Feb 04, 2013 | Posted by: Robert
Imagine a bus speeding down the highway. Now picture a bicycle pedaling slowly along a suburban road. An adorable squirrel runs out into the path. Can the bus or the bicycle more easily make a quick course correction? Obviously, the larger object traveling faster is more likely to cause damage. In the pumping world, Suction Energy helps us classify our pumps so we know which one is a bus and which one is a bicycle. It cuts to the most critical question—when is cavitation most likely to cause damage?