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312 gpm, 140 psi. Max Hydraulic 17 gpm. For Open/Closed Systems.

300 Flange inlet x 220 Flange outlet. 

Hypro centrifugal pumps are designed for agricultural and industrial spraying and transfer of a variety of fluids: water, insecticides, herbicides, wettable powders, emulsives, liquid fertilizers, etc

Item#:
007-0093065
Manufacturer Item:
9306C-HM5-3U
Manufacturer:
HYPRO
Min. Order Qty:
1
921.31
Each
Hypro's Series 9303C-HM1C-U can be mounted almost anywhere on the tractor or sprayer. It becomes an integral part of the vehicle's hydraulic system and caution should be taken when selecting these pumps. A single stainless steel shaft links both pump and motor. This promotes smooth performance and less maintenance. The 9303C offers increased flows for today's larger sprayers.
 
  • Max Flow 190 GPM
  • Max pressure 110 PSI
  • Port sizes 1-1/2" inlet, 1-1/4" outlet or 220 Flange x 200 Flange
  • Cast Iron Housing
  • Nylon Impeller
  • Hydraulic ports 1/2" NPT
  • Motor capacities: 7 -20 GPM
  • Centrifugal shaft seals is a Viton/ceramic - this is standard
  • Hydraulic motor seal is a Double-lip Teflon
Item#:
007-0930313
Manufacturer Item:
9303C-HM1C-U
Manufacturer:
HYPRO
Min. Order Qty:
1
729.15
Each
Hypro's Series 9303C-HM4C-U can be mounted almost anywhere on the tractor or sprayer. It becomes an integral part of the vehicle's hydraulic system and caution should be taken when selecting these pumps. A single stainless steel shaft links both pump and motor. This promotes smooth performance and less maintenance. The 9303C offers increased flows for today's larger sprayers.
 
  • Max Flow 190 GPM
  • Max pressure 110 PSI
  • Port sizes 1-1/2" inlet, 1-1/4" outlet or 220 Flange x 200 Flange
  • Cast Iron Housing
  • Nylon Impeller
  • Hydraulic ports 1/2" NPT
  • Motor capacities: 7 -20 GPM
  • Centrifugal shaft seals is a Viton/ceramic - this is standard
  • Hydraulic motor seal is a Double-lip Teflon
Item#:
007-0930346
Manufacturer Item:
9303C-HM4C-U
Manufacturer:
HYPRO
Min. Order Qty:
1
694.26
Each
Hypro's Series 9304C can be mounted almost anywhere on the tractor or sprayer. It becomes an integral part of the vehicle's hydraulic system and caution should be taken when selecting these pumps. A single stainless steel shaft links both pump and motor. This promotes smooth performance and less maintenance. The 9304C offers increased flows for today's larger sprayers.
 
  • Max Flow 190 GPM
  • Max pressure 110 PSI
  • Port sizes 2" inlet, 1-1/2" outlet
  • Cast Iron Housing
  • Nylon Impeller
  • Hydraulic ports 1/2" NPT
  • Motor capacities: 5 -20 GPM
  • Centrifugal shaft seals is a Viton/ceramic - this is standard
  • Hydraulic motor seal is a Double-lip Teflon
Item#:
007-0930451
Manufacturer Item:
9304C-HM5C
Manufacturer:
HYPRO
Min. Order Qty:
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900.75
Each
Hypro's Series 9305C-HM3C can be mounted almost anywhere on the tractor or sprayer. It becomes an integral part of the vehicle's hydraulic system and caution should be taken when selecting these pumps. A single stainless steel shaft links both pump and motor. This promotes smooth performance and less maintenance. The 9305C offers increased flows for today's larger sprayers.
 
  • Max Flow 190 GPM
  • Max pressure 110 PSI
  • Port sizes 2" inlet, 1-1/2" 
  • Cast Iron Housing
  • Nylon Impeller
  • Hydraulic ports 1/2" NPT
  • Motor capacities: 7 -20 GPM
  • Centrifugal shaft seals is a Viton/ceramic - this is standard
  • Hydraulic motor seal is a Double-lip Teflon
Item#:
007-0930551
Manufacturer Item:
9305C-HM3C
Manufacturer:
HYPRO
Min. Order Qty:
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1184.37
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212 gpm, 140 psi. Max Hydraulic 17 gpm. For Open/Closed Systems.

2" NPT inlet, 1-1/2" NPT outlet. 

Hypro centrifugal pumps are designed for agricultural and industrial spraying and transfer of a variety of fluids: water, insecticides, herbicides, wettable powders, emulsives, liquid fertilizers, etc

OEM Replacement for the following Manufacturer's

John Deere
AN206042
AN206253
PM9306SHM5C

Rogator
RG900
RG1100
RG1300

Hagie
691249 
Item#:
007-0930651
Manufacturer Item:
9306C-HM5C
Manufacturer:
HYPRO
Min. Order Qty:
1
818.94
Each
Item#:
465-0498001
Manufacturer Item:
49800
Manufacturer:
ACE Pump
Min. Order Qty:
1
708.98
Each
Item#:
465-0498511
Manufacturer Item:
49980
Min. Order Qty:
1
889.26
Each
Item#:
465-0498591
Manufacturer Item:
49859
Manufacturer:
ACE Pump
Min. Order Qty:
1
856.19
Each
Item#:
465-0499421
Manufacturer Item:
49942
Manufacturer:
ACE Pump
Min. Order Qty:
1
760.06
Each
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Fertilizer Dealer Supply has an excellent selection of agricultural pumps and sprayers. We know you can’t afford downtime, so our goal is to ship the day you call. If you’re looking for an agricultural spray pump, we’re your best choice by far. Here’s a little information on selecting the right pump.

Sprayer pumps can be divided into two categories: Positive Displacement Pumps and Non-Positive Displacement Pumps.

Positive Displacement Pumps
These include Roller, Diaphragm and Piston pumps. They are self-priming and traditionally operate at high pressures. Flow from these pumps is directly proportional to the pump speed, which is why they require a relief valve and bypass line between the pump outlet and the nozzle shut-off valve.
  • Roller pumps: This is the most popular pump with farmers world-wide. The seal and roller materials should be selected based on their compatibilities with the pesticides.
  • Diaphragm pumps: These compact pumps are popular for use with abrasive and corrosive pesticides. Their oil-filled piston chambers protect the pump materials.
  • Piston pumps: Similar to car engines, these pumps are relatively low-flow and high-pressure, and suited for use with handguns sprayers. The piston cup materials should be selected based on their compatibilities with the pesticides.
  • Non-Positive Displacement Pumps: These include Turbine (or Transfer) and Centrifugal pumps. They must be primed and traditionally operate at low to medium pressures, although there are models available that can go up to 190 psi. Flow from these durable pumps comes from a rotating impeller that feeds liquid through the lines instead of pumping “per stroke”. Therefore, if the outlet is closed, the impeller spins harmlessly, so a relief valve is not needed.


Determine Pump Drive
When selecting a pump, you must specify the shaft rotation. HyPro suggests two steps for determining the required rotation:
  • Eyes on the End: Face the rotating Power Take-Off (PTO) and determine if it is spinning clockwise (CW) or counter-clockwise (CCW).
  • Opposites Attract: The pump must rotate opposite to the PTO. For example, if the PTO rotates CW, then the pump must rotate CCW and vice versa.


You should also be aware of your tractors’ horse power, and in order to determine the size of pump shaft, you should know the spline dimensions (e.g. 1-3/8″ (6 spline) pto shaft or 1-3/8″ 21-spline pto shaft).

Determine Pressure and Flow Requirements
In order to size the pump, you have to know the sprayer settings, such as intended application rate, average ground speed, agitation requirements, etc. Most can be calculated form the following formulae (provided in US Imperial and Metric):

Calculating Agitation Requirements
  • Liquids:
    Tank Volume (U.S. gal.) x 0.05 = Agitation Requirement (gpm)
    Tank Volume (L) x 0.05 = Agitation Requirement (L/min.)
  • Wettable Powders and Flowables
    Tank Volume (U.S. gal.) x 0.125 = Agitation Requirement (gpm)
    Tank Volume (L) x 0.125 = Agitation Requirement (L/min.)


If the sprayer has a hydraulic agitation system equipped with a jet, it multiplies the agitation output without the need for additional flow. For example, it might have a 1 gpm input flow and boost it to a 10 gpm output. This savings should be accounted for:

Agitation Requirement (gpm) x (Input / Output) = Total Agitation (gpm)
Agitation Requirement (L/min.) x (Input / Output) = Total Agitation (L/min.)
Therefore, if you calculate a 60 gpm requirement for agitation, and have a jet that boosts the output 3:1:
60 gpm x (1 / 3) = 20 (gpm)

Calculating Nozzle Requirements
Once the agitation requirements are accounted for, you have to account for nozzles. The calculations are a little different for each sprayer, but they amount to the same thing – Total flow in U.S. Gallons per minute or Litres per minute. Here is the calculation for a boom sprayer. For an airblast sprayer, assuming you are spraying every row, substitute “Row Spacing” for “Boom width”.

Total Flow Requirement (gpm) = [Output (gpa) x Ground Speed (mph) x Boom width (ft)] / 495
Total Flow Requirement (L/min.) = [Output (L/ha) x Ground Speed (kph) x Boom width (m)] / 600

When the flow requirement for agitation and the flow requirement for the nozzles have been calculated, they are added together. It is important not to under-size the pump, so always factor in an extra 20% to compensate for changes in performance (such as pump wear and slower ground speeds) and restrictions in the plumbing systems that can cause pressure drops between the pump and nozzles, as follows:

Agitation Requirement x Nozzle Requirement x 1.2 = Total Flow Requirement

Finally, be sure to account for any other flow requirements, such as tank rinsing nozzles and hose length/diameter (which causes pressure drops) and have some idea how you want to place the pump relative to the tractor and sprayer. If you prepare all this information, you can quickly and easily discuss your options with the retailer and select the pump that best suits your needs.