A centrifugal pump is a pump that delivers liquid by centrifugal force generated when the impeller rotates.
Structural Features of Centrifugal Pumps:
In a volute-shaped pump casing, an impeller that can rotate rapidly is installed, and there are 2 to 8 blades on the impeller. There are two interfaces on the pump casing. The inlet to the center of the impeller is the inlet, which is connected with the suction pipeline. The tangential line of the pump casing is the outlet and is connected to the discharge pipeline. The main working part of the centrifugal pump is the impeller. Followed by the suction chamber, the pump body (pump), the pump cover, the shaft seal device, the axial force balance device, the bearing, the coupling, the bracket, the extrusion chamber, and the like. When the impeller rotates, the liquid can continuously suck from the suction port, discharge from the discharge port, and cause the liquid to generate pressure and discharge it to a high place.