As a typical fluid mechanics problem, pump blockage has always been a hot research topic. The obtaining of the distribution of coarse particles in the solid-liquid two-phase flow pump is the basis of improving its non-blocking performance. High-speed photography technique is applied to do visualizing test and research on the distribution of coarse particles in a double blade pump. The effects of particle concentration, particle density and particle diameter on the distribution of coarse particles in the solid-liquid two-phase flow pump at different phases are studied. Besides, the variation of hydraulic performance of the double blade pump under different parameters is also analyzed. The results show that the particles in the impeller mainly located in the vicinity of the blade pressure surface, and the distribution of the particles in each section of the volute is quite different. The great difference in particle density can result in obviously uneven distribution of particles. With the increase of particle diameter, particle density and particle concentration, the pump head and efficiency both decrease while the shaft power increase on the contrary. This research results can also provide a basis for the optimization design of solid-liquid two-phase flow pumps.