Cornell Pump gathered 150 new clothing items for JOIN PDX, to help clothe the temporarily homeless in warm clothes for the winter. As if on cue, Portland had its first snowy day in more than year as the hats, scarves, gloves, warm socks, jackets, and long underwear were delivered to the non-profit.
In all, there more than 600 pairs of socks, 10 warm jackets, 50 pair of underwear, 20 long johns and much more given by Cornell Pump employees.
JOIN will use the donations as they work to move homeless off the street into permanent housing. JOIN helped 806 individuals—more than 100 families—in 2015, and expects a continued need in 2016 and beyond.
Cornell Pump employees pick a non-profit recipients of employee philanthropy. Past recipients have included the American Heart Association and Toys for Tots.
Cornell Pump is looking forward to more holiday events, including Santa’s visit with Cornell employees’ children.
Our offices will be closed on November 24th and 25th for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will be back on Monday the 28th. Have a wonderful holiday!
Cornell Employees enjoyed Thanksgiving festivities on November 17, 2016. Wonderful barbecue from Bad Bones BBQ featured succulent turkey and brisket, and along with crowd-pleasing bacon topped mac-n-cheese.
Cornell is thankful to our distributors, dealers, and end users for the opportunity to work with you and provide the world’s most robust and efficient centrifugal pumps.
Ron Aceto, Municipal Market Manager explains NPSH during today’s school.
Cornell Pump, in conjunction with Phoenix Pumps, Inc. is training 40 participants today at a Regional Pump school. Designed to provide instruction on pump hydraulics, installation, operation, and best practices, the Regional School is based on information we present at Cornell’s annual Pump School. There will be another session in Phoenix tomorrow—if you can’t make that but are interested in pump school, consider Pump School 2017, held in Portland, Oregon on January 24 and 25, 2017. The school offers classroom and hands on training, and is a great value at $175.00 –or as low as $95.00 as a guest of a distributor.
Learn more about Pump School 2017.
Cornell Pump thanks all veterans and those military members currently on active duty for their service, every day and especially on Veterans Day.
Take a quiz to test your pump knowledge. If you like learning about pumps, Cornell Pump School 2017 is less than three months away! You’ll be exposed to information in this quiz and much more at the training program more than 12,000 pump professionals have taken since 1949. Held in beautiful Portland, Oregon, the school offers two days of instruction and hand-on training. Find out more about Pump School 2017.
Take the five-question quiz here
And look at our blog for two other quizzes we’ve already published!
Ken in our assembly shop dressed up today in his 90’s vintage Cornell attire. Even on the last day of the month when the shop guys are working hard to get promised orders out, they know how to have fun!
All our Customers and Business Partners are a Treat to work with! Have fun and stay safe tonight.
Cornell Pump was honored to give a refrigeration maintenance presentation to the Refrigeration Engineers and Technicians Association (RETA) chapter in the Tri Cities (Washington). Cornell Application engineer and an assembler went over the proper maintenance for our open (CB) series and hermetic (Arctic King) series.
Learn more about the refrigeration series here on the Cornell website. There is even a troubleshooting guide for the CB series.
If you’d like to attend a great classroom and hands on event, where you learn like the RETA chapter, consider Pump School 2017. Two days of great instruction that will benefit new and experience pump operators alike.
Some Cornell Pump SP series pumps are shipping out today.
Photos show a 4SP with a Redi-Prime® and Run Dry system and 3SP with belt guard.
Read more about the SP series, Redi-Prime, and Run Dry Systems in related brochures.