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Peristaltic Pumpout Systems

WHY CHOOSE A JT SERIES PUMP?

Peristaltic Pumps The JT Series pumps are among the quietest line of pumps with an unsurpassed ability to pump up to 400 GPM and the ability to operate safely in dry runs.

Choose the perfect JT SERIES PUMP for any size application. Whether your pumping out a small boat, yacht, cruise ship, large marina, or operating a municipal water treatment plant or simply need to move large volumes of fluids, FAR Products, Inc. has the right size JT Series Pump for you. A JT Series Pump can be customized to fit your particular application or need. Far Products is known throughout the pump industry for their superior manufacturing and customized solutions. The next time you need a heavy duty pump, choose FAR Products, Inc. JT Series Pumps.

Technical Specifications

Model Capacity 1 Capacity 2
JT 250 10 GPM @ 1 1/2 HP 12 GPM @ 2 HP
JT 350 15 GPM @ 1 1/2 HP 25 GPM @ 3 HP
JT 400 22 GPM @ 2 HP 40 GPM @ 4 HP
JT 500 45 GPM @ 5 HP 70 GPM @ 7 1/2 HP
JT 650 100 GPM @ 10 HP 140 GPM @ 15 HP
JT 800 140 GPM @ 15 HP 170 GPM @ 20 HP
JT 1000 160 GPM @ 15 HP 250 GPM @ 25 HP
JT 3500 300 GPM @ 30 HP 400 GPM @ 40 HP

More About Peristaltic Pumps

Peristaltic pumps use rotating rollers pressed against special flexible tubing to create a pressurized flow. The tube is compressed at a number of points in contact with the rollers or shoes. The media is moved through the tube with each rotating motion. The individual components of peristaltic pumps include a pump head, drive, and tubing. Peristaltic pumps are also referred to as flexible member pumps, flexible tube pumps, dispensing pumps, or dosing pumps.

The advantages of peristaltic pumps are that the components of the pump may be chosen when the integrity of the media is a requirement of the application since the fluid type does not contact any internal parts. Seals and valves are not needed as in other pumps. Many peristaltic pumps come with wash down capabilities and/or IP54 or IP55 ratings.

Peristaltic pumps are also reversible and can be flushed to clean out the tubing or hose. Peristaltic pumps are used in pharmaceutical, chemical, and food and beverage applications.

Based upon the customerís requirements, the tubing or hose and pump head configuration can be chosen. The pump head in peristaltic pumps can have a specified number of rollers. The tubing material and length can often be specified.

The tubing in peristaltic pumps is often replaceable or disposable. Some manufacturers will give standard choices of materials for tubing or hose including Autoprene, Silicon, and other polymer materials. Silicone rubber is often used in laboratory applications when abrasive and caustic fluids or gases are used. The inner diameter of the tubing is a consideration when working with highly viscous fluids since it will directly affect the flow rate.

When choosing between peristaltic pumps, flow rate is proportional to the rotation of the rollers. This is mainly dependent upon the drive chosen for the peristaltic pump. The drive may be an integral part of the system or can be chosen based upon the flow rate requirements. Portable peristaltic pumps may be battery operated or hand operated. Other drive options may not necessarily be included with peristaltic pumps including variable speed, heavy duty, and hazardous duty drives.

Peristaltic pumps use rotating rollers that press against special flexible tubing to create a pressurized flow. Peristaltic pump tubing is compressed at a number of points in contact with the rollers or shoes. The media is moved through the tube with each rotating motion. The individual components of peristaltic pumps include a pump head, drive, and tubing (or peristaltic pump hose). Peristaltic pumps are also referred to as flexible member pumps, flexible tube pumps, dispensing pumps, or dosing pumps. The design of peristaltic pumps delivers several advantages, including low risk of media contamination, simple and cost-effective operation, low maintenance, self-priming, and gentle pumping action, as well as the ability to pump liquid, gas, mixed-phase and viscous fluids. One of the chief advantages of peristaltic pumps is that the working fluid does not contact any internal parts. Seals and valves are not needed as in other pumps. Many peristaltic pumps come with wash down capabilities and/or IP54 or IP55 ratings.

Peristaltic pumps are also reversible and can be flushed to clean out the tubing or hose. Peristaltic pumps are used in pharmaceutical, chemical, and food and beverage applications. These are typically peristaltic metering pumps or beverage peristaltic pumps. Because of their non-contamination and gentle action, peristaltic pumps also have a number of medical applications, including adding nutrients to blood, pushing blood through filters to clean it, or moving blood through the body and lungs during open heart surgery.

Based upon the customerís requirements, the tubing or hose and pump head configuration can be chosen. The pump head in peristaltic pumps can have a specified number of rollers. The tubing material and length can often be specified. The tubing in peristaltic pumps is often replaceable or disposable. Some peristaltic pump manufacturers will give standard choices of materials for tubing or hose including Autoprene, Silicon, and other polymer materials. Silicone rubber is often used in laboratory applications when abrasive and caustic fluids or gases are used. The inner diameter of the peristaltic pump tubing is a consideration when working with highly viscous fluids since it will directly affect the flow rate.

When choosing between peristaltic pumps, flow rate is proportional to the rotation of the rollers. This is mainly dependent upon the drive chosen for the peristaltic pump. The drive may be an integral part of the system or can be chosen based upon the flow rate requirements. Portable peristaltic pumps may be battery operated or hand operated. Other drive options may not necessarily be included with peristaltic pumps including variable speed, heavy duty, and hazardous duty drives.