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impellers selection guide
Feb 22, 2017

Basic theoretical impeller design, showing the eye (shaft), vane assembly, and flow direction.

Impellers are typically found in — and are integral components of — pumps, agitation tanks, washing machines, and other devices requiring fluids or gases to move in a specific direction. The image below shows the position and function of an Impeller in an impeller pump. In this example, fluid enters through the orifice on the right and is moved through the pump using a combination of suction and pressure until the fluid is moved through the output orifice on the left. Note that this particular impeller is designed to rotate clockwise unlike the one in the image above; this rotation coupled with the design of the vanes causes the pump impeller to move fluid in a roughly clockwise direction.


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