How do Submersible pumps work ?


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How do Submersible pumps work ?



Recently submersible pumps have gained good market shares in both the industrial and domestic sectors, due to their high versatility and reliability. They need no priming, they are not prone to the issue of cavitation, and are very efficient. Let’s explore the details of submersible pumps in this video.

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  1. Hi one thing i noticed was the direction of the impeller vanes and diffuser vanes are not aligned… As per the direction of the shaft, impeller vanes are correct. But the diffuser vanes should be curved in the opposite direction. Just for bringing to notice.. Btw, great video and presentation…

  2. Large multistage submersible pumps use the fluid being pumped as the coolant by having the inlet at the bottom of the assembly, and then passing the pumped fluid around the motor jacket. The motor may be located either below or above the impeller section, but is most frequently located below it..