JP2011140931A - Pump impeller, submerged pump having the same and balance adjusting method of pump impeller - Google Patents

Pump impeller, submerged pump having the same and balance adjusting method of pump impeller Download PDF

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JP2011140931A
JP2011140931A JP2010003431A JP2010003431A JP2011140931A JP 2011140931 A JP2011140931 A JP 2011140931A JP 2010003431 A JP2010003431 A JP 2010003431A JP 2010003431 A JP2010003431 A JP 2010003431A JP 2011140931 A JP2011140931 A JP 2011140931A
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Junya Kawabata
Yoshiaki Miyazaki
Yoichi Nakamura
Shinji Obuchi
Hiromi Sakagami
陽一 中村
浩美 坂頂
真志 大渕
義晶 宮崎
潤也 川畑
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A pump impeller capable of adjusting a mechanical and hydraulic balance to a desired balance by a simple process and a method for adjusting the balance are provided.
A substantially cylindrical main body section, a suction section provided at the center of a lower end surface of the main body section, a discharge section opened to a side surface of the main body section, and an inside of the main body section. A non-clog type pump impeller 1 that is formed in a spiral shape when viewed from the axial direction and includes a flow path 18 that communicates from the suction portion 13 to the discharge portion 14. The outer periphery of the upper end surface 11 of the main body portion 10 is The flange portion 23 has a circular peripheral edge protruding upward, and a plate-like balance block 40 is attached to the inner peripheral surface 23 a of the flange portion 23. The balance block 40 is made of a flat plate-like member having an arc-shaped end side 40a along the inner peripheral surface 23a of the flange portion 23, and can be attached to any position in the circumferential direction of the inner peripheral surface 23a.
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  The present invention relates to an impeller for a pump suitable for use in a submersible pump for wastewater treatment, and more particularly, an impeller having a structure capable of adjusting a mechanical and hydraulic balance to a desired balance, and a submersible pump including the impeller, And a method of adjusting the balance of the impeller for the pump.

  Conventionally, there are submersible pumps for wastewater treatment installed in manholes. As such a submersible pump, as shown in Patent Document 1, there is a submersible pump provided with a non-clog type impeller. A non-clog type impeller is usually made of a casting made of stainless steel or the like, and has a single blade shape having a flow path formed in a spiral shape when viewed from the axial direction inside a substantially cylindrical main body. is doing. As a structure for preventing foreign matter from being clogged in the pump that is pressurizing the sewage, the cross-sectional dimension of the flow path is formed to be substantially constant so that the foreign matter is less likely to get entangled with the impeller. Thus, the non-clog type impeller has an asymmetric shape with respect to the rotation axis. Therefore, as it is, a static balance at rest and a dynamic balance (mechanical balance) at the time of rotation cannot be obtained, and there is a possibility that assembly workability is lowered and vibration at the time of rotation is caused.

  In addition, the impeller having an asymmetric shape with respect to the rotation shaft as described above cannot maintain the rotational balance (hydraulic balance) of the impeller when the fluid is transferred by the operation of the pump. That is, when the pump is operated, the impeller rotates, so that the impeller receives a force from the fluid such as the sewage sucked in. In this case, in the non-axisymmetric shaped impeller, the distribution of the acting fluid force is non-axisymmetric. For this reason, the fluid forces acting on the impeller do not cancel each other.

  In order to cope with the above problems, as shown in Patent Document 1, in a conventional impeller, a balance weight portion including a thick portion is provided in a part of the impeller. The balance weight portion balances the mechanical and hydraulic forces of the impeller.

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  However, since the impeller as described above is cast from stainless steel or the like, the balance of the impeller including the balance weight portion is not always as designed, and some variation occurs between products. Also, in the process of cutting a part of the casting and machining it as an impeller, the impeller has a complicated structure, so there may be a deviation in the determination of the processing standard. Variation occurs. Therefore, in order to eliminate the imbalance of the impeller balance, a process of scraping a part of the impeller by machining is performed. Specifically, a part of the balance weight portion or the like on the main plate and the side plate of the impeller is deleted. Since a slightly larger weight is provided in the balance weight portion in advance from the design stage, the balance is corrected by cutting the weight.

  However, unlike a vortex-type pump impeller, an impeller composed of a single blade having a constant channel diameter has a complicated shape. Therefore, variations in the above-described casting process and processing process are likely to occur. In addition, there is a problem that a part that was not originally expected has to be cut, or an optimum weight is lost from the part to be cut.

  In addition, in order to balance by scraping the impeller itself, it is necessary to accurately grasp the thickness dimension of each part of the impeller. However, it is difficult to accurately grasp the thickness dimension of each part in an impeller having a complicated shape and a constant channel diameter. For this reason, there is a problem that it is difficult to understand the amount to be scraped off, and it takes time and labor to machine such a balance, making it difficult to perform accurate balance adjustment.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above points, and an object of the present invention is to provide a pump impeller capable of adjusting a mechanical and hydraulic balance to a desired balance by a simple process and an underwater equipped with the impeller. An object of the present invention is to provide a balance adjustment method for a pump and a pump impeller.

  In order to solve the above problems, the present invention provides a substantially cylindrical main body (10) provided with a mounting portion (12) at the center of one end (11) in the axial direction, and other axial directions of the main body (10). A suction part (13) provided in the center of the end (15), a discharge part (14) opened in the side surface (16) of the main body part (10), and a spiral as viewed from the axial direction inside the main body part (10) A non-clog type pump impeller (1) having a flow path (18) formed in a mold and communicated from a suction part (13) to a discharge part (14), wherein the shaft in the main body part (10) At least one of the outer circumference of the one end (11) and the outer circumference of the other end (15) is provided with a circumferential flange portion (23 or 25), and the flange portion (23 or 25) The balance block (40) is attached to the inner periphery (23a or 25a) side.

  According to the impeller for a pump according to the present invention, the balance of the impeller can be adjusted by the balance block attached to the flange provided on the outer periphery of the end of the cylindrical main body. In this case, the balance block can be attached at an arbitrary position in the circumferential direction of the flange portion. Therefore, the balance can be adjusted without changing the mold shape of the main body of the impeller, and the balance adjustment work can be easily performed.

  Further, the balance of the impeller can be adjusted by shaving a balance block attached to the impeller or making a hole. Thereby, compared with the case where the main-body part of an impeller is shaved or a hole is made, machining becomes easy and the effort and time which balance adjustment requires can be reduced. In addition, the balance is adjusted by shaving or drilling a balance block that can accurately measure dimensions such as thickness, so that the amount to be scraped and the depth of the hole to be cut are easy to understand, making accurate balance adjustment easy. Become.

  In addition, if multiple types of balance blocks with different shape distribution and mass are prepared, the mechanical and hydraulic balance of the impeller can be adjusted to the desired balance by appropriately selecting the balance block to be attached to the impeller. become able to. In addition, the balance block attached to the main-body part of an impeller is not restricted to one, A plurality can also be attached. Further, the balance block may be attached to both the flange portion at one end and the flange portion at the other end in the axial direction of the impeller, or may be attached to only one of them.

  In the pump impeller configured as described above, the balance block (40) is formed from a flat plate-like member having an arc-shaped end (40a) along the inner periphery (23a or 25a) of the flange portion (23 or 25). It ’s good. According to this, it becomes possible to attach the balance block of the same shape to an arbitrary position in the circumferential direction of the flange portion. Therefore, the number of types of balance blocks to be prepared is small, and the manufacturing process of the impeller can be simplified. In this case, if a flat plate-shaped balance block prototype having a circumferential edge is prepared and divided into a plurality of parts in the circumferential direction, a plurality of balance blocks having arc-shaped edges can be easily manufactured. can do.

  Moreover, in the pump impeller of the said structure, the step part (24 or 26) extended in the circumferential direction formed in the inner periphery (23a or 25a) of a flange part (23 or 25), and the edge of a balance block (40) It is good to provide the fitting part (50) with which the step part (41) formed in (40a) fits. According to this configuration, the balance block can be positioned and temporarily fixed with respect to the flange portion by fitting the fitting portion, so that the work of attaching the balance block can be easily performed. Further, the balance block can be attached at an accurate position.

  Moreover, in the pump impeller having the above-described configuration, a hollow (21) recessed in the axial direction is formed on the inner peripheral side of the flange portion (23 or 25) at one end (11) or the other end (15) of the main body portion (10). Or 22) is formed, and the surface of the balance block (40) extends from the flange portion (23 or 25) inward in the radial direction of the main body portion (10), and is stretched in the recess (21 or 22). It may be attached so that it comes out. According to this configuration, since the balance block fits in the recess inside the impeller, even if the balance block is attached, it is not necessary to change the outer dimensions of the impeller. Further, when the impeller rotates during operation of the submersible pump, the influence of the balance block on the fluid flow can be minimized.

  The submersible pump according to the present invention includes a pump impeller (1) configured as described above, a pump casing (32) that houses the pump impeller (1), and a motor that drives the pump impeller (1). (52). In this submersible pump, the hydraulic balance during operation can be ensured by the pump impeller having the balance block having the above-described configuration. Accordingly, vibration and noise during operation can be effectively suppressed, and the submersible pump has excellent durability.

  Further, the present invention provides a substantially cylindrical main body (10) provided with a mounting portion (12) at the center of one end (11) in the axial direction, and the other end (15) in the axial direction of the main body (10). A suction part (13) provided in the center, a discharge part (14) opening in the side surface (16) of the main body part (10), and a spiral shape when viewed from the axial direction inside the main body part (10). At least one of the flow path (18) communicating from the suction part (13) to the discharge part (14) and the outer periphery of the axial end (11) and the other end (15) of the main body (10). A non-clog type pump impeller (1) provided with a circumferential circumferential flange portion (23 or 25), and an inner circumference (23a or 25a) of the flange portion (23 or 25) ) A plate-like balance block (40) is attached to the side, and the flange (23 or 23) 5) the mounting balance blocks a part of (40) and having a, a step to remove by machining.

  According to the balance adjustment method of the impeller for pumps concerning this invention, the balance adjustment of an impeller can be performed by attaching a balance block to the flange part of an impeller. In this case, the balance block can be attached at an arbitrary position in the circumferential direction of the flange portion. Therefore, the balance can be adjusted without changing the mold shape of the main body of the impeller, and the balance adjustment work can be easily performed. In addition, if multiple types of balance blocks with different shape distribution and mass are prepared, the mechanical and hydraulic balance of the impeller can be adjusted to the desired balance by appropriately selecting the balance block to be attached to the impeller. become able to.

The balance of the impeller can also be adjusted by removing a part of the balance block attached to the flange portion by machining. Specifically, machining is performed such as cutting the balance block or making a hole. According to this, compared with the case where the main body part of an impeller is shaved or a hole is made, machining becomes easy, and labor and time required for balance adjustment can be reduced. In addition, the balance is adjusted by shaving or drilling a balance block that can accurately measure the thickness and other dimensions, making it easy to understand the amount to be scraped and the depth of the hole to be drilled, making accurate balance adjustment easy. Become.
In addition, the code | symbol in said parenthesis shows the code | symbol of the corresponding component in embodiment mentioned later as an example of this invention.

  According to the impeller for a pump and the balance adjustment method according to the present invention, the mechanical and hydraulic balance can be adjusted to a desired balance by a simple process. Moreover, according to the submersible pump provided with the impeller for pumps concerning this invention, the vibration and noise at the time of a driving | operation can be suppressed effectively.

It is a figure which shows the impeller for pumps concerning one Embodiment of this invention, (a) is the perspective view seen from the upper surface side (back surface side), (b) is the perspective view seen from the lower surface side (front surface side). FIG. It is a figure which shows the internal shape of an impeller, and is sectional drawing of the surface (EE arrow cross section of Fig.3 (a)) orthogonal to an axial direction. It is a figure which shows the internal shape of an impeller, (a) thru | or (d) is a figure which shows the AA, BB, CC, DD arrow cross section of FIG. 2, respectively. It is a figure which shows the attachment state of a balance block, (a) is sectional drawing of the impeller corresponding to BB arrow of FIG. 2, (b) is the X partial enlarged view of (a), (c) is (A) Y partial enlarged view. It is sectional drawing which shows the structural example of the submersible pump provided with the impeller for pumps concerning one Embodiment of this invention.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. FIG. 1 is a diagram showing a configuration example of an impeller for a pump according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 1A shows the impeller viewed from the upper surface side in the axial direction (the back surface side of the blade surface). A perspective view and the figure (b) are the perspective views seen from the lower surface side (surface side of a wing surface). 2 and 3 are diagrams showing the internal shape of the impeller, and FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view of a plane orthogonal to the axial direction (cross section taken along the line EE in FIG. 3A). 3 (a) to (d) are cross-sectional views taken along arrows AA, BB, CC, and DD in FIG. 2, respectively.

  As shown in the drawings, the impeller 1 of the present embodiment is a non-clog type impeller having a flow path having a substantially constant diameter, and is made of a cast material such as stainless steel. The impeller 1 includes a substantially cylindrical main body 10, and a boss (attachment portion) 12 made of a columnar protrusion is formed at the center of an upper end surface (back surface) 11 in the axial direction of the main body 10. ing. The boss 12 is attached to a drive shaft 55 (see FIG. 5) of the submersible pump 30 described later. Further, a suction part 13 is provided on the lower end surface (end surface on the front surface side) 15 in the axial direction of the main body part 10, and a discharge part 14 is provided on the side surface 16 of the main body part 10. The suction portion 13 is formed by a substantially circular opening provided inside a cylindrical portion 13 a that is formed in the center of the lower end surface 15 and protrudes in a cylindrical shape. The discharge portion 14 is formed as a concave portion having a substantially semicircular arc in cross section provided on the side surface 16 of the main body portion 10, and extends substantially along the entire circumference of the side surface 16 of the main body portion 10. A flow path 18 that communicates from the suction portion 13 to the discharge portion 14 is provided inside the main body portion 10. The flow path 18 has a spiral shape when viewed from the axial direction, and is formed in a spiral shape extending in the axial direction so that the distance from the central axis increases from the suction portion 13 toward the discharge portion 14. The channel 18 is formed in a substantially circular shape with a substantially constant cross-sectional dimension so that foreign matter is less likely to get entangled inside.

  On the outer peripheral side of the boss 12 on the upper end surface 11 of the main body 10, a recess 21 that is recessed in the axial direction is formed. The recess 21 is a substantially arc-shaped recess formed around the boss 12, and as shown in FIGS. 3A to 3D, the thickness of the main body 10 between the channel 18 and the channel 18 is substantially uniform. As shown, the channel 18 is recessed at a position avoiding the channel 18. On the other hand, another recess 22 that is recessed in the axial direction is formed on the outer peripheral side of the suction portion 13 on the lower end surface 15 of the main body 10. The recess 22 is an annular recess formed around the suction portion 13, and, like the recess 21, as shown in FIGS. 3A to 3D, the thickness of the main body 10 between the channel 18. Is recessed at a position avoiding the flow path 18 so as to be substantially uniform. A thick portion 27 is provided on a part of the upper end surface 11 of the main body portion 10. The thick portion 27 is a portion that functions as a weight for balancing the rotation of the impeller 1 having an asymmetric shape with respect to the central axis, and is provided on a portion on the outer peripheral side of the boss 12.

  On the outer periphery of the upper end surface 11 of the main body 10, that is, on the outer periphery side of the recess 21, an upper flange (flange portion) 23 having a circumferential edge protruding upward is formed. Further, on the outer periphery of the lower end surface 15 in the main body 10, that is, on the outer periphery side of the recess 22, a circular flange-shaped lower flange (flange portion) 25 protruding downward is formed.

  A plate-like balance block 40 is attached to the inner peripheral surface 23 a at the upper end of the upper flange 23. As shown in FIG. 1, the balance block 40 is made of a flat plate-like member having a strip-shaped outer shape extending in an arc shape. An outer side edge 40 a in the longitudinal direction of the balance block 40 is formed in an arc shape along the inner peripheral surface 23 a of the upper flange 23. In each figure, the balance block 40 is also attached to the inner peripheral surface 25 a at the lower end of the lower flange 23.

  4A and 4B are diagrams showing the mounting state of the balance block 40, where FIG. 4A is a cross-sectional view of the impeller 1 corresponding to the arrow BB in FIG. 2, and FIG. 4B is an X-part enlarged view of FIG. FIG. 4C is an enlarged view of a Y portion in FIG. As shown in the figure, a step portion 24 extending in the circumferential direction is formed on the inner peripheral surface 23 a at the upper end of the upper flange 23. Further, a step portion 41 extending in the longitudinal direction is formed on the end side 40a of the balance block 40 (side surface of the end side 40a). The step portion 24 and the step portion 41 have a substantially L-shaped cross section disposed so as to face each other, and the step portion 24 of the upper flange 23 and the step portion 41 of the balance block 40 are fitted to each other. It is like that. The step portions 24 and 41 constitute a fitting portion 50 for fitting the end side 40a of the balance block 40 to the inner peripheral surface 23a of the upper flange 23.

  That is, the balance block 40 is positioned and temporarily fixed with respect to the upper flange 23 by fitting the step portion 41 of the end side 40 a to the step portion 24 of the upper flange 23. The balance block 40 is permanently fixed to the upper flange 23 by welding (spot welding) or the like. Thus, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 4, the balance block 40 attached to the inner peripheral surface 23 a of the upper flange 23 has a surface extending from the inner peripheral surface 23 a of the flange portion 23 to the inner side in the radial direction of the main body portion 10. It extends and is installed in a state of overhanging the recess 21.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 and 4, the balance block 40 can also be attached to the lower flange 25 on the lower end surface 15 side of the main body 10. The balance block 40 in this case is also a flat plate-like member having an arc-shaped end side 40a. A step portion 26 extending in the circumferential direction is formed on the inner peripheral surface 25 a at the tip of the lower flange 25. Thereby, the fitting part 50 which the step part 26 of the lower flange 25 and the step part 41 of the balance block 40 fit mutually is comprised. Therefore, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 4, the balance block 40 attached to the lower flange 25 has a surface extending from the inner peripheral surface 25 a of the flange portion 25 to the inside in the radial direction of the main body portion 10, and is recessed. It is installed in a state of overhanging 22.

  Moreover, the balance of the impeller 1 can be further adjusted by removing a part of the balance block 40 attached to the upper flange 23 in the above process by machining. Specifically, the machining is performed by cutting a part of the balance block 40 or making a hole.

  Although the detailed illustration of the balance block 40 having the above configuration is omitted, the balance block 40 may be manufactured in the following manner. That is, a plate-shaped balance block prototype formed in a circular ring shape is prepared, and is cut and divided in a radial direction at a plurality of locations in the longitudinal direction (circumferential direction). Thereby, the some balance block 40 which has the arc-shaped edge 40a can be manufactured easily. In this case, the balance block 40 having a desired size and mass can be prepared by appropriately setting the circumferential position for dividing the balance block prototype.

  1 and 4 show the case where the balance block 40 is attached to both the upper flange 23 and the lower flange 25, the balance block 40 is attached to only one of the upper flange 23 and the lower flange 25. May be. Although not shown, a plurality of balance blocks 40 can be attached to the upper flange 23 or the lower flange 25. In this case, the balance block 40 is attached to a plurality of locations along the circumferential direction of the inner peripheral surface 23 a of the upper flange 23 or the inner peripheral surface 25 a of the lower flange 25.

  In the impeller 1 of the present embodiment, the impeller 1 is provided by a balance block 40 (including the balance block 40 attached to the inner peripheral surface 25a of the lower flange 25, the same applies hereinafter) attached to the inner peripheral surface 23a of the upper flange 23. The balance can be adjusted. In this case, since the balance block 40 has the arc-shaped end side 40a along the inner peripheral surface 23a of the upper flange 23, the balance block 40 can be attached to an arbitrary position in the circumferential direction of the inner peripheral surface 23a of the upper flange 23. it can. Therefore, the balance can be adjusted without changing the mold shape of the main body 10 of the impeller 1, and the balance adjustment work can be easily performed.

  Further, the balance of the impeller 1 can be adjusted by cutting the balance block 40 attached to the impeller 1 or by making a hole. According to this, compared with the case where the main-body part 10 of the impeller 1 is shaved or a hole is made, machining becomes easy, and labor and time required for balance adjustment can be reduced. Further, since the balance adjustment is performed by cutting the balance block 40 that can accurately grasp the dimensions such as the thickness or making holes, the amount to be scraped and the depth of the holes to be opened are easily understood. Therefore, accurate balance adjustment can be easily performed.

  If a plurality of types of balance blocks 40 having different shape distributions and masses are prepared, the mechanical and hydraulic balance of the impeller 1 is desired by appropriately selecting the balance block 40 attached to the impeller 1. The balance can be adjusted.

  Moreover, in this embodiment, the fitting part 50 of the structure which fits the step part 24 extended in the circumferential direction formed in the internal peripheral surface 23a of the upper flange 23, and the step part 41 formed in the edge 40a of the balance block 40. It has. Therefore, the balance block 40 can be positioned and temporarily fixed by fitting the fitting portion 50 together. Therefore, the attachment work of the balance block 40 can be easily performed. Further, the balance block 40 can be attached at an accurate position.

  Further, in the impeller 1 of the present embodiment, the upper end surface 11 of the main body portion 10 is formed with a recess 21 that is recessed in the axial direction. The surface of the balance block 40 extends from the inner peripheral surface 23 a of the upper flange 23 toward the inside in the radial direction (in a direction perpendicular to the rotation axis of the impeller 1), and projects into the recess 21. ing. With this configuration, the balance block 40 fits inside the impeller 1, so that the outer dimensions of the impeller 1 need not be changed by attaching the balance block 40. Moreover, when the impeller 1 rotates in the operation of the submersible pump 30 described later, the influence of the balance block 40 on the fluid flow can be minimized.

  FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view illustrating a configuration example of the submersible pump 30 including the impeller 1 having the above-described configuration. The submersible pump 30 includes a pump unit 31 and a motor unit 51. The pump unit 31 includes an impeller 1 and a pump casing 32 that covers the impeller 1, and the motor unit 51 includes a sealed motor (submersible motor) 52 that rotates the impeller 1, and a motor 52. It is comprised with the motor casing 53 to cover. The motor 52 includes a stator and a rotor (both not shown), and a drive shaft 55 extending in the vertical direction is installed at the center of the rotor. The drive shaft 55 is rotatably supported by a bearing 54. The impeller 1 in the pump casing 32 is fixed to the lower end of the drive shaft 55, and the rotational driving force of the motor 52 is transmitted to the impeller 1.

  The pump casing 32 has a suction port 32 a and a discharge port 32 b, and is fixed with bolts 57 to an intermediate casing 56 installed at the lower end of the motor unit 51. A suction pipe 33 that extends downward is connected to the suction port 32a of the pump casing 32, and a discharge pipe (not shown) that opens sideways is connected to the discharge port 32b. An air vent valve 37 is installed above the discharge port 32b. Inside the pump casing 32, a pump chamber 35 is formed that is surrounded on the outer peripheral side by a side wall 32c. An impeller 1 is installed in the pump chamber 35. The impeller 1 has the structure shown in FIGS. 1 to 4, and the boss 12 is fixed to the lower end of the drive shaft 55 with a bolt 36.

  In the submersible pump 30 configured as described above, when the drive shaft 55 driven by the motor 52 rotates, the impeller 1 in the pump casing 32 rotates. Due to the rotation of the impeller 1, sewage is sucked from the suction port 32 a of the pump casing 32 through the suction pipe 33. The sewage sucked into the pump casing 32 reaches the discharge part 14 from the suction part 13 through the flow path 18 of the impeller 1 by the centrifugal force of the rotating impeller 1. The sewage that has reached the discharge unit 14 is discharged from the discharge port 32 b of the pump casing 32.

  According to the submersible pump 30 of the present embodiment, the hydraulic balance of the impeller 1 can be ensured by attaching the balance block 40 having the above configuration to the impeller 1. Therefore, vibration and noise during operation can be suppressed, and the submersible pump 30 having excellent durability can be obtained.

  Although the embodiments of the present invention have been described above, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and various modifications can be made within the scope of the technical idea described in the claims and the specification and drawings. Is possible. For example, in the above-described embodiment, the fitting portion 50 provided between the inner peripheral surface 23a of the upper flange 23 and the end side 40a of the balance block 40 has a step portion 24 having a substantially L-shaped cross section formed on both. However, the fitting part 50 may have other shapes. For example, although not shown, a groove-shaped step formed on one of the inner peripheral surface 23a of the upper flange 23 and the end side 40a of the balance block 40 and a protruding step formed on the other fit. The structure which unites may be sufficient.

  Further, the specific number, arrangement, and shape of the balance blocks 40 attached to the impeller 1 shown in the above embodiment are all examples, and the balance block 40 is an inner part of the upper flange 23 or the lower flange 25 of the impeller 1. Any number, arrangement, and shape other than those shown in the above embodiment may be used as long as they are attached to the peripheral side. Further, the fixing means of the balance block 40 is not limited to the welding shown in the above embodiment, and may be fixed by other means.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Impeller 10 Main-body part 11 Upper end surface 12 Boss (attachment part)
13 Suction part 14 Discharge part 15 Lower end face 16 Side face 18 Channels 21, 22 Recess 23 Upper flange (flange part)
23a Inner peripheral surface 24 Step part 25 Lower flange (flange part)
25a Inner peripheral surface 26 Step part 27 Thick part (weight)
30 Submersible pump 31 Pump part 32 Pump casing 40 Balance block 40a End side 41 Step part 50 Fitting part 51 Motor part 52 Motor 53 Motor casing 54 Bearing 55 Drive shaft

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  1. A substantially cylindrical main body provided with a mounting portion at the center of one end in the axial direction; a suction portion provided at the center of the other end of the main body in the axial direction; and a discharge portion that opens on a side surface of the main body. A non-clog type pump impeller comprising a flow path formed in a spiral shape when viewed from the axial direction inside the main body portion and communicating from the suction portion to the discharge portion,
    At least one of the outer circumference of one end in the axial direction and the outer circumference of the other end of the main body portion is provided with a circumferential flange portion,
    A pump impeller characterized in that a balance block is attached to the inner peripheral side of the flange portion.
  2. 2. The pump impeller according to claim 1, wherein the balance block is made of a flat plate-like member having an arc-shaped end along the inner periphery of the flange portion.
  3. The fitting part which the step part extended in the circumferential direction formed in the inner periphery of the said flange part and the step part formed in the said edge of the said balance block fits is provided. Pump impeller.
  4. On the inner peripheral side of the flange portion at one end or the other end of the main body portion, a recess recessed in the axial direction is formed,
    4. The balance block according to claim 1, wherein a surface of the balance block extends from the flange portion inward in the radial direction of the main body portion, and is attached so as to protrude into the recess. The pump impeller as described.
  5.   A submersible pump comprising: the pump impeller according to any one of claims 1 to 4, a pump casing that accommodates the pump impeller, and a motor that drives the pump impeller.
  6. A substantially cylindrical main body provided with a mounting portion at the center of one end in the axial direction; a suction portion provided at the center of the other end of the main body in the axial direction; and a discharge portion that opens on a side surface of the main body. A flow path that is formed in a spiral shape when viewed from the axial direction inside the main body and communicates from the suction portion to the discharge portion, and at least one of an outer periphery at one end and an outer periphery at the other end of the main body in the axial direction. A balance adjusting method for a non-clog type pump impeller comprising:
    Attaching a plate-like balance block to the inner peripheral side of the flange portion;
    And a step of deleting a part of the balance block attached to the flange part by machining. A balance adjustment method for an impeller for a pump.
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