WILDEN Pro-Flo® VS. FINISH THOMPSON

Wilden® Pro-Flo® Metal vs. Finish Thompson FTI Air 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® (P) bolted pumps outperform Finish Thompson FTI Air.
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NOTE: Information based on published data for the 51 mm (2”) Pro-Flo bolted metal pump vs Finish Thompson FTI Air metal pump for 189 lpm at 4.14 bar (50 gpm at 60 psig)

NOTE: All information gathered and represented is published FTI AIR data found in FTI AIR FT15, FT20 and FT30 manuals. FTI Air is a division of Finish Thompson, Inc.

 

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Parts Count

 PARTS COUNT

Fewer Parts

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BENEFITS: Wilden P pumps have fewer parts than Finish Thompson FTI Air pumps, which means that there is a decreased chance of part failure, decreased downtime and increased savings on parts.

Max Flow

MAX FLOW

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Efficiency

EFFICIENCY
(Nm3/h/scfm)

Efficiencey

Efficiency

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BENEFITS: Wilden P 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 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. Air supply pressure, per published performance curves, averaged between Wilden and Finish Thompson for cost calculation.