Thursday, August 25, 2011

Puck Custom Enterprises: A Comparison of 3 Pumps

Here's a great post from Nancy over at PUCK CUSTOM ENTERPRISES. Today, they are covering an example of how to read Cornell pump curves properly and they also throw in a few different variables. They do say "These are very basic and incomplete examples. Estimates were made on Head loss through the hose. Estimates were made on NPSH Required. Terrain, elevation, and temperature were not considered. MANURE WAS NOT CONSIDERED."

Puck Custom Enterprises: A Comparison of 3 Pumps: Let's do a comparison of 3 Cornell Pump Curves: 4414 - 4 inch outflow, 4 inch intake, 14 inch impeller 4514 - 4 inch outflow, 5 inch intake...

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Pump School Is Just Around The Corner ...

Registration for Cornell's 2011 PUMP SCHOOL has been closed because we are overfilled. This should be a great year for PUMP SCHOOL. Thanks in advance to all those attending and putting this great event together.

On a side note, our PUMP APPLICATION picture contest is still open ... vote for your favorite pump application image here.

Monday, August 8, 2011


The Cornell Pump Company "Best Application" photo contest is now open for voting. We have selected our TOP TEN WINNERS and you can vote now on your favorite image (once a day until August 31st). We received submissions from across the globe and have a GREAT selection of images to choose from. Like stated, voting will remain open until August 31st and the winner will be announced the following week. Good luck and thanks again to everyone who entered.

Monday, August 1, 2011

Photo Contest Ended ...

Our photo contest has ended. The top ten winners have been announced. Congratulations to our winners and thank you to all of our participants (your hats have been mailed)!

The winning pictures will be on our main page as soon as tomorrow... and then the voting will begin. Thanks everyone!