impeller

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Something which or someone who impels, usually a part of a pump
The part of the rotating element of a dynamic compressor that imparts energy to the flowing medium by means of centrifugal force It consists of a number of blades mounted so as to rotate with the shaft (060)
Rotating part of the pump that pushes water
Pump component with fanlike blades that spins inside a housing to move liquid
the blade of a rotor (as in the compressor of a jet engine)
An electrically operated propeller that causes water to flow through a pump or filter
{i} rotor, driving pulley (Engineering); person or thing which impels, person or thing which drives forward or onward
The "heart" of the centrifugal spa (and/or pool) pump Rotating vanes create the suction flow of the water into the pump
A circular pump part with canes that rotate to provide centrifugal force for propelling water in the circulation system The impeller spins on the end of the electric motor shaft and is the only moving part of a centrifugal pump Closed , semi-open or open impellers are used Closed impeller: A pump impeller with the vanes contained on both sides and an opening in the center (the eye) Water enters the eye and is centrifugally forced out the end of the closed impeller Semi- open impeller: A pump impeller with the vanes exposed on one side; the open vanes face the volute wall, forming chambers through which the water flows Open impeller: A pump impeller with exposed vanes like a water wheel (Rarely used in pumps manufactured for use in the pool and spa industry)
One who, or that which, impels
The "heart" of the centrifugal pump Rotating veins create the suction flow of the water into the pump Pumps do more pushing than pulling
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1 A device that imparts motion to a fluid; specifically, in a centrifugal compressor, a rotary disk which, faced on one or both sides with radial vanes, accelerates the incoming fluid outward into a diffuser Also called impeller wheel
A rotor housed in the pump assembly of a whirlpool or power-flush toilet
The rotating element of a pump which imparts movement and pressure to a fluid
A device that impels or pushes forward such as the rotor of a centrifugal pump or air compressor
The rotating vanes of a centrifugal pump; its action creates the flow of water The impeller is shaft driven by an electric motor
The rotating member of a pump The part of the pump that moves the water
the blade of a rotor
impel
To urge a person; to press on; to incite to action or motion via intrinsic motivation. (contrast with propel, to compel or drive extrinsically)
impel
To drive forward; to propel an object
impel
to drive or urge forward
impel
urge or force (a person) to an action; constrain or motivate
impel
cause to move forward with force; "Steam propels this ship"
impel
To drive forward; to propel an object, or to urge a person; to press on; to incite to action or motion in any way
impel
When something such as an emotion impels you to do something, it affects you so strongly that you feel forced to do it. the courage and competitiveness which impels him to take risks = force, compel. if something impels you to do something, it makes you feel very strongly that you must do it compel impel sb to do sth (impellere, from pellere )
impel
To drive or urge forward or on; to press on; to incite to action or motion in any way
impel
{f} urge into action, drive, force onward, propel forward, cause to move
impellers
plural of impeller
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