Grundfos Booster Pump Pushes Irrigation Further

Grundfos Booster Pump Pushes Irrigation Further

New Grundfos EB rated at 2- or 5-horsepower and can be mounted vertically or horizontally.

Reaching further into the field with irrigation water is the sole purpose of Grundfos's new EB end gun booster pump.

The EB is designed for center-pivot sprinklers and will be available in 2- or 5-horsepower ratings. The new pump is powered by a TEFC Wash Down Duty motor that is protected from the elements and features replaceable bearings for a long life.

The EB has a 2.5-inch suction and a 2-inch discharge to meet or exceed industry standards for hydraulic performance. Also, the design provides for an impeller wear ring standard to reduce failures to start, and can be serviced easily with a back pull-out design.

A two-year warranty covers the pump and motor -- both Grundfos products.

Add some kick to your center pivot rig's end gun performance with this new booster pump from Grundfos.

You can see the EB at Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island, Neb., September 11-13.

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