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Impeller Replacement Wizard :

You will need to know the Diameter, Depth and Shaft Size of your impeller, as well as the number of blades or fins on your impeller.
If you know these details then please scroll down this page and input your impeller details.
STEP 1 :
Select Impeller Diameter




STEP 2 :
Select Impeller Depth




STEP 3 :
Select Number of Blades or Fins



STEP 4 :
Select Shaft Diameter



STEP 5 :
Select Shaft Type
Check off the shaft type of your impeller in the left hand column below.

Select



STEP 6 :
Select Impeller Material :


* See beolow for compatibility Information.

JABSCO flexible impellers are available in the following materials:
1. NEOPRENE is the standard impeller material used in most flexible impeller pumps. It offers a wide range of chemical resistant properties. Temperature range: 45F to 180F.
2. NITRILE impellers offer compatibility with oil products. It handles a wide range of oils, oil and water emulsions, diesel fuel, lower fraction hydrocarbons, kerosene, lubricating and machine cutting oil. Lower temperatures affect priming ability and performance characteristics. Generally, nitrile performance is 10% below that of neoprene. Temperature range: 50F to 180F.
3. VITON impellers are recommended when pumping hydrocarbons, solvents and severely corrosive chemicals. Viton is not recommended for low temperature or high pressure applications. Temperature range: 60F to 180F.

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