Submersible pump impeller is an element used in submersible pumps that transforms rotational energy into hydrodynamic energy in order to move fluid. The fluid is directed to the pump exit via a revolving part with curved vanes or blades. Depending on the fluid being pumped and the use of the pump, the impeller is often composed of materials like cast iron, stainless steel, or bronze. The fluid is pushed into the submersible pump impeller's blades as it rotates because the centre of the impeller becomes a low-pressure zone. The fluid is pushed towards the impeller's edge as it continues to rotate, and as the impeller's blades create centrifugal force.
Submersible pump impeller rotates inside a submersible pump and aids in the energy transfer from the motor to the fluid being pumped. It is commonly composed of cast iron, stainless steel, or plastic and works by translating the motor's rotational energy into the kinetic energy of the fluid it is intended to flow. Depending on the particular application and the characteristics of the fluid being pumped, the submersible pump impeller's design can change. It is generally used to pump sludge or slurry, which have a higher viscosity than other liquids. This product makes use of the liquid's viscosity to move it through the pump and out of the outlet.