Cornell Pump has a mobile app to help calculate system flow and select pumps. Powerful, with detailed pump curves and pump recommendations, the mobile app can be used to calculate: Total Dynamic Head Net Positive Suction Head Friction Loss As well as Save and share your calculations Suggest pumps from Cornell’s robust and efficient catalog… Read more »
There are four basic types of pump curve shapes that you will usually find for centrifugal pumps: Gradually rising – the most common type Steep – probably the second most common type Flat Drooping Let’s talk about the pros and cons of each of these. If you start on the right side (maximum capacity) of… Read more »
Download brochures and product literature in PDF format. For printed materials, contact a Cornell regional sales manager. Market Brochures Product Brochures Booklets and Guides Application Sheets Data Sheets Pump data sheets are accessible through the applicable pump product pages.
Pump Flo is an online and desktop pump selection software that allows users to input conditions and compare pumps on operating efficiency, impeller trim, NPSHR, flow, HP, and other characteristics. Offered to Cornell distributors, end-users, and potential customers, the software can be used to across single pumps, pumps in series, or in fully manually selections…. Read more »
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Literature Access all current Cornell Pump Company literature, including pump data sheets, market brochures, product line brochures, application sheets, handbooks, and other materials. E-Catalog Search or browse Cornell’s mobile-friendly eCatalog to view/download pump curves and drawings. Search by model and browse by model or application. View PDFs online or download to your device. Mobile Toolkit… Read more »