Cornell has been designing and manufacturing pumps for municipal projects for decades. In the Pacific Northwest—where our factory started and remains today—there was concerted push for river dams to help alleviate flooding like the 1948 Vanport flood in Oregon that destroyed housing for 20,000 residents and tragically killed 15. Throughout the 50’s and early 1960’s… Read more »
Come See Cornell Pump At ConExpo, on the shows opening Day. We’re in booth # B91323 through Saturday. Learn about Cornell Co-Pilot , see our expanded SM pump line, and enter to win DJI mavic mini drone and more.
Come visit Cornell Pump at the ConExpo 2020, in Las Vegas, Nevada from Tuesday, March 10 through Saturday, March 14, 2020! We’ll be at Booth # B91323 in the Bronze Hall. CONEXPO-CON/AGG is North America’s largest construction trade show. Held every three years in Las Vegas, this massive event features the latest equipment advances and… Read more »
Visit Cornell Pump at SME 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona. Our booth number is 1429. We are showing off the 6612T and 8NNW cutaway pumps , as well as our telemetric pump monitoring system, Cornell Co-Pilot. Visit to see efficient by design at work!
Nick Ivers named International Sales Manager for Cornell Pump: Brings agricultural, oil, construction, and industrial pump experience, language ability, and international background to the position Clackamas, Oregon – February 1, 2020 – Cornell Pump is pleased to announce Nick Ivers has been appointed as the International Sales manager, with responsibilities for all product lines, including… Read more »
Cornell Pump is hosting a pump school in Cordele, Georgia for agricultural, industrial, and rental end users and distributors. More than 60 attendees are learning hydraulics, installation and care, pump maintenance and more over two days. If you are interested in learning about pump hydraulics, consider attending Cornell’s upcoming annual Pump School, held in Portland,… Read more »
Cornell Pump will be holding a two-day regional pump school in Georgia on Tuesday, January 28th and Wednesday, January 29th. Held at Lake Blackshear Resort, the school will feature basic hydraulics on Tuesday and on site pump rebuild on Wednesday. Hours are 8 am to 5 pm Tuesday, and 8am to noon on Wednesday. Meant… Read more »
Cornell Pump will be closed Wednesday, January 1, 2020. We’ll reopen on Thursday, January 2, regular business hours.
Cornell Pump is happy to be partnering with our distributor Gierlich-Mitchell on two pump schools in Northern California. Yesterday, we were in Union City, and today(12/18/19), we are in Sacramento for wastewater-centric training. We’ll be training more than 120 operators and engineers through the events. If you’re interested in Cornell training, we will be hosting our annual… Read more »
The last two weekends, Cornell Pump has had some great holiday events! On Saturday the 7th, we had Santa day, where more than 70 children of Cornell employees got to talk with Santa, get a special present they had requested, get their picture taken, plus have a scrumptious holiday breakfast. Cornell employees enjoyed their annual… Read more »