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This video is on how to detect cavitation in a hydraulic pump before determining whether your pump is cavitating or not that is important to understand what exactly cavitation is cavitation is when pump Inlet vacuum is high enough to cause vapor filled cavities to form in the fluid when the fluid is pressurized these cavities collapse causing severe localized shock and heat damage to the metal surfaces the effects of cavitation are readily found on the pump outlet ports where the air is forced back into the fluid under extreme forces these forces erode materials eventually destroying the pump another effect of cavitation is interference with lubrication inside the pond air pockets get between moving parts allowing metal to metal contact thus increasing your friction friction and increasing your heat prior to creating an inlet restriction on this pump let's get a few background readings while the pump is operating in our normal working conditions under normal operating conditions this pump has a vacuum of three inches of mercury we're also able to see the pump Inlet as well as the pump outlet our normal operating temperature Music and our normal operating pressure which is around 310 psi now let's create a restriction on the inlet side of the pump in order to determine what if that cavitation has on the system take note of the change in sound that the pump is now making this agitated sound is created by those now vapor fill cavities making their way to the discharge side of the pump forced to include on their way out now let's take a look at the visual science cavitation ads on my system on my vacuum gauge where I started off at 3 inches of mercury I'm now at almost 16 inches America by pump Inlet line I could see the vapor making its way through the suction side of the pump I can see the condition of the fluid as it leaves my thumb and on my sister pressure gauge where I started with all 310 psi I'm now just over 200 psi it doesn't creating a restriction to the inlet side of the pump I'm gonna start to see an increase the temperature where I started with 87 degrees only a short amount of time already to almost 100 degrees Fahrenheit now that the pump is been cavitating for a few moments we can see the effects that has had on the fluid returns back to the reservoir which is now almost completely filled with the vapor field Gavin ultimately returning back to the suction side of the pump and repeating cycle delivery now let's open up the restriction almost immediately we can hear the dramatic decrease in agitated sounds coming from the pump both vacuum and pressure gauges have returned back to their normal operating condition and over time I should start to see my fluid temperature decrease common causes for cavitation include clogged strainers for your pump clogged reservoir of.