Month: December 2013

Unique Rental Company Employs Cornell Pumps for Leasing Program

Helps increase sugar mill yields by 50 percent, while reducing fuel and maintenance costs. More than 90 percent of sugar cane mills in Guatemala employ Cornell pumps in their irrigation systems. Since making inroads in the 1970’s, Cornell’s reputation as a premium quality product with high efficiencies and low cost of ownership has pushed adoption… Read more »

Clogging Pump Station Needs Innovative Approach

Cornell and partners tested various Cornell cutter variations to help alleviate ragging; new hybrid cutter—auger worked best. A Southwest Washington water district started a waste water management system to address the needs of 77,500 residents. The system has a pump station with 18.4 mgd capacity at 200’ TDH. Shortly after being placed in service in… Read more »