Chevron Radial Flow Impeller
Helps ensure all solids leave vessel and remain suspended during draining operations.
Utilized in processes that have a variable liquid level, such as draining a slurry from a tank, the Chevron works below the primary pumper, often a standard sized hydrofoil and not used as a primary pumping impeller. In this kind of configuration, the Chevron becomes the tickler impeller and often contoured to the bottom shape of the vessel. When the liquid level drops below the primary pumping impeller, the radial pumping tickler mixes the remaining heal of the vessel to ensure that all solids remain suspended and exit the vessel.