NEW RF- Series 538 Triplex Pumps

April 3, 2024

Introducing the new 538 Series, RF Pump: A Leap Forward in Pump Technology Engineered for Excellence

Today, we are thrilled to unveil our latest creation: the RF Pumps Models in the 538 family Series. This cutting-edge addition to our pump range is poised to continue to redefine industry standards.

Powerful Performance

The RF Pump Range operates at an impressive 5800 PSI (400 bar), delivering capacities ranging from 5.8 to 10.3 GPM at 1450 rpm. As the pioneering model of its series, it heralds a new wave of future developments in pump technology.

Strategically designed as an intermediary between our XW and RTX models, the RF features lateral flanges compatible with RTX, allowing it to support all flanges from the 366 series. This positions it as a versatile and adaptable solution within our product line.

But what truly sets the RF apart? Let’s delve into its remarkable features:

  1. Durability and Precision: The RF boasts a die-cast, anodized aluminum body and rear cover, ensuring longevity and robustness. Its side cover features an oil level indicator, and there’s an oil outlet on the rear for easy maintenance.
  2. Performance Components: Tapered roller bearings, bronze rods, and a brass (or optional nickel-plated brass) pump head contribute to its exceptional performance. Not to mention the ceramic pistons that enhance efficiency and reliability.
  3. Versatility Unleashed: Tailored for a broad spectrum of applications, the RF series excels in industrial cleaning, production plants, street sweepers, misting systems, and various agricultural tasks.

Ready to revolutionize your productivity? Contact us today and experience the reliable, high-performance capabilities of the New RF, 538 Series Pumps.

** Pumps not yet available in the USA.***


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