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 »
The Irrigation Association show is being held in Las Vegas, Nevada. We’re in Booth I-526, and are promoting our Cyclone Vertical Turbine series and the Cornell Co-Pilot pump monitoring system. We’re also at the American Exploration and Mining Assocation show in Reno, Nevada. Booth #336. We are promoting mine dewatering pumps at this show.
Our factory and office will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 28th, 2019. We hope that you have a wonderful holiday and look forward to serving our customers when we are open again on Monday, December 2nd.
Cornell Pump employees sat down together to celebrate Thanksgiving 2019 on Thursday November 21. All enjoyed Southern BBQ, including smoked beef brisket, BBQ’ed chicken, and pulled pork heaped on plates along with BBQ beans, coleslaw, and finished up with pecan and pumpkin pies. We’re thankful to work for an industry-leading company, thankful for great distributors… Read more »
Cornell’s distributors are again doing great trainings! Our Southern California distributor trained more than115 engineers and operators at a California Water Environment Association (CWEA) event in San Diego. The group reviewed basic hydraulics, ragging and plugging, and other topics germane to waste water treatment. If your looking for great training, the Cornell Pump School 2020… Read more »
Cornell’s Arctic King and Open Drive Refrigeration technology featured extensively in a Process Cooling feature for October 2019. The article details the differences between open-drive, hermetic, and clear liquid refrigeration pumps. And it has handy troubleshooting guides for refrigeration and clear liquid pumps. Please read this engaging article on Process Cooling’s website.
Cornell Pump is training dozens of operators and engineers at our distributor, Phoenix Pumps, Inc. , in Arizona. A one day class was held Wednesday Oct 16, and another crop of students will learn today, October 17th, at PPI. Look for upcoming pump schools in Northern California, in Union City and Sacramento in December, or… Read more »