Axial Flow Curves
Below are downloadable Axial Flow Curve cut sheets showing the TDH and GPM at set RPMs. Axial Flow is a common type of pump that essentially consists of a impeller in a pipe operating in a casing. The pressure in the casing is developed by the flow of liquid over the blades of the impeller. The fluid is pushed in a direction parallel to the shaft of the impeller in course of their flow through the pump, do not change their radial locations. It allows the fluid to enter the impeller axially and discharge the fluid nearly axially. The propeller is driven by a motor. For more information, please contact us.