The vortex impeller is an «open» impeller whereby power transfer to the fluid being transported is comparable to the principle of a hydraulic coupling. It is fundamentally different from classic non-clog impellers. Egger, known as the pioneer in vortex impellers, has been rigorously optimising their special hydraulic properties to the present day. Various impeller variations have resulted from this, offering optimal conditions for each application.
Gentle pumping of sensitive liquids and sensitive crystal structures
Special volute casing, tuned to the hydraulics