Cornell is working with IPS to host regional pump schools in Joplin and Kansas City, Missouri, and Wichita, Kansas over the next three days. School is designed to be informative to operators, engineers, administrators , and others. For information about attending our two day pump school in Portland in September 2018, look here.
Month: October 2017
Application StoriesNSF-Certified Pumps
Cornell Pump is pleased to announce that 23 of Cornell’s clear liquid pump models have been certified to meet the NSF/ANSI 61 and 372 Certifications for lead content. These pumps can be specified in projects which require pumps to meet these strict certification levels. Features include: Discharge size from 1.25” to 8” (3cm to 20cm),… Read more »Throw Back Thursday – Pump School from the early 1950s
This picture is from the early days of Pump School. Company founder Clint Warren (back to camera at lectern) was leading the class. Since Cornell started pump schools in 1949, we have trained tens of thousands of participants on basic hydraulics, centrifugal pump operation, and pump troubleshooting. We’re celebrating 70 years of pump school this… Read more »Big Impeller
Cornell Pump sees thousands of impellers machined and balanced in the factory every year. Some are considerably bigger than others, though. This solids handling impeller is pictured next to a bronze impeller often used in our agricultural pumps for size comparison. It started out as 28″ in diameter (before trimming) and 19 1/4″ tall. Also… Read more »Cornell Company Picnic, 2019
Cornell employees enjoyed a great family picnic on Saturday, August 3rd at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI). More than 200 attendees enjoy the picnic, raffle prizes, great weather, and all that OMSI had in store for families. The highlight was The Science Behind PIXAR, which delved into how PIXAR generates all their wonderful… Read more »Pump-Flo Update
Cornell Pump employs Pump-Flo as a pump selection software tool that allows registered users to select and compare pumps for applications. The program is free, and only requires that the user register in order to access this valuable information. On Wednesday, July 10, 2019, Cornell Pump updated the desktop version of Pump-Flo with new pump… Read more »