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 »
Remote-controlled manure agitation boats can agitate an entire lagoon without tying up personnel and farm equipment and ensuring that the whole of the lagoon is evenly agitated. The boat uses a Cornell 6NHTB cutter pump.
Learn about the innovative Cycloseal® System from Cornell Pump and how it extends the life of your pump seals.
Cornell began manufacturing pumps for agriculture when the company launched in 1946. Since that time, Cornell engineers have continued to make improvements in pump design and function. Features unique to Cornell pumps, such as Cycloseal, Run-Dry®, and Redi-Prime®, allow Cornell pumps to handle the most demanding applications. These features, coupled with efficiencies up to 89%,… Read more »
When a large Guatemalan sugar cane producer was looking to purchase numerous diesel driven pumps, Cornell proved that efficiency does matter. A US-based engine packager was asked to provide a quote on ten (10) diesel pump packages capable of hitting a design point of 800 GPM at 280’ TDH. Cornell’s best selection was a 4HH-F16… Read more »
Cornell 3WH Helps Georgia Farmer’s Efficiency “Efficient By Design” is more than just a slogan at Cornell. It is a standard to which we hold ourselves. Cornell is the most efficient pump line on the market. With production costs increasing, cultivatable land decreasing, and world populations increasing; the US farmer has to produce more with… Read more »