Markets

Municipal

Municipal applications for clear water, waste water, and grey water are met with assurance by Cornell pumps. We’ve been involved in municipal installations since the 1950s — with our pumps serving in both permanent installations and temporary/emergency fixes. Our new cutter pump is especially efficient in reducing waste water ragging, leading to greater uptime, and a… Read more »

Mining

Cornell has delivered dependable, reliable, and efficient dewatering pumps for decades. Our pumps are up to the toughest challenge, whether it’s coarse abrasives, rapidly-changing water levels, high head requirements or a combination of factors. Our products are used successfully in long wall, traditional pier and beam, pit, and strip mining applications. On Mining pumps, the unique pushed-out… Read more »

Industrial

Cornell clear liquid and slurry pumps provide the reliability and inter-changeability demanded by industry. Since 1946 our innovative pump concepts have provided unmatched value and reliability. Cornell offers a multitude of pumps that can fit into existing systems. We’ll also work with you to create a custom system to satisfy your needs. Our technical and… Read more »

Food Process

Cornell introduced the first Hydro-Transport food process pump to the industry almost 40 years ago, and has maintained its reputation ever since with pumps that can transport a wide range of food items – from potatoes to tomatoes – with minimal damage. In addition to the P and PP series pumps, many other Cornell pumps… Read more »

Agriculture

Cornell began manufacturing pumps for agriculture when the company launched in 1946. Since that time, Cornell engineers have continued to make improvements in pump design and function. Features unique to Cornell pumps, such as Cycloseal, Run-Dry®, and Redi-Prime®, allow Cornell pumps to handle the most demanding applications. These features, coupled with efficiencies up to 89%,… Read more »

Market Applications

Cornell Pump Company manufactures pumps for a wide variety of markets, addressing some of the most challenging of applications. From sugar fields in Central America, mines in Australia, and wastewater stations in Europe, the pumping requirements may change, but the basic Cornell values stay the same: unmatched performance, robust design, global support, and an in-depth… Read more »

Mining Application Is No Wooden Nickel In Colombia

Secret To The Success — Cycloseal® And Efficiency Cornell has been active in the agricultural and municipal markets throughout Colombia, South America for a couple decades. Working to convince mining companies of the ultimate price savings of installing premium products with lower operational and maintenance costs has been challenging, however. In 2011, Cornell’s Colombian distributor was… Read more »

Creek Water Re-Routed For Pollution Cleanup

EPA Project Uses Cornell Pumps To Re-Route Portage Creek During Soil Decontamination The Problem: A community in Southwest Michigan had discovered severe PCB contamination in a creek flowing through the city. A nearby paper mill, long since closed down, was suspected as the source. The Solution: The EPA Region 5 commissioned a project to by-pass… Read more »

Unique Rental Company Employs Cornell Pumps for Leasing Program

Helps increase sugar mill yields by 50 percent, while reducing fuel and maintenance costs. More than 90 percent of sugar cane mills in Guatemala employ Cornell pumps in their irrigation systems. Since making inroads in the 1970’s, Cornell’s reputation as a premium quality product with high efficiencies and low cost of ownership has pushed adoption… Read more »

Clogging Pump Station Needs Innovative Approach

Cornell and partners tested various Cornell cutter variations to help alleviate ragging; new hybrid cutter—auger worked best. A Southwest Washington water district started a waste water management system to address the needs of 77,500 residents. The system has a pump station with 18.4 mgd capacity at 200’ TDH. Shortly after being placed in service in… Read more »