Cornell is working with IPS to host regional pump schools in Joplin and Kansas City, Missouri, and Wichita, Kansas over the next three days. School is designed to be informative to operators, engineers, administrators , and others. For information about attending our two day pump school in Portland in September 2018, look here.
Month: October 2017
Application StoriesMemorial Day 2019
Cornell Pump will be closed Monday, May 27, 2019, in observation of Memorial Day We honor the memory of service members, as well as their families, who sacrificed to protect the freedoms we enjoy. We will re-open at 7:00 a.m. PDT on Tuesday, May 28, 2019.Here is a post about French Fries.
Did you know every one of a famous fast food restaurant’s French fries goes through a Cornell pump? From sorting the potatoes through hydro-transport to flash cooking in hot oil, the fries are at their tasty best in part because of Cornell. Our line of food processing/ hot oil pumps allows products such as eggs,… Read more »Duane Hargis Retires
Great Lakes Regional Manager, Duane Hargis, retires from Cornell Pump today. Duane joined Cornell Pump in May of 2007, and has spent 12 years focused on municipal, industrial, mining, and rental accounts. With more than 40 years in the technical and equipment sales, Duane remarked he “saved the best for last.” We’re glad he enjoyed… Read more »DXB Pump & Power Articles in International Mining
Cornell Pump congratulates our distributor, DXB Pump and Power, on getting two articles in the March 2019 edition of International Mining. Focusing on a new line of packages designed for open pit mining, and DXB’s Stage V EU emission compliant pump sets (all featuring Cornell Pump wet ends), the articles talk about DXBs capabilities in… Read more »Cornell won’t make a fool of you!
It would be an April Fools’ Joke if Cornell Pump announced a centrifugal pump with 100’ feet of suction lift, no NPSH required, and head of 2000’. An impossibility. However, we do have some great performers that could test your credulity: Heads to 800’ (244m) in a single stage: MX series Working pressures up to… Read more »