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 to see Co-Pilot, cutter pumps, NSF certified pumps, immersible pumps, and more.
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 the years, and celebrate the 70th anniversary this year.
We’ll be back again in September 2020 with another pump school. Look for details in about a month on the Cornell Pump website.
Our offices and factory will re-open on Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019. Have a great weekend!
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.
- Discharge size from 1.25” to 8” (3cm to 20cm),
- Flows from 30 GPM to near 6,000 GPM (7 to 1,360 m3/h)
- Heads from 40’ to over 500’ (12.2 to 152m)
- NPSHr as low as 4’ (1.22 m)
- High-efficiency design to save energy costs
- Cycloseal® Sealing system
- Two-year warranty
Uses for NSF Pumps
Municipal: potable water applications to transfer water from rivers, wells, and reservoirs to treatment facilities, intra-facility, and to end-users. Useful in retrofits to abate lead and other contaminant issues, the pumps are also applicable in agricultural irrigation where lead content is regulated.
Industrial: potable water applications in industrial plants, to transfer water into factories, where no lead content can be added. Also for pump-treated or pre-treatment waste streams out of factories, to avoid introducing lead into the watershed or municipal treatment facilities. Additionally, they can be used in food packing applications where liquid with product is required to meet lead-free standards.
Rental: The pumps are useful in rental applications where certification alleviates the concern over the pump’s potential for contributing to lead contamination.
Visit the new NSF Pumps page on the Cornell website for more information, including a brochure and a list of all certified pump models and datasheets.
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 year—Pump School is sold out for 2019, however you can request to be put on a waiting list.
Cornell Pump is supporting a distributor at the 35th annual Tri-State Seminar in Las Vegas. Aimed at water and waste water professionals in Arizona, Nevada, and California, the show is a great place to showcase our solutions for waste water such as cutters and N-series pumps. Our 23 models of NSF certified pumps have also proven very interesting to attendees. The Seminar runs through August 8th at the South Point Hotel & Casino.
Learn more about our municipal pumps.
Cornell Pump sees thousands of impellers machined and balanced in the factory every year. Some are considerably bigger than others, though. This solids handling impeller is pictured next to a bronze impeller often used in our agricultural pumps for size comparison. It started out as 28″ in diameter (before trimming) and 19 1/4″ tall. Also notice the 12″/ 30cm ruler in front of the impeller for reference.
Cornell makes impellers that can handle more than a 10″/ 26cm solid, with flows over 38,000 GPM/ 8600 m3/h. Many of our brochures list types of impellers available, and all of our data sheets show impeller materials and trims available. You can find most of our brochures here on the Cornell Website.
Cornell employees enjoyed a great family picnic on Saturday, August 3rd at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI). More than 200 attendees enjoy the picnic, raffle prizes, great weather, and all that OMSI had in store for families. The highlight was The Science Behind PIXAR, which delved into how PIXAR generates all their wonderful animated characters using science, technology, engineering, art, and math concepts.
Everyone enjoyed the camaraderie and getting better acquainted with co-workers’ families.
Cornell Pump employs Pump-Flo as a pump selection software tool that allows registered users to select and compare pumps for applications. The program is free, and only requires that the user register in order to access this valuable information.
On Wednesday, July 10, 2019, Cornell Pump updated the desktop version of Pump-Flo with new pump curves. If you use the desktop version, please download the update installer from the Cornell website.
If you use the web-based version of Pump Flo, the program is updated automatically for you. The desktop version can be used offline, in situations such as airplanes without Wi-Fi, but it requires a download onto the user’s computer, and periodic updates to the data when new information is added.
Thousands of Cornell Pump’s distributors and end-users work with Pump Flo frequently, to make the right selection for their application. Learn more at www.cornellpump.com/pump-flo/.
Cornell Pump Closed on Thursday, July 4th
Limited Operations on Friday, July 5th
Cornell Pump will be closed in observance of Independence Day on Thursday, July 4th. We wish all our employees, distributors, end users, and friends a safe and happy holiday.
Our factory will be closed on Friday, July 5. However, we will have limited staffing on that day, in order to respond to emergency requests.
We’ll be back to regular hours on Monday, July 8, 2019.