Gorman-Rupp offers new ValuPrime pump line for construction dewatering needs
Gorman-Rupp is introducing a new line of cost-effective priming-assisted centrifugal pumps. The ValuPrime is a compact and powerful pump ideally suited for the dewatering needs of the construction, industrial and agricultural markets and was based on the technology of the Prime Aire and Prime Aire Plus models.
Featuring model sizes 4 x 4 inches (100 x 100 mm) and 6 x 6 inches (150 x 150 mm), flows to 1,520 gpm (95.9 lps), total dynamic head to 150 feet (45.7 m) and solids handling capabilities up to 3 inches (76.2 mm), these pumps provide the high level of performance you've come to expect from Gorman-Rupp.
The new VPA Series pump line comes standard with a 34-gallon fuel tank, programmable control panel, EPA-compliant Isuzu Final Tier 4 diesel engine, and a one-year factory warranty. These pumps are ideal for floodwater/storm standby, general jobsite dewatering, river and dam bypass operations, dust control and for water and street department applications.
Current models include VPA4A60C-3CH1 FT4 and VPA6A60C-4LE2T FT4.
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