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Sherwood Pump Impeller 29000K for 15/16" Shaft
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Sherwood 29000K 12 Vane Neoprene Impeller Kit (Threaded / Splined)

Part No. SW29000K

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Brand Sherwood
Model 29000K
Suitability Sherwood G2900 Series Pumps: G2902-01, G2902X, G2903-01, G2903X, G2904-01 & G2904X
Construction Neoprene
Depth 102mm (4")
Diameter 95mm (3-3/4"), Shaft 23.8mm (15/16")
Drive Type Spline Drive. 10 Tooth (45°) with Thread
Number of Impeller Blades 12
Impeller Shaft Diameter 23.8mm
Contents 1 x 29000 Impeller, 1 x 21561 Quad Ring, 1 x 21566 Pin & Technical Guide

This genuine Sherwood impeller is the 29000K model and is supplied complete with an O-ring and a technical guide. It has 12 vanes and features a threaded/splined keyway, meaning it can be removed with an impeller puller. The neoprene impeller is designed to fit on a 15/16" pump shaft and should only be used to pump water.

This 29000K impeller is suitable for use in the Sherwood G2900 series pumps: G2902-01, G2902X, G2903-01, G2903X, G2904-01 and G2904X.

Sherwood marine raw water pumps all feature a flexible neoprene impeller which attaches to the shaft. The shaft rotation powers the impeller which transfers the water by creating a vacuum on the inlet side and then forcing water out in a uniform flow on the outlet side. As such an important component, you should ensure that your pump impeller is always in top condition and that you always use the correct impeller for your application. This will help to ensure the best engine performance and prolong engine life.

Sherwood recommend that all impellers are replaced at least annually (depending on application) to maintain impeller performance, however it is good practice to inspect them often to check for excessive abrasions or damage. It is also recommended that during long periods of being unused, impellers should be removed from the pump housing to prevent ultraviolet deterioration, vanes setting into position and copper bonding of the impeller to the housing. Any issues with your impeller can lead to engine overheating, which is the main reason for premature engine wear.

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