Cornell Pump, along with most other manufacturers, send Operation and Maintenance (O&M) manuals out with pumps at the time of purchase. Our manuals are chock-full of good operational ideas and techniques for getting the best performance and longest life out of your rotating equipment. With more than 225 pump models across more than a dozen series, we have a lot of good information and specific manuals for pumps.
In other #TuesdayTips, we’ll delve into specific portions of the manuals, such as when and how to lubricate pumps, start-up best practices, troubleshooting, and more.
For this Tuesday, the tip though is—keep your O&M manual in a place where you easily reference it!
If you have misplaced your manual, you can contact Cornell Pump for a replacement copy. Ideally, we request your pump model and serial number, to get you an exact match for your pump, but we can work with you if you are not able to find that information. You can send requests for manuals through Cornell’s contact form on our website.
Break out your manual to follow along with future tips! (And because it’s a good practice to keep it handy to answer questions as they arise.)