Cavitation, defined simply as the formation of bubbles in a liquid, can have detrimental effects on a hydraulic pump. In an incorrectly designed hydraulic system, a vacuum may form on the hydraulic fluid, pulling trapped air out of the fluid to form small bubbles. A variety of factors within the system...
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