Impellers are rotating components found in various machines and devices, primarily designed to impart motion or force to a fluid (typically a gas or liquid) by means of their blades or vanes. Impellers are crucial components in many mechanical systems, including pumps, turbines, compressors, and agitators.
Aluminium Impeller Machined from Solid on 5 Axis DMG Machine
Impeller under CMM Inspection
Quality control to ensure accuracy
3-Stage Impeller with Splitter Blade
Machined on 5 Axis DMF 250
Machined from solid Aluminium
2-Stage Twisted Vane Impeller
Machined on a 5 axis Deckel Maho Glidemeister machine, Ø680 mm
Small Impeller with Polygon Bore
Impeller with Integrated Machined Rivets For Shroud
Ø150 mm impeller
Impeller with Top Shroud
An impeller with a top shroud is a specific design configuration used in various fluid-handling applications, particularly in centrifugal pumps and turbines. The “top shroud” refers to a cover or casing structure located above the impeller blades.
The mention of “riveting” in the context of the top shroud may suggest a method of attaching or securing the shroud to the impeller. Riveting is a mechanical fastening technique that involves driving a metal pin (rivet) through aligned holes in two or more pieces of material and then deforming the end of the rivet to secure the pieces together. This method can be used to assemble or fasten the top shroud to the impeller, ensuring a secure and permanent connection.
Impellers with top shrouds are commonly used in various industries where efficient fluid handling and controlled flow are critical, such as in water pumps, industrial fans, and aircraft engine turbines. The specific design and attachment methods may vary depending on the application and engineering requirements.