Centrifugal pumps work by using the centrifugal force o […]
Centrifugal pumps work by using the centrifugal force of the impeller to rotate the water. Before starting the centrifugal pump, the pump casing and the suction pipe must be filled with water, and then the motor is started, so that the pump shaft drives the impeller and water to perform high-speed rotation movement. Under the action of centrifugal force, the water is smashed to the outer edge of the impeller, and the vortex pump is passed. The flow path of the shell flows into the pressurized water line of the water pump. At the center of the pump impeller, since the water is pumped out under the action of centrifugal force to form a vacuum, the water in the suction pool is pressed into the pump casing under the action of atmospheric pressure, and the impeller is rotated continuously to make the water in the impeller. Under the action of continuous inflow and outflow, the purpose of conveying water is achieved.