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The four most common modes of failure in piston pumps result from oil contamination, fatigue that results from transient pressure spikes, blocked or restricted pump inlet, and pump case over pressurization. These four modes account for the vast majority of all failures seen in the thousands of units inspected and repaired each year by the service technicians working at Motion Industries. Contamination can be the result of many things, including egress of water, environmental contaminants or component ware elements. Telltale signs of contamination include valve plate scoring, vertical scratches on piston barrels, scratches on the face of pistons, excessive wear of saddle bearings (or embedded particulate), plugged orifices, stuck compensator spools and pistons being seized within the cylinder bore of the barrel.
Telling it from the scientifical angle we can say, it actually follows Pascal’s principle where a small force in a narrow area gets converted into a larger force in a larger area. This larger force is well capable of lifting almost anything and everything. Although it is the basic principle, some other mechanisms are also involved regarding its working process. With the industrialization today, it is impossible to find a sector where there is no demand for the hydraulic pumps. In today’s world, the plunger driven by the hydraulic system is doing the job of moving and lifting things for a number of applications across industries. Find even more info at JCB hydraulic pumps.
Whenever I’ve come across this problem in the past, arranging the outlet plumbing to effect a head of oil above the pump (even just a few inches) has solved the problem. While it’s unlikely the head of oil has much influence on the vanes contacting the cam ring, it is plausible that arranging the plumbing in this way ensures the pump fills itself with oil and is then able to displace (or even compress) any air in its outlet line. Note too, that external gear pumps are also susceptible to becoming ‘air bound’, and in their case, there is no issue with respect to ‘throw’ of the vanes against the cam ring. Like vane pumps though, pressure-balanced, high efficiency gear pumps don’t pump air very well–even though they too are generally considered “self priming”.
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