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Cavitation is caused by the presence of gas bubbles under high pressure being suddenly subjected to a low pressure. This causes the bubbles to burst (implode) and release energy to the metal surface, which causes the fracture of small, minute pieces of metal from the base casting.
Seal Water/Liquid Compressant
Improper Working Pressure
A Nash Field Service Technician can help you diagnose a cavitation issue, and a Nash WebSentry can alert you about poor conditions before problems begin. For more on these options, use the links below.To see this maintenance tip in pdf format, click here