The largest construction trade show in North America, Con Expo 2023, features more than 1,800 exhibitors and more than 130,000 attendees. Cornell will be at Booth C32435 in the Central Hall. We’ll be showcasing our SM series of heavy-duty slurry pumps, with pressures up to 600 PSI. Learn more about the series here: https://www.cornellpump.com/site/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/BR_SLURRY_SM_SERIES.pdf And… Read more »
Cornell featured the new NNWH series of submersible cutter pumps at Manure Expo last week. If you didn’t get a chance to check out the pumps at the show, check out the 8NNWH and 10NNWH data sheets. The series’ features include: 8” and 10” discharge sizes Hydraulically driven Operates in lagoon or pit Fits into… Read more »
We are looking forward to the Food Northwest Process & Packaging Expo 2022, at the Oregon Convention Center, in Portland Oregon. Cornell will be exhibiting February 3rd and 4th at the show, in booth # 951. Show hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily. We’ll be highlighting our electro polish food pumps at the show. Check… Read more »
Cornell is exhibiting at the Irrigation Association (IA) Show in San Diego. Stop by Booth #903 to see agricultural pump offerings, plus new IIOT Flowmeters, Cornell Co-Pilot, and Cornell Pulse (up for IA’s new product of the year award).
Cornell Pump hybrid pumps are able to handle dirty water and viscous slurries. They can handle small solids and high operating pressures for up to 800′ of head. Hybrid pumps are ideal for applications in the mining, oilfield, and construction industries. Dewatering and water transfer are common uses for hybrid pumps. Related Literature
This wide swath of certified offerings allow heads from under 40’ to over 500’, flows from 30 GPM to near 6,000 GPM, PSI of 15.5 to 216, and a wide range of temperature tolerance. NPSHR requirements as low as 4’. What Is NSF and NSF 61? Founded in 1944, as the National Sanitation Foundation, NSF… Read more »
Most of Cornell’s W, Y, RB and H series clear liquid pumps can be used in hot oil applications, allowing for flows up to 7,000 GPM and heads up to 540′. Features and Benefits: Uniform thermal expansion Ductile iron and stainless steel construction also available External balance line for lower seal box pressure, particle removal,… Read more »
Industrial plants, small municipalities, and farmers are tapping available resources to produce electric power as a revenue source or a means to reduce overall energy demand. Turbine assemblies from Cornell Pump make it feasible to generate power from water sources such as wastewater, excess pump head, or natural streams. Heads as low as 50′ and… Read more »