Centrifugal Pump Self Priming
Self-priming pumps are able to suck in and transport air and water. In contrast to a simple centrifugal pump, they can also be started if there is air in the intake line. This is possible because of an additional side-channel suction stage that removes the air from the intake line and creates the negative pressure that is needed to suck in the fluid.
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