By Jean Hendrickson
Peristaltic pumps are capable of pumping both fluids with particulates and those that off-gas, without loss of prime or vapour lock. Diaphragm pumps can operate at higher system pressures, but require the addition of metal spring-loaded valves to resist siphoning.
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