The MP series are high-capacity diaphragm pumps delivering high flow and pressure. The pumps are reliable and easy to maintain.
The pumps are often used on bigger harvesters, but is also utilized in aquacultural industries or for adding additives in mixing wagons.
The MP series operate with a pressure of up to 3,5 bar in order to handle the lifting height needed on larger machinery.
The MP series are capable of delivering up to 17 liters per minute.
Technical specifications for our MP pumps.
MP12 is a diaphragm pump delivering up to 12 liters per minute. MP12 is suitable for use on round balers and loading wagons.
MP17 is a diaphragm pump delivering up to 17 liters per minute. MP17 is suitable for use on equipment demanding high capacity and flow like self-propelled harvesters.
Download user manual for MP12 in PDF format.
Download user manual for MP17 in PDF format.
Download brochure for our ensiling pumps in PDF format.
Find capacity for different numbers and types of nozzles for use with MP series.
Have a look at available accessories for the MP series.
Choosing the right nozzles is essential for achieving desired spray and capacity. Have a look in our nozzle chart to find the correct nozzles.
Standard spray solution with two nozzles mounted on flexible hoses, for easy and custumizable setup.
The spray boom is available in lengths of 60 or 120 cm, with respectively 2 or 5 nozzles. We also deliver a sprinkler boom with holes instead of nozzles in lengths of 50 or 100 cm.
The magnetic limits spilling of acid if the outlet is placed below the tank. A certain pressure is required to open the valve, and is configurable with one or two magnets to adjust the opening resistance.
Mechanical switch that control the pump when the pickup is lowered or raised.
Quick releases on the hose makes connecting and disconnecting very easy.
Maintain your pump regularily to ensure optimal function.
Check hoses and gaskets for breakage and leaks on a regular basis. Replace worn components if needed.
Check filter and nozzles for foreign objects that may limit functionality of the pump.