How much paint goes on a pump? Cornell Pump’s painter Steve Janz (shown in the paint booth below) says most pumps get about 32oz (about a liter) of paint. That’s on a typical 6” or 8” pump. Depending on priming and size of pump, the amount can be as high as two gallons (~7.5 liters)… Read more »
Month: December 2016
Cornell Pump extends our warmest Holiday wishes to all our customers and business partners around the world. During the holiday season, Cornell will be closed on the upcoming days: December 26th in observance of Christmas January 2nd in observance of New Years
Cornell recently added a 10” pump to our popular STX Self Priming Line. The 10STX seen here getting photographed for our revised self-priming brochures and data sheets. We’re excited where this distinctive looking self-primer fits in our line. Along with other self-primers in 8”,6”,4”, 3” and 2”, the 10STX offers a high efficiency solution to… Read more »
Every year, Santa pays a special visit to the children of Cornell Pump employees. They gather for a hearty breakfast and wait for the jolly old elf to arrive, and distribute presents. This year, children ranging in age from 2 months to 17 years old, got a present and a chance to sit with Santa…. Read more »
Join Cornell Pump at the American Exploration and Mining Association (AEMA) Show in Reno, NV. The show runs through Friday, with hours from 9: 00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday and 9:00 am. To 12:00 p.m. on Friday. Cornell is displaying our new SM slurry model as well as our filter feed solution at… Read more »
Visit Cornell Pump at Booth #1209 at Irrigation Association (IA) expo in Las Vegas. We’re exhibiting through Thursday, December 8 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. See the redesigned 2C Edge End Gun booster on display as well as our popular RB and V series pumps. Learn more about Cornell Pump’s agricultural lines.
Cornell Pump gathered 150 new clothing items for JOIN PDX, to help clothe the temporarily homeless in warm clothes for the winter. As if on cue, Portland had its first snowy day in more than year as the hats, scarves, gloves, warm socks, jackets, and long underwear were delivered to the non-profit. In all, there… Read more »