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Application StoriesCornell is at WEFTEC this week
Cornell Pump is exhibiting at WEFTEC 2019, in Chicago, Illinois. We’re featuring our new Co-Pilot Pump Monitor at the show. A telematic monitor, it allows users to check vibration, temperature, pressure, GPS location, and flow. Co-pilot reduces maintenance costs, is useful for predictive maintenance, and reduces the need to physically monitor a pump. Stop by booth #4443… Read more »Cornell Pump School 2019 celebrates 70 years of learning!
Cornell Pump’s annual pump school is underway today (Tuesday, September 17) and tomorrow. Over 200 attendees from 20 states and eight nations are learning, networking, and connecting at one of the pump industry’s longest running educational opportunities. Started in 1946, by Cornell Pump founder Clint Warren, pump schools have educated more than 12,000 participants over… Read more »Labor Day 2019
Our offices and factory will re-open on Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019. Have a great weekend!NSF-Certified Pumps
Cornell Pump is pleased to announce that 23 of Cornell’s clear liquid pump models have been certified to meet the NSF/ANSI 61 and 372 Certifications for lead content. These pumps can be specified in projects which require pumps to meet these strict certification levels. Features include: Discharge size from 1.25” to 8” (3cm to 20cm),… Read more »Throw Back Thursday – Pump School from the early 1950s
This picture is from the early days of Pump School. Company founder Clint Warren (back to camera at lectern) was leading the class. Since Cornell started pump schools in 1949, we have trained tens of thousands of participants on basic hydraulics, centrifugal pump operation, and pump troubleshooting. We’re celebrating 70 years of pump school this… Read more »