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Dynaflo

Dynaflo

Dynaflo transfer pumps are ideal for pumping clean non-volatile liquids without fibres or solids in such applications as, hosing down - dairies, factory floors etc. water supply, water transfer, tank filling, sprinkler supply and garden reticulation.

Dynapond Pumps

Dynapond Pumps

Open impeller, centrifugal pump with adjustable strainer means the pump can pass small soft solids in the water without blockage, can be operated vertically or horizontally so they are easy to install and conceal. The suction strainer is easy to remove for cleaning to provide easy maintenance and efficient operation. They are made from corrosion resistant materials for a long service life and operate with no oil in motor or seal means they are safe for fish ponds.

Open Impeller

Open Impeller

Dynaprime X201 - Economical, compact single stage open impeller, self priming centrifugal pump driven by a TEFC motor. Designed for total head duties to 18m and flows to 195lpm. Suitable for pumping clean or grey water with some small fibres or soft solids in such applications as: Water supply, Water transfer, Septic tank empying, Draining of water tanks.

XF Series

XF Series

 XF transfer pumps are ideal for pumping clean non-volatile liquids without fibres or solids in such applications as: irrigation, aquaculture, water transfer, washing systems and hydroponics.

XF Special Purpose

XF Special Purpose

XF transfer pumps are ideal for pumping slightly aggressive, non-volatile liquids without fibres or solids in such applications as:
Sea water, Aquaculture, Mild acid solutions, Washing systems, Hydroponics, Deslainated water

The XF171D is designed to suit Dog Spas
The XF-S models are fitted with on carbide seals and Thermotection®

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