Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Monday, January 19, 2015
It is with pride that Cornell makes an effort to give back to our community in various ways, including fundraising events, blood drives, and charity donation drives.
Thursday, January 8, 2015
We look forward to you stopping by and seeing our all new Arctic King line of refrigeration pumps. This robust hermetic line operates at 1,200 to 1,800 RPM, significantly increasing pump life and offering excellent NPSHR.
Want to see our exciting products now?You can see our exciting and innovative line of food and industrial pumps on our website at www.cornellpump.com.
For information about our innovative hydro transport pumps that can significantly reduce food damage, see our brochure.
refrigeration pumps for more than 50 years. We're in tens of thousands of installations. Now, our Arctic King line features a built in bearing monitor. Available in numerous sizes, the pump will wow in person. If you want to see it now, please look at these brochures and data sheets!
Interested in robust trash pump that boosts efficiency up to 8 percent better than leading competitors? Need a super high head self-priming pump?
Learn about our STX and STH series.
Monday, January 5, 2015
Registration for Cornell's 2015 Pump School is now open! Join us this September for two days of education and hands-on training in beautiful Portland, Oregon.
When: September 22-23, 2015
Where: Embassy Suites, Downtown Portland
Session 1 will cover basic hydralics and include system design, pump selection as well as construction materials, installation and troubleshooting.
Session 2 will cover advanced topics including NPSHA/R calculations, metallurgy, engergy efficiency calculations, system curves for pumps in paralell and in series, motors, mechanical seals, and life cycle costs.
Day two will involve hands-on training at the Cornell factory in the morning, with additional training or seminars in the afternoon.
Breakfast and lunch are provided both days. Download the Pump School brochure for more information about Cornell's Pump School.