Recent NewsLearn How Shafts are Made at Pump School
Ever wonder how a piece of metal gets turned into a precision Cornell Pump shaft? This video vignette shown on our Pump School tours, gives a glimpse of how the shafts are made. If you attend Pump School 2017 you can see the shaft cell, assembly area, paint booth, test lab, and much more on… Read more »Centrifugal Pump Curve Classifications
There are four basic types of pump curve shapes that you will usually find for centrifugal pumps: Gradually rising – the most common type Steep – probably the second most common type Flat Drooping Let’s talk about the pros and cons of each of these. If you start on the right side (maximum capacity) of… Read more »Kindle Fire Winner at RETA Show
Eric Rice of Industrial Refrigeration Services in Visalia, CA is the proud winner of Cornell Pump’s Kindle Fire Raffle at RETA 2016. Congratulations Eric! If you didn’t happen to attend RETA this year, you can still learn about Cornell Pump’s Arctic King series. Prominently featured at the show, the Arctic King offers operation at 1,200/1800… Read more »Centex Visit
CENTEX Africa had a contingent of pump professionals in for a Pump School the last couple days. Classroom presentations from Cornell Pumps PE certified engineers, as well as knowledgeable sales staff, was augmented by hands on learning in the factory. Cornell Pump is getting ready for Pump School 2017 in January. You can learn about pump… Read more »Replacing Packing in a Pump
Ever wondered how best to replacing packing in a pump? Wondered about the right alignment for a lantern ring? Cornell Pump helps end users address these maintenance issues in the latest edition of our how-to video series. Our video channel includes numerous other videos on the operation, maintenance, and features/benefits of Cornell pumps.