It's now more simple than ever to calculate your piston pump and squeeze tube pump application flow rates and other parameters with the CDS-John Blue Pump Flow Rate Calculator. Enter your information and let the Calculator do the work for you. Print it out and have it for future reference. The Calculator now features calculations in both standard and metric units.
If this is your first time using the calculator, please review the instructions below
Online Instructions - Offline Instructions
Your Results: Estimated Pump Setting and Application Parameters
- Complete all necessary input form fields. Select either "Piston Pump" or "Squeeze Tube Pump". From the pull-down menu, select your CDS-John Blue Pump Model. Select whether you work in "English" or "Metric" units of measurement. If prompted, enter your "Application Rate". Select whether your system utilizes a "Ground Drive" or a "Press/Rub Wheel". Enter your "Loaded Radius". If prompted, enter your "Swath Width". If prompted, enter your "Row Space". Enter the number of teeth for your "Drive and Driven Sprockets" (use multiple rows if necessary). Enter your "Ground Speed".
- Click the gray button that says, "Click Here To Get Your Pump Settings".
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page to view your CDS-John Blue pump settings.
- NOTICE: If after viewing your calculated pump settings, you decide to change any of the input form fields, be sure to resubmit your changes by clicking the gray "Click Here To Get Your Pump Settings" button once again. Failing to do so will result in improper pump settings.
Offline Instructions: (for use when an Internet connection is not available)
- Go to www.cds-johnblue.com while you have an internet connection prior to entering the field.
- Click on "Flow Rate Calculator" icon
- Use your web browser to save the Flow Rate Calculator web page locally on your computer. On most browsers, a save command can be found under the "File" pull-down menu at the top of the browser window. Click on "File : Save As". Some browsers may not offer a pull-down menu. In that case, there should be an icon that allows you to save the calculator web page locally on your computer. Select the pull-down menu under "Save As Type" and select "Webpage, complete (*.htm,*.html)". Select the "Save In" pull-down menu and browse to a location on your hard-drive to save the file. Click the "Save" button and the web page download is complete.
NOTICE: It is recommended that you save the calculator web page to your desktop. This will create and display an icon for quick future access.
- Double-click the desktop icon you just created (or the file if saved in a folder instead of the desktop) to access the calculator. While the calculator will function normally while offline, other web pages will not be available until you establish an Internet connection. Also, you may transfer the calculator web page to other computers via network, email, disk, etc.