The main components of stainless steel sewage submersible pump include:
1. Submersible pump body: A casing made of stainless steel that houses components such as the motor and impeller. The submersible pump body has a sealing performance, which can prevent water and dirt from penetrating into the pump body.
2. Motor: It is the core component of the stainless steel sewage submersible pump, which is mainly responsible for driving the impeller to rotate and generating power for pumping water. Motors are usually enclosed and capable of operating in liquids for extended periods of time.
3. Impeller: A rotating part located inside the submersible pump body. The blades on the impeller are driven by the motor to generate power and pump the liquid outward.
4. Guide vane ring: Located on the outside of the impeller, it is used to guide the liquid into the impeller and improve the efficiency of the pump.
5. Vane guide: Located inside the submersible pump body, it guides and accelerates the liquid to enter the impeller.
6. Mechanical seal: Used to prevent the liquid in the pump body from leaking into the motor and ensure the sealing performance of the submersible pump.
7. Cable: Used to connect the power supply and submersible pump, transmit power signal and control signal.
8. Suspension device: Used to suspend the submersible pump in the water to keep the balance and stability of the pump body.
How Does Stainless Steel Sewage Submersible Pump Work?
The working principle of stainless steel sewage submersible pump is to use the motor to drive the impeller to rotate, generate outward centrifugal force, suck the liquid from the inlet of the pump, push it to the outlet through the power generated by the rotation of the impeller, and discharge it into the target place such as a pipe or a pond.
When the motor starts, the rotor of the motor also starts to rotate, which transmits force to the impeller in the pump body. Due to the special structure of the impeller, the liquid is sucked into the inlet of the pump, guided and accelerated by the vane plate, enters the impeller, and then is brought to rotate together. During rotation, the liquid is subjected to centrifugal force, compressed and pushed towards the outlet of the pump, and then discharged to the target location.
The working process of the stainless steel sewage submersible pump needs to ensure that there is always enough liquid at the inlet of the pump, otherwise, it will cause idling, which will adversely affect the performance and life of the pump. At the same time, in order to prevent the liquid in the pump body from leaking, it is also necessary to ensure the normal operation of the mechanical seal.