1. The water piston rotates
and reciprocates. As the piston is pulled back and the piston flat opens to
the inlet port, suction is created and fluid fills the pump chamber.
2. The inlet port is then
sealed and crossover occurs. As the inlet port is sealed and the pump chamber
is full, the outlet port opens up. Only one port is open at any time and at
no time are both ports interconnected.
3. The piston is forced down
and the piston flat opens to the outlet port. Discharge is created and fluid
is pumped out.