More than 70 people (every seat filled) training at the City of Houston. Ron Aceto and Jason Davidson training operators and engineers. We’re happy to provide training on centrifugal pumps at lunch and learns, regional schools, and other trainings.
Application StoriesCornell Pump: Helping Irrigate California’s Central Valley
While California may be getting lot of winter rain currently, it is always good to plan for irrigation later in the growing season. Shown is typical pump station in California’s Central Valley. A Cornell 4RB-25 pump is on the system, producing flow of about 500 gallons per minute. This system can irrigate with either well… Read more »Pump School 2017 Starts Today
Cornell Pump welcomed nearly 175 people to Pump School 2017 for two days of intensive training focusing on a range of topics from pump selection to ragging and solids handling. Pump School continues through Wednesday, January 25, 2017. Attendees have the opportunity to tour the factory, see our test lab in operation, and receive training on… Read more »Santa Joins Cornell Pump Employees for Breakfast, Photos
Every year, Santa pays a special visit to the children of Cornell Pump employees. They gather for a hearty breakfast and wait for the jolly old elf to arrive, and distribute presents. This year, children ranging in age from 2 months to 17 years old, got a present and a chance to sit with Santa…. Read more »Cornell Pump School in Phoenix, Arizona
Cornell Pump, in conjunction with Phoenix Pumps, Inc. is training 40 participants today at a Regional Pump school. Designed to provide instruction on pump hydraulics, installation, operation, and best practices, the Regional School is based on information we present at Cornell’s annual Pump School. There will be another session in Phoenix tomorrow—if you can’t make… Read more »Cornell’s Energy Efficiency Can Pay back in Months
For more than 70 years, Cornell pumps have been among the most efficient in the industry. Our engineers take care in designing robust pumps with excellent hydraulics. The efficiency difference can be significant though—the Cornell 6RB pump, with 88% efficiency, has a Brake Horse Power of 124 versus another manufacturer’s pump at 78% efficiency and 139.9… Read more »