Cornell’s new instructional video explains how to replace a seal on a pump with a threaded impeller. Useful in manure, as well as some industrial and mining applications, the video can be viewed in conjunction with many of the other instructional videos on Cornell Pump’s YouTube channel. We cover a range of topics, from replacing… Read more »
Learn about the innovative Cycloseal® System from Cornell Pump and how it extends the life of your pump seals.
Pumps for the mining industry need to be especially rugged to deal with harsh abrasives and environmental conditions. Pumps from Cornell Pump Company last longer in mining applications compared to other pumps. Watch as two industry experts explain the advantages of using Cornell Pumps with Cycloseal® and Run-Dry™ in mining applications.
An Australian sand quarry began using a Cornell 6SP rubber-lined slurry pump in May of 2012, and it has run without a seal leak since! The sand quarry extracts approximately 50 tons per hour of materials that is fed through the Cornell 6SP as a slurry, which is then spun in a cyclone separator to… Read more »
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 »
Secret To The Success — Cycloseal® And Efficiency Cornell has been active in the agricultural and municipal markets throughout Colombia, South America for a couple decades. Working to convince mining companies of the ultimate price savings of installing premium products with lower operational and maintenance costs has been challenging, however. In 2011, Cornell’s Colombian distributor was… Read more »
The winters can be brutal in British Columbia, especially at 7000 feet up a mountain. A BC-based coal company had a problem with dewatering, and needed Canada Pump and Power to provide powerful pumps—QUICKLY! Even with the remote location 746 miles (1,200 Kilometers) from BC’s main coastal cities, Canada Pump and Power was able to… Read more »
Saves more than $30,000 annually through new installation efficiency and productive increases A large California construction company boasting more than 5000 employees had a seepage problem. As one of the top ten producers of both aggregate and sand/gravel products, the company wanted to extract aggregate from around a gravel pit that frequently filled with water,… Read more »
Canadian Mining and Power Operator Utilizes Hydraulic Submersible Pumps in Unique Applications Cornell’s Hydraulic Submersible 6NNT Pumps Put to the Test—and Deliver! Abrasive slurry, temperature swings of more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, remote locations…any of these things would test a pump system. A Canadian mining and power company faced all three obstacles to transfer solids… Read more »
In 2011 a local mining operation in the Pacific Northwest approached a Cornell Distributor for a solution to recurring pump failure/maintenance issues. The mine had been using a leading manufacturer’s self-priming trash pump to move light slurry, with a specific gravity of 1.1, from a collection area to a silt clarifier. With a design flow… Read more »