Ace Hydraulic Centrifugal Sprayer Pump, FMC-HYD-204

#10706

$775.99 EA

This Hydraulic Centrifugal Sprayer Pump, ACE Model FMC-HYD-204, is an ideal pump for use when spraying your fields. The pump has mounting versatility to suit your desired application. The centrifugal pump requires a minimum of 4 GPM hydraulic input. It has a 1-1/4 inch suction and 1 inch discharge outlet. The pump can produce up to 92 gallons per minute.

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This Ace Hydraulic Centrifugal Sprayer Pump is constructed to be corrosion resistant. This pump is roundup® ready. This FMC-HYD-201 is recommended for use on closed pressure compensating systems, load sensing systems and open center systems up to 13 GPM Using internal need valve input. This Pump allows you to customize the mounting, and the separate hydraulic motor and pump shafts allow for easier maintenance.

The pump is constructed with a high pressure double lip Teflon Motor Seal, a stainless steel shaft and wear ring, a Viton® Carbon Ceramic Mechanical Seal and a chemically resistant Valox® Impeller with stainless steel inserts.

The Sprayer pump has a 1-1/4 inch suction inlet and a 1 inch discharge outlet. The maximum flow rate is 92 GPM. The hydraulic motor requires a minimum of 4 GPM hydraulic input.

Specifications

  • Ace Hydraulic Centrifugal Sprayer Pump
  • Model: FMC-HYD-204
  • Suction: 1-1/4 Inches
  • Discharge: 1 Inch
  • Viton® Carbon Ceramic Seals
  • Stainless Steel Shaft And Wear Ring
  • Chemically Resistant Valox® Impellers
  • Maximum GPM: 92
  • Maximum Shut-Off Pressure: 100 PSI
  • Requires 4 GPM Hydraulic Input
  • Roundup® Ready
  • Use ASC #16830 For Inlet
  • Use ASC #16851 For Outlet

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Customer Reviews

5 Stars only type of pump to use

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Marvin Knebel from IA wrote (December 17, 2018):

When farmers in Iowa went away from solid seeded, weed suppressing crops of oats and hay in the 1960's,everything became almost completely herbicide dependent. Many herbicides had 3 different recommended rates, depending on soil type. It's a crying shame that suppliers who sold herbicides didn't have the knowledge or interest to tell farmers how to apply the proper rate. The only way to adjust rates on-the-go was to vary engine speed. At engine speeds of 1000, 1500 or 2000rpm, the pressure stays the same with the Ace Hydraulic Centrifugal Sprayer pump but the applied rate of herbicide varies in direct proportion to increase or decrease of ground speed. So by adjusting engine rpm in traveling over varying organic matter you can put on the proper rate. You people should team up with herbicide companies because the booklets on the package or container doesn't tell farmers HOW to vary those rates. Your type of sprayers are CRUCIAL to properly apply their products!