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Flojet’s New VersiJet Pumps Offer Unmatched Pressure and Flow

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Flojet’s New VersiJet Pumps Offer Unmatched Pressure and Flow

Flojet® (www.flojet.com), a leading manufacturer of small motor driven and air-operated pumps for beverage and industrial applications, announces the new Flojet VersiJet™ series high capacity pumps with applications extending throughout the industrial, agricultural, and automotive industries. “These pumps include Flojet’s diaphragm pump technology backed by over 35 years of operational excellence,” said Jay Naval, Product Manager at ITT Corporation. “With pressures up to 70 psi (4.8 bar), self-priming capabilities up to 10 feet (wetted), and heavier duty brushes, the Flojet VersiJet pumps are designed to be the most reliable and versatile pumps on the market today.”

The VersiJet pumps are engineered and constructed with the latest co-injection mold diaphragm technology, providing dependable run dry capabilities and extending the life of the pump. Flojet’s patented co-injected molded diaphragm and larger heavier duty motor brushes significantly extend pump life up to 50% longer than existing Flojet Quad Series diaphragm pumps. Also, the ITT Flojet unique five chamber design allows these pumps to operate at exceptional flow rates and pressures.

The initial release of VersiJet pumps will be available in 12 and 24V DC with Santoprene®/EPDM check valves. Future releases will include 115 and 230 VAC models, as well as offering Santoprene®/Viton® check valves, making them capable of handling the most harsh and abrasive chemicals without corrosion. These pumps are the ideal solution for agriculture misting and boom spraying to reach tree tops, chemical washdown, filtration, cooling, dispensing, pressure boosting, and automotive diesel exhaust fluid transfer.

Offered in three models—4 GPM, 5 GPM, and 6 GPM—the Flojet VersiJet series is available now. Contact your local retailer or dealer for more information, or visit us online at www.flojet.com.

ITT Flow Control
With an innovative history spanning more than 70 years, ITT Flow Control is a leading producer of pumps, valves, membranes, and related products for the marine, beverage, general industrial, and developing region markets. The flow control business portfolio includes the brands Alcon, Flojet, Jabsco, Midland-ACS, Rule, and PCI. For more information on ITT Flow Control and an archive of its press releases, please visit www.ittflowcontrol.com.

ITT Corporation
ITT Corporation is a high-technology engineering and manufacturing company operating on all seven continents in three vital markets: water and fluids management, global defense and security, and motion and flow control. With a heritage of innovation, ITT partners with its customers to deliver extraordinary solutions that create more livable environments, provide protection and safety and connect our world. Headquartered in White Plains, N.Y., the company reported 2010 revenue of $11 billion.www.itt.com.

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