Possible Reasons/Scenarios in Which to Use Pumps in Series: When a wide range of flow is required When the pumps discharge into a common manifold When the system head requirement is greater than can be supplied by one pump When system pressure requirements vary Keys to using pumps in series: Same flows, heads are… Read more »
We will be closed on Monday, September 5th, 2016, for Labor Day. We will re-open with regular hours on Tuesday, September 6th, 2016. Have a great weekend!
See our complete line of Municipal Pumps, including: Waste Warrior Cutter – for aggressive ragging and plugging Immersible-up to 2 weeks submerged in 30′ of water N Series solid handling pumps – 2 to 30″ discharge; up to 10″ solids handling capabilities STX, STH, STL Self-Primers – wet prime for bypass and plant work Submersible – Over… Read more »
Incorporating information about all of our pump models, with application stories and data sheets more readily accessible, the website is also device optimized. It will be easier to view on your smart phone and tablet, and more useful on your desktop or laptop. Please look around www.cornellpump.com for all the changes that have been made;… Read more »
Red bull team stopped by Cornell Pump today. We’re already high energy, but appreciated the additional pick me up!
Cornell Pump, a recognized sponsor of the North American Manure Expo, is exhibiting at the show running through August 4 in London, Ohio at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center. Visit us at booth number #2, and see the exciting new 6819MPC, designed to handle a 3” solid with ease. The 6819MPC is available in hard… Read more »
Note: Cornell Pump Market Managers provide periodic articles to the blog, to discuss issues and developments and pump. The articles are meant to be more conversation and less technical, while still explaining important pumping concepts. In this edition, Cornell Pump Industrial Market Manager Derek Petersen discusses a method to determine suction lift. People always ask… Read more »
Note: Cornell Pump Market Managers provide periodic articles to the blog, to discuss issues and developments and pump. The articles are meant to be more conversation and less technical, while still explaining important pumping concepts. In this edition, Cornell Pump Agricultural Market Manager Bob Jansen discusses differences between packing and mechanical seals. Packing is the… Read more »
How well do you know pumps? Take the second in our quiz series to test your general centrifugal pump knowledge! Cornell Pump will be holding our annual pump school in January 2017. We normally hold the school in September, but this year we’re accommodating those who aren’t able to attend because of harvest, etc. The… Read more »