The term cavitation refers to a physical phenomenon involving hydraulic systems and machines.
It is the formation of small bubbles of vapour that collapse instantaneously to generate small, very high-pressure jets which, in the long term, damage the pump.
The most commonly used pumps are centrifugal, both in an industrial and a civil environment. This type of pump can provide flow rates that range from a few l/m to a lot of m3/h, and a head ranging from a few metres up to more than a thousand.
The push towards innovation, constant attention paid to improvement and the desire to answer market needs more effectively are the reasons why we re-designed our MXV series multi-stage pumps.