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Canadian Mining and Power Operator Utilizes Hydraulic Submersible Pumps in Unique Applications Cornell’s Hydraulic Submersible 6NNT Pumps Put to the Test—and Deliver! Abrasive slurry, temperature swings of more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, remote locations…any of these things would test a pump system. A Canadian mining and power company faced all three obstacles to transfer solids… Read more »

Redi-Prime® Helps Uptime and Costs on a Slurry Pumping System

In 2011 a local mining operation in the Pacific Northwest approached a Cornell Distributor for a solution to recurring pump failure/maintenance issues. The mine had been using a leading manufacturer’s self-priming trash pump to move light slurry, with a specific gravity of 1.1, from a collection area to a silt clarifier. With a design flow… Read more »

Diamond Mine In Northern Territories Tests Dewatering Pumps

Cornell 16NHG22 Redi-Prime® Pumps Move 2.6 Billion Gallons of Water in Seven Weeks. Diamonds are among the most expensive items by volume in the world. Finding where they are is usually difficult; extracting them can be even more difficult. In the far Canadian North, a diamond consortium was investigating promising geological formations for diamond deposits…. Read more »

Canadian Distributor Puts Sp Slurry Pump To The Test

The new Cornell SP slurry series was tested in both the lab and the field. Cornell knew the pump was tough, surviving 1500 hours of lab testing, where the volute on the 4 inch Slurry Pump was polished and dented in more than 200 locations by a stream of 30 percent silica sand changed every… Read more »

Tomato Plant Relies on Self-Primers to Make the Sauce

Food Processing Company swaps out “unreliable, dangerous, and cumbersome,” electrical submersibles for Cornell 6ST. While displaying Cornell pumps at the Sacramento Food processing show, The Cornell distributor for Central California was approached by the maintenance team from a well-known tomato processing facility in Stockton, California. This plant processes thousands of tons of tomatoes during the… Read more »