Wilden PS HS with Pure-Fuse vs. Murzan

Wilden® Pro-Flo® SHIFT Saniflo™ Hygienic Series with Pure-Fuse Diaphragm vs. Murzan

Murzan publishes minimal data regarding the performance of their pumps. Because of this, Wilden® conducted a head-to-head test in its test lab, which is setup in accordance to the Hydraulic Institute’s testing standards. The test pitted Murzan’s 76 mm (3”) pump against the Wilden 76 mm (3”) Pro-Flo® SHIFT Saniflo™ Hygienic Series (HS) Pump with Pure-Fuse Diaphragms. Murzan and Wilden were tested under identical application conditions. At all data points – from an air inlet of (40 psig with 0 psig discharge) to an air inlet of (120 psig with 90 psig discharge) – the Wilden HS pump outperforms Murzan’s pump both in product yield and air consumption.
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NOTE: Information based on published data for the 76 mm (3") Pro-Flo SHIFT Saniflo Hygienic Series (HS) pump vs. Murzan for 5.52 bar air inlet at 0.69 bar discharge pressure (80 psig air inlet at 10 psig discharge pressure)

CLEANABILITY CHALLENGE:

The unique design of Wilden Saniflo HS pumps incorporates a free-draining flow path that optimizes performance and enables clean-in-place (CIP) capability while allowing the pump to meet all 3A requirements. It is by design that the HS pump does not have any catch areas for product to remain inside the pump. Catch areas can create potential bacteria growth, contaminating the product.
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Max Flow

MAX FLOW

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BENEFITS: Wilden PS Saniflo HS pumps have a higher flow rate than Murzan pumps! PS Saniflo HS pumps can pump more product, increasing plant productivity!

Efficiency

EFFICIENCY
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Efficiency

Efficiency

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BENEFITS: Wilden PS Saniflo HS pumps increase product yield while requiring less air to power the pump – increasing energy savings and plant productivity!

Operating Costs

ANNUAL OPERATING COST* (USD)

Savings

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.