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Pumping too noisy or overloading is often the cause of gas bubbles. The following are common causes of gas bubbles. (cavitation phenomenon )

  1. Foot valve or any valve on the suction line is jammed.
  2. Something occasionally clogs the suction pipe. If the pump suction from the river; collection tank or from the sea, sand is one of the possible causes.
  3. Waste is swept into the pump chamber is a common cause.
  4. The pipe is broken.
  5. The filter is constantly blocked.
  6. The pool is frozen when the weather is cold.
  7. Sunlight heats the suction, increasing the temperature of the fluid to the point of evaporation.
  8. The water surface in the tank decreases causing a whirlpool phenomenon, when the air enters the suction chamber.
  9. Many pumps are operating in the same suction tank, reducing the water level very quickly.
  10. The float is broken
  11. In the circulating pump system, the discharge tube is connected directly to the suction pipe, or openings and the fluid temperature increases.
  12. Sometimes the depth is too deep. Friction of the suction pipe will reduce the suction capacity of the pump.
  13. The suction tank is heated to prevent freezing. Sometimes it overheats.
  14. The density of fluids is changed. This can happen with pump fluids having a temperature or detergent or anticoagulant activated in the pipeline.
  15. The discharge tank is changed from positive to negative pressure according to the production line.
  16. A connecting valve on the intake manifold has negative pressure and the gas can pass through the sealing gaskets.
  17. The water tank is being pumped out
  18. The mouth of the suction pipe is being shifted or changed in different ways
  19. Drainage in the pipeline reduces the suction capacity of the pump?