impeller vane

impeller vane

Any one of the vanes on the impeller of a centrifugal compressor, serving to take in air and accelerate it radially outward. Also called an impeller blade. See impeller (ii).
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As pressure increases in the system, the bubbles collapse along the impeller vane and the water pump cover with such force that they begin to erode the soft metal.
Among the many types of pumps the firm offers, its W series of centrifugal pumps features an innovative auger feed and impeller vane design.
Operating a pump below or above BEP parameters can produce a number of problems ranging from premature bearing, packing, or gland failure to accelerated wear on impeller vane edges.
Any vapor bubbles formed by the pressure drop are swept along the impeller vanes by the flow of the fluid.
Case in point, as illustrated by process equipment supplier Weir Minerals: Centrifugal pump impeller vanes are designed to meet the incoming flow and accelerate the fluid.
This tooth helps break up stringy materials such as rags, scrapes them off the impeller vanes and passes them through the pump - all without impacting performance or interrupting service.
Tenders are invited for AMC-Annual contract for cleaning, removal of ash deposits and weld repairing of Impeller vanes of ID fan in unit 2 at CSTPS, Chandrapur.
Because of the interest of a broad based efficiency range for varying building loads, the effect that the number of impeller vanes and their orientation has on off-design conditions (Johnson 2006) was a pump hydraulic characteristic that was considered during the hydraulic design phase.
Smoother inlet flow and uniform velocities within the impeller vanes significantly lowers the net positive suction head (NPSH) characteristics, extends inlet and associated throatbush wear life, and improves overall performance.
The removable basket strainer catches any foreign material which might clog the impeller or cause damage to the impeller vanes or pump seals.
The semi-open, self-cleaning design keeps the leading edges of the impeller vanes unobstructed, where fouling often sets the stage for clogging.