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Cornell Pump: Helping Irrigate California’s Central Valley

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 »

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Literature Access all current Cornell Pump Company literature, including pump data sheets, market brochures, product line brochures, application sheets, handbooks, and other materials. E-Catalog Search or browse Cornell’s mobile-friendly eCatalog to view/download pump curves and drawings. Search by model and browse by model or application. View PDFs online or download to your device. Mobile Toolkit… Read more »

Cornell History

The story of Cornell starts in 1946 when 5 people working at Pacific Pump Company decided to head out on their own. Having a complete service department, they became familiar with what most of the common pump failures were. Many motor failures came from pressure spikes during operation, overloading capacity and water related failures of the pump end motor bearings. With many parts in stock and facilities to fabricate the rest, Cornell would service any model of pump.

Rental

Rental pump package manufacturers worldwide rely on Cornell Pump Company for quality, efficient, OEM-ready pumps to use in their kits. Rental companies find the combination of low-maintenance, durability, and versatility integral to assuring customer satisfation. You’ll find our pumps on kits in tar sands, dewatering flood disasters, and on construction sites across the globe. Features such as Cornell’s Redi-Prime®, Cycloseal® and RunDry™ systems… Read more »

Refrigeration

Cornell’s liquid overfeed and transfer pumps are designed and manufactured specifically for industrial refrigeration applications. With over 35 years of proven experience and reliability, Cornell has established the highest industry standard for premium quality performance in meeting the demands of the industrial refrigeration marketplace. Our products are engineered to be rugged and dependable and each… Read more »

Oil and Gas

Cornell pumps are designed and engineered for the most rugged and demanding installations.  Cornell pumps have been designed and manufactured to exacting standards since 1946 in Portland, OR. In the oil and gas industry Cornell pumps are used heavily in hydraulic fracturing for unprecedented up-time, reliability, and efficiency. On Cornell Pumps for Oil & Gas Applications, look for… Read more »

Municipal

Municipal applications for clear water, waste water, and grey water are met with assurance by Cornell pumps. We’ve been involved in municipal installations since the 1950s — with our pumps serving in both permanent installations and temporary/emergency fixes. Our new cutter pump is especially efficient in reducing waste water ragging, leading to greater uptime, and a… Read more »

Mining

Cornell has delivered dependable, reliable, and efficient dewatering pumps for decades. Our pumps are up to the toughest challenge, whether it’s coarse abrasives, rapidly-changing water levels, high head requirements or a combination of factors. Our products are used successfully in long wall, traditional pier and beam, pit, and strip mining applications. On Mining pumps, the unique pushed-out… Read more »

Industrial

Cornell clear liquid and slurry pumps provide the reliability and inter-changeability demanded by industry. Since 1946 our innovative pump concepts have provided unmatched value and reliability. Cornell offers a multitude of pumps that can fit into existing systems. We’ll also work with you to create a custom system to satisfy your needs. Our technical and… Read more »

Food Process

Cornell introduced the first Hydro-Transport food process pump to the industry almost 40 years ago, and has maintained its reputation ever since with pumps that can transport a wide range of food items – from potatoes to tomatoes – with minimal damage. In addition to the P and PP series pumps, many other Cornell pumps… Read more »