Cornell Pump will be exhibiting at the NW Food and Beverage World 2019, through Wednesday, January 16. Exposition is at the Oregon Convention Center.
See Arctic King refrigeration pumps, Cornell hot oil pumps, hydro transport pumps, and waste water pumps at the show. Cornell is at booth #743.
Cornell Pump wishes all our distributors, end-users, vendors, and other partners a very happy holiday season!
Cornell will be closed on Monday, December 24 and Tuesday, December 25 , to celebrate Christmas. We will reopen on Wednesday, December 26 at 7:00 a.m. PST.
Best wishes for a great holiday!
Over 150 Cornell employees and guests gathered in downtown Portland last weekend to celebrate the holidays.
All enjoyed a fine meal with colleagues, and everyone could spin to win prizes such as gift cards, google home assistants, Portland-based Shun knives, and more. Plus, every employee received a Christmas bonus.
Service awards were presented to those with millstone anniversaries, such as five, 10, 20 years, etc., at Cornell Pump. Larry McVicker was recognized for 30 years with Cornell! Congratulations to Larry.
Cornell has grown by more than 60 employees in the last 18 months, and we also have many long-serving employees like Larry. It’s a great place to have a career. If you are interested in opportunities here at Cornell, please check out our employment opportunities.
Cornell’s popular toolkit is now available in metric sizing as well as imperial units. A mobile application that helps users determine TDH, friction loss, and NPSH, the toolkit also suggests the Cornell pumps that would best meet entered conditions.
The Cornell Metric Toolkit app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play. Metric version is now available in addition to the imperial units application that has been used extensively for several years.
The easy way to tell the applications apart ( in addition to units): Imperial units sizing background is blue, and the metric version is green.
On Saturday, December 8, Santa Claus paid a special visit to Cornell Pump Company. Handing out toys to nearly 60 children of Cornell employees, Santa delighted the young ones. Everyone enjoyed a scrumptious breakfast from Chris Cakes NW. His signature pancake toss delighted the audience; he flipped pancakes off the grill onto waiting plates held by attendees up to 20 feet away.
There were craft activities to for the children to make their own Christmas ornaments, and everyone could get a photo with Santa.
Cornell is exhibiting at The 124th annual American Exploration & Mining Show in Spokane,WA. The show runs through noon on Friday.
Stop by to see Cornell at booth #615.
Cornell Pump’s Cyclone Vertical Turbine is being considered as a new product of distinction at the Irrigation Association show.
Cornell Pump’s Agricultural Market Manager Bob Jansen is making the case that Cornell’s Cyclone Vertical Turbine Pump series should be selected as best new agricultural irrigation product for 2018. The IA Show, held in Long Beach, California officially opens exposition tomorrow, but judging is held today.
Up against more than 40 other submissions from all around the world, Cornell is excited to be selected as a new product worthy of consideration.
To learn more about our high efficiency short-set vertical turbines visit our website’s section on clear liquid pumps.
We hope that you enjoy this holiday to spend time with family and friends. We will be closed on November 22nd and 23rd so that our employees can celebrate with their families. Our offices will be open again on Monday, November 26th, 2018. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
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.
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.