A large tomato grower in Central California was having issues with pumps that were being run unattended. Without someone there to watch the pumps continuously, they run into operational problems. The fleet of several dozen pumps would see intermittent cavitation, causing pump damage. Bearing failures were another issue. Frequently, debris would enter the pump suction… Read more »
Diagnosis and correcting an old problem with new tools: Industrial Internet of Things Pump Monitoring The Problem: For decades pump rental companies have wondered how customers have been utilizing pumps in the field. A pump rental company began using Cornell Co-Pilot to monitor pumps to answer that question in late 2019. The company had only… Read more »
A Cornell distributor is installing several Cornell 8NHTA pumps in Northern Colorado. They are preparing for a start-up of water pipeline feeding a hydraulic fracking field. Download our water transfer pumps brochure for more information about these pumps.
Much Better Up Time and $50K Flush Water Cost savings per year A sugar cane producer in Hawaii was having issues with previously installed slurry pumps, transporting wastewater through a production plant. The liquid was abrasive, and the customer used rubber-lined slurry pumps to deal with the sugar’s and plant fiber material’s tendency to scour… Read more »
Ron Aceto, Cornell Pump Municipal Market manager was a feature article author in the September 2017 edition of Pumps&Systems Magazine. Ron’s article examines Cornell’s various approaches to fouling, ragging, and plugging, and how three generations of cutters with rotating and stationary elements address the task. Read the Article on the Pumps&Systems Website The article offers… Read more »
Italian-based Cornell Pump distributor Euromacchine has set up four Cornell 6HH pumps to provide irrigation from a lake in Bulgaria. Using a Valley Pivot irrigation system, the pumps are set two each in series, with a capacity of 4750 GPM/ 300 l/s, and pressure of 12 bar. Using Iveco 6 Cly Turbo engines, the pumps… Read more »
While California may be getting lot of winter rain currently, it is always good to plan for irrigation later in the growing season. Shown is typical pump station in California’s Central Valley. A Cornell 4RB-25 pump is on the system, producing flow of about 500 gallons per minute. This system can irrigate with either well… Read more »
Ever wondered how best to replacing packing in a pump? Wondered about the right alignment for a lantern ring? Cornell Pump helps end users address these maintenance issues in the latest edition of our how-to video series. Our video channel includes numerous other videos on the operation, maintenance, and features/benefits of Cornell pumps.
Cornell Pump produces how-to videos, explaining successful ways to operate and maintain pumps. We recently added a short video on how to install and remove a wear ring. Many of our pumps employ wear rings, and this method can safely and effectively help you change them. Watch the new video below: Our video page includes numerous… Read more »
Possible Reasons/Scenarios in Which to Use Pumps in Series: When a wide range of flow is required When the pumps discharge into a common manifold When the system head requirement is greater than can be supplied by one pump When system pressure requirements vary Keys to using pumps in series: Same flows, heads are… Read more »