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Impeller Applications
         
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   Mixing       Impellers designed to be used as a mixing device 
   Pumping       Impellers for pumping liquid, solids or gases. 
   Air Movement       Air evacuation or circulation. 
   Chemical       Used for the processing or pumping of chemicals. 
   Compressor / Refrigeration       Impellers designed for use in refrigeration and or compressor equipment. 
   Heat Exchangers / Radiators       Impellers designed for use within or part of heat exchanging equipment. 
   High Viscosity Media       Used for fluids with high resistance to flow. 
   Propulsion       Impellers designed to propel equipment or crafts.  
   Water / Wastewater       Impellers designed for use in water or wastewater. 
   Other       Other unlisted application. 
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Impeller Specifications / Features
   Number Of Blades / Vanes       Quantity of blades or vanes on the impeller. 
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   Outside Diameter       Outer most diameter of the impeller. 
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   Bore Size       Size of the mounting hole in the impeller. 
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   Adjustable Pitch       Angle of the blades may be adjusted.  Apply only to mixing impellers. 
   Anti-Static       Made of or coated with a material that is Anti Static for non-sparking applications. 
   Coated / Plated       Impeller is coated or plated with a corrosion resistant material. 
   Corrosion Resistant       Impeller is constructed out of a corrosive resistant material or coated with corrosive resistant material. 
   Custom Fabricated       Designed and fabricated per your input and application. 
   Folding Blades       Blades may be folded for insertion into tanks or containers. 
   Multistage       Assemblies where a number of impellers are used to boost the pumped media to higher pressures than would be achievable with a single impeller. 
   Other       Other unlisted or specialized features. 
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Impeller Types
         
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   Axial Flow Fan Turbine       Impellers that have multiple fins and convey the pumped media in the direction along the revolving axis of the impeller. Axial flow impellers are used at high speeds to promote rapid dispersion and are used at low speeds for keeping solids in suspension.  Used for both mixing and air circulation applications. 
   Axial Flow Pitched Blade       Used for Mixing. Impellers that have one or more paddles.  They convey pumped media in the direction along the revolving axis of the impeller. Axial flow impellers are used at high speeds to promote rapid dispersion and are used at low speeds for keeping solids in suspension. 
   Axial Flow Propeller       Impellers that have 2 to 4 blades and convey the pumped media in the direction along the revolving axis of the impeller. Axial flow impellers are used at high speeds to promote rapid dispersion and are used at low speeds for keeping solids in suspension.  They are typically of one-piece construction. 
   Screw Centrifugal       An Impeller used within a pump used for pumping liquid with solid objects and fibrous materials. The impeller has a single blade, axially extended at the inlet and developed around its axis much like a corkscrew. Linking this to a centrifugal outlet allows pumping with the minimum of agitation and shear 
   Open Radial Vane       An Impeller used within a pump used for pumping liquid or air. Typically seen on smaller pumps and are used to pump liquids with stringy materials within.  These impellers are vanes mounted to hubs.  
   Semi open Radial Vane       An Impeller used within a pump used for pumping liquid or air.  A full shroud is on one side of the vanes.  The shroud increases the structural strength of the impeller 
   Closed Radial Vane       An Impeller used within a pump used for pumping liquid or air.  A full shroud is on both sides of the vanes.  The shrouds increase the structural strength of the impeller. 
   Vortex       An Impeller used within a pump used for pumping liquid.  With a vortex pump, flow through the hydraulic unit is produced not by the actual impeller, but rather by a rotating vortex created by the impeller. Because the pumping action is created by the vortex, particles in the liquid do not come in contact with the impeller itself. 
   Radial Flow Anchor       Used for mixing.  An impeller designed for mixing higher viscosity products. An anchor is normally "U" shaped, and follows the contour of the tank.  Anchor impellers are specifically designed to fit the process.  Anchor impellers are used to sweep the entire peripheral area of a tank - both walls and bottom. 
   Radial Flow Paddle       Used for mixing.  Impellers that convey the media outward to the side of the tank. Larger slow-speed impellers, with two to four blades are known as paddles. Paddles are used at slower speeds often used for large scale mixing of solid/ liquid suspensions. 
   Radial Flow Turbine       Used for mixing.  Turbines are the multi-blade type Impellers that convey the media outward to the side of the tank. Turbines, which come in a variety of types, provide excellent circulation of fluid throughout the mixing vessel. 
   Helical       Used for mixing.  Helical impellers have a blade that act like an auger and a blade that fully sweeps the bottom and sides of the vessel.  Helical impellers provide maximum agitation of the full volume with the least torque and stress.  Provides thorough mixing of highly viscous compounds. 
   Hydrofoil       High efficiency axial flow blade assembly. 
   Mixed Flow       Mixed flow impellers provide mixing in both radial and axial direction.  There is an assortment of configurations under this category.  
   Rotating Coil       Coil (spring) shaped impeller mounted perpendicular to the impeller shaft.  Provides a multi-directional flow pattern resulting in non-splashing action, faster mixing cycle times, reduced motor size and lower power consumption. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary impeller type. 
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Impeller Materials
         
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   Aluminum       A silvery-white, ductile metallic element.  Have good conductive and thermal properties, it is used to form many hard, light, corrosion-resistant alloys. 
   Brass / Bronze       Brass: A yellowish alloy of copper and zinc, sometimes including small amounts of other metals.  Bronze: An alloy of copper, with tin. 
   Cast Iron       A hard, brittle, nonmalleable iron-carbon alloy, cast into shape.  It contains 2 to 4.5 percent carbon, 0.5 to 3 percent silicon, and lesser amounts of sulfur, manganese, and phosphorus. 
   Composite       A material in which two or more distinct, structurally complementary substances, especially metals, ceramics, glasses, and polymers, combine to produce structural or functional properties not present in any individual component. 
   Plastic       Any of various compounds produced by polymerization. Capable of being molded, extruded, cast into various shapes and films, or drawn into filaments. 
   Rubber       Any of numerous synthetic elastic materials of varying chemical composition with properties similar to those of natural rubber. 
   Stainless Steel       Any of a number of steel alloys with at least 10 percent chromium and sometimes containing other elements.  Are resistant to corrosion and rusting. 
   Titanium       A strong, low-density, highly corrosion-resistant metallic element that occurs widely in igneous rocks.  It is used for low weight, strength, and high-temperature stability 
   Other       Other unlisted or specialized material. 
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