Thank you to the Veterans

This Sunday, November 11, 2018 is Veteran’s day! In honor of our veterans here, Cornell served cupcakes made by  the local bakers at FAT cupcake. Please join us in saying THANK YOU to all the veterans out there.

Regional Pump School in San Leandro, California

Cornell Pump is happy to be working with the San Francisco section of the California Water Environment Association (CWEA), on a regional pump school in San Leandro, California.

More than 110 water and waste water professionals learned from Cornell Pump municipal market manager Ron Aceto and southwest regional manager Jason Davidson.

Roper Technologies on Motley Fool

Cornell Pump’s parent company Roper Technologies was featured on the Motley Fool (syndicated to Yahoo Finance and others), about Roper Technologies quarterly earnings. As part of the story, the image used for support was of an installation of Cornell pumps in a waste water treatment plant.

We are proud to have been a part of Roper Technologies since 1968. See more Cornell history on our timeline.

 

News Release – Nick Ivers, New SW Regional Manager

Nick Ivers named Southwest Agricultural Regional Manager for Cornell Pump

Brings agricultural, oil, construction, and industrial pump experience to the position

Clackamas, Oregon – October 22, 2018 – Cornell Pump is pleased to announce Nick Ivers has joined Cornell Pump as the Southwest Agricultural regional manager, with responsibilities for irrigation, farm dewatering, and manure in California, the desert Southwest, and the Mountain West.

Ivers has more than five years of experience in the pump industry, selling into the construction, agricultural, mining, and municipal markets. He has worked in business development, regional sales management, inside sales, and original equipment manufacturing.  Ivers has spent the last three years as a regional territory manager, increasing sales in his area by more than 175 percent.

Ivers joins Cornell Pump, as Cornell celebrates its 76th year as a leading agricultural pump company. He will support the continued roll-out of Cornell’s new agricultural series, Cyclone® Vertical Turbines, along with Edge End Gun boosters, robust manure pumps such as the 6819MPC, high flow/low head pumps, and other quality, American agricultural products.

“Nick is an asset to the sales team,” said Marcus Davi, Cornell Pump VP of Sales. “He has strong pump knowledge, coupled with technical skills, and problem-solving abilities that will help our customers, and ultimately Cornell, succeed. Nick will take on new opportunities here at Cornell, working in our longest-standing market, agricultural sales, in a very important territory for us.  I’m confident that he’ll be integral in providing high quality pumping solutions throughout the Southwest.”

Ivers’ new role has him responsible for agricultural distributor sales support and customer relations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.

Congratulations to Nick!

About Cornell Pump Company

Cornell Pump Company, is a Clackamas, Oregon based company that provides premium quality, efficient centrifugal pumps for industrial, agricultural, mining and municipal applications. Since 1946, Cornell Pump has engineered products to be rugged, durable, and dependable— efficient by design.  Cornell pumps are found in products and applications around the world.

Cornell Pump is a subsidiary of Roper Technologies, a diversified technology company that is a constituent of the S&P 500, Fortune 1000, and the Russell 1000 indices. For more information on Cornell, please call (503) 653-0330, or visit www.cornellpump.com

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Hydro Turbines – Throwback Thursday

Last week, we talked our current hydro turbine offerings. For Throwback Thursday, here are a couple images of our work on a Hydro Turbine project in Klamath Falls, Oregon in the 1950s.

Cornell has been making quality hydro turbines AND pumps for decades. Learn more about our history from the interactive timeline on our website.

Pump Flo Update – October, 2018

Pump Flo, the pump selection and pump curve software for Cornell Pump, was updated on Friday, October 12, 2018.

In the update, these pumps were added or modified:

Updated models:

  • 3RBVT
  • 6HVT
  • 6RBVT
  • 8STX
  • 8NNW

Removed models:

  • 6NHT
  • 8NNTL

If you are a user accessing Pump Flo from the online application, new pumps and curves will be automatically updated for you. If you use the downloadable version, please visit our website to update your software.

  • Go to the Cornell Pump Pump-Flo page
  • Click “Cornell Pump-Flo Update” to download the update
  • Unzip/extract the file, “cornell.exe”
  • Run the file cornell.exe to install the updated database in your existing Pump-Flo software

If you do not have the Pump-Flo desktop software on your computer, you can download the complete installation file with the current database.

  • Go to the Cornell Pump Pump-Flo page
  • Click “Cornell Pump-Flo Update” to download the update
  • Unzip/extract the file, “setup.exe”
  • Run the file “setup.exe” to install the pump-flo software and database.

Cornell Hydro Turbines

Cornell Pump featured Hydro Turbines at the recently-concluded WEFTEC 2018. Cornell has manufactured hydro turbines since the 1950’s, getting our start with the spate of hydro-electric projects in the Northwest at that time.

With more than 60 years of experience, Cornell Pump’s hydro turbines allow industrial plants, municipalities, and farmers/ranchers to tap available resources for energy recovery. They can use the available power as a revenue source, or as a means to reduce overall energy demand.

Our turbines operate at heads as lows as 50’ and flows as low as 90 GPM. To learn more about our offerings, visit our dedicated hydro turbine page, where you can download brochures, make some preliminary calculations on the energy you can generator (using the form in the hydro turbine brochure), and see the various mounting styles and configurations of the hydro turbines we offer.

Cornell exhibits at Reinke Irrigation Show

Once again, Cornell Pump’s blue tote bags were a hit at the Reinke Irrigation Dealer Convention.  Cornell regional managers and agricultural market manager talked with hundreds of dealers at the annual event.  Open to Reinke dealers, it was held in Spokane, Washington. Our tote giveaway is so popular, that even though we doubled the amount available, all the totes were given out in about an hour. We will bring even more of them next year, Reinke dealers!

You can visit our tradeshows and events page to see where we will have these popular giveways available.

Cornell Pump School Pump Assembly Training Video

Cornell wrapped up our Pump School 2018 about 10 days ago. During our morning factory sessions, we demonstrated the assembly of a clear water pump.

This video shows how the pump goes together and offers maintenance ideas, assembly tips, and also shows questions from audience members being answered.

While pump school in person is the best, this video can be a great help for mechanics, operators, and anyone who wants to see a pump being assembled.

And, it might inspire you to attend a  Cornell Pump training, like our Pump School 2019, on one of the numerous regional schools we hold around the country.

New Mobile Toolkit Available Soon

Cornell Pump has a mobile toolkit application that allows users to calculate TDH, friction loss, and NPSH. It also allows users to select Cornell Products that best match the calculated values, as well as save them for later reference, send them to a colleague, and request a quote from Cornell.

The mobile toolkit will be expanding in the next few weeks; we are currently beta testing a metric version.

The toolkit is available as an application on the Apple Store and on Google Play. When available in the next couple weeks, the metric version will be there as well. Find links to both of these here.