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Glossary Term

Definition and Purpose

Cavitation is a phenomenon where the formation of voids or bubbles occurs in a liquid due to rapid changes in pressure. These voids can collapse violently, causing significant damage to materials such as metal surfaces, propellers, or pump impellers. In lubrication systems, cavitation can prevent the proper flow of grease or oil, leading to inadequate lubrication and increased wear.


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