cornell pump company submersible pump

SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS

Cornell's Submersible pumps maintain superb operating efficiencies and are coupled with premium efficient motors. All come standard with heavy walled volutes for extended life under abrasive service. Cornell’s auto-coupling system includes a cast iron discharge elbow, bronze guide claw flange, and Stainless Steel upper and intermediate guide rail brackets for high quality Non-spark operation available.


Enclosed Impeller Pumps

  • 2, 3, and 4 vane Solids handling pumps for 2” and larger spherical Solids
  • 4" through 18" discharge size
  • Flows to 20,000 GPM and Heads to 450 feet

Delta Series Impeller

  • For stringy material, rags, and other difficult Solids handling applications
  • 4" through 10" discharge size
  • Flows to 5000 GPM and Heads to 400 feet

Chopper Pumps

  • Heavy Duty pumps with cutting action
  • 4" through 6" discharge size
  • Flows to 2500 GPM and Heads to 185 feet

Features and Benefits

  • Available in a wide range of head and flow ratings
  • Capacities from 80 GPM to 20,000 GPM
  • Heads from 10 feet to 350 feet
  • Heavy walled volutes for extended life under abrasive service
  • Replaceable wear rings and back pull-out design for ease of maintenance
  • The Cornell auto-coupling system is designed with safety and serviceability as the number one priority
  • UL listed explosion proof, high efficient, premium efficient, inverter duty, non explosion proof and dry-pit submersible motors available
  • Explosion proof motors have permanently numbered, non-wicking leads potted into a separate cable cap to prevent leakage to the stator
  • Solids capacity from 3" to 5" on the full line of Cornell submersible pump

Applications

  • Sewage lift stations
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Storm water reclamation



Technical Data Sheets (.pdf)

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