Cornell pumps are designed and engineered for the most rugged and demanding installations. Cornell pumps have been designed and manufactured to exacting standards since 1946 in Portland, OR. In the oil and gas industry Cornell pumps are used heavily in hydraulic fracturing for unprecedented up-time, reliability, and efficiency.
Application StoriesCycloseal System
Learn about the innovative Cycloseal® System from Cornell Pump and how it extends the life of your pump seals.Cornell’s Hydraulic Fracturing Water Transfer Pumps bring the Power
In Alberta Oil Shale, Cornell bests competitors’ pumps with the MX6822 An Alberta oil field service company providing water transfer services, mostly supplying frac water, had purchase some 6” pumps from a Cornell competitor. After the oil field company put them in service, they realized they did not produce the volume and pressure required to… Read more »New 8NHG19 Pump Hits Sweet Spot for Flow and Head
New Pump features 7,000 GPM, 625’ of head, and 82 Percent Efficiency! As oil companies push to establish more wells for increased US production, the demand moves toward more flows and higher pressure to maintain adequate water supply at multiple hydraulic fracturing sites. Often companies are limited by pipe size, since they have lay the… Read more »On Fire for Morocco – 4HC
4HC Redi-Prime® Engine Mount 18DB-3 pump serve as heart of firefighting equipment in oil refinery. After a devastating flood on the Maleh river, a Mohammedia, Morocco based oil refinery had more than brackish water to clean up—the ensuing flood had sparked a serious fire in the refinery’s storage area. Shaken by the devastation, the… Read more »6822Mx High Head Pump Replaces Lower Head Water Transfer Pump
Saves Money on Energy and Maintenance Expenses: A Gulf Coast based pump supplier of Cornell, one of the leading suppliers to the shale fracturing industry, had a customer that faced piping hydraulic fracturing water transfer with multiple pumps. New Cornell pumps helped pump more efficiently with lower fuel costs. The company operated six miles of… Read more »