As fluid moves through a Viking gear pump from the suction port to the discharge port it’s natural for a small amount of fluid to seep through internal clearances to the backside of the rotor. In most applications, this isn’t a problem. But in others, this pressurized slow moving fluid can cause some rather annoying issues. Today we’re discussing something known as a suckback and how it can help a gear pump.
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