WILDEN VS. YAMADA

Wilden® Pro-Flo® SHIFT Metal
vs. Yamada® NDP Series Metal

You be the judge! There are many AODD pumps out there. So before you buy, review the following head-to-head comparison designed to help you find the best pump suited for your application. Wilden® Pro-Flo® SHIFT (PS) bolted pumps outperform Yamada NDP Series pumps across all categories.
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Product Yield

Annual Savings

NOTE: Information based on published data for the 51 mm (2") Pro-Flo SHIFT bolted metal pump vs Yamada NDP Series metal pump for 530 lpm at 0.69 bar (140 gpm at 10 psig)

NOTE: All information gathered and represented is published Yamada performance data found in Yamada NDP Series Manuals. Yamada® Pumps is a registered trademark of the Yamada Corporation.

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  • Parts Count
    • PARTS COUNT

      Parts Count
      Parts Count
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      BENEFITS: Wilden PS pumps have fewer parts than Yamada NDP Series pumps, which means that there is a decreased chance of part failure, decreased downtime and increased savings on parts.

  • Max Flow
    • MAX FLOW

      Max Flow
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      BENEFITS: Wilden PS pumps have a higher flow rate than Yamada NDP Series pumps! PS pumps can pump more product, increasing plant productivity!

  • Efficiency
    • EFFICIENCY
      (Nm3/h/scfm)

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      Efficiency
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      Wilden PS pumps require less air to power the pump – increasing energy savings and plant productivity! NOTE: Air supply pressure varies between pumps to meet gpm requirements.

  • Operating Cost
    • ANNUAL OPERATING COST*
      (USD)

      Savings
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      *Assumptions: Annual Operating Cost (USD) is calculated assuming that the pumps are operating at 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, totaling to 2,080 hours of operation per year at 10 cents per kilowatt hour. Air supply pressure, per published performance curves, averaged between Wilden and Yamada for cost calculation.