton ® catridge lip seals and seal ring
  • Permanently lubricated

  • If this pump does not fit, make sure to take a look at our other roller pumps.

    Delavan 7900C ROLLERPRO 7-ROLLER in Roller Pumps and Sprayers, Pumps, Parts, & Accessories at Agri Supply ®.

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    Customer Reviews

    5 Stars Excellent Pump

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    Scott from NC wrote (June 18, 2014):

    Used this pump for three years on a 300 gallon agricultural sprayer with excellent results- spraying 8-12 rows with up to 16 nozzles, including liquid nitrogen and roundup with no issues at all. Always flushed system with water, removed pump, and lubed up the rollers with a little transmission fluid for storage. Clean trans fluid out by running a little water/detergent through after storage and go again. Seals and bearings have held up so far, even after being exposed to roundup/nitrogen. Can't beat the performance for the price.