How does a piston pump work?

The piston pump is a high-pressure pump that uses a single moving part to generate pressure. It is also known as a check valve pump because it uses a check valve to control flow.

The piston pump consists of a cylinder with two chambers, an inlet, and an outlet. A piston slides along the inside of the cylinder, stopping at either end of its travel. As the piston moves, it pushes fluid into one chamber of the cylinder while simultaneously pushing liquid out of another chamber. This creates pressure in both chambers and allows for pumping action.

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