Recent NewsCornell’s Ron Aceto at the MRWS Annual Conference
Cornell Municipal Market Manager Ron Aceto gave a talk yesterday at the Montana Rural Water Systems Annual Conference. Aceto explained NPSHa vs NPSHr and effects on cavitation. Cornell has a strong commitment to providing education on hydraulics and pump systems. If you are looking for educational opportunities for your team, talk to your Cornell rep… Read more »Robust, Reliable, and Efficient: Cornell N-Series Pumps
Cornell Pump has produced our series of solids handling pumps for decades. Offered in wide range of sizes, 3”/ 80 mm to 30”/800mm discharge, the series can handle a wide range of solids applications. Cornell N-series boast efficiencies up to 82%, solids handling sizes up to 10.2”/26 centimeters, and flows to 38,000GPM / 8,630 M3hr… Read more »Join the Cornell Team!
Cornell Pump is on campus at Oregon State University today, meeting with potential recruits to join our industry-leading team. We look for applicants in engineering, purchasing, finance, marketing, as well as plant operations. We have several open positions, so you can be part of Cornell Pump, RIGHT NOW! Look at all of our openings on… Read more »Cornell training on slurry pump rebuilds
Today, Cornell Pump worked with a Western United States industrial and mining distributor on pump training for over 20 associates. Dedicated Cornell sales and engineer team explained how to service and rebuild slurry pumps, and offered insights into pump operation and differentiable features. If you are a Cornell distributor interested in Lunch-and-Learns and/or pump maintenance,… Read more »Congratulations to Detroit Pump
Cornell Pump is pleased to congratulate our distributor, Detroit Pump, on getting an article published in the February 2019 Cover Series of Pumps&Systems magazine. The article “Is Basic Data Enough When Selecting the Right Pump?”, explores common pitfalls in choosing equipment for specialty applications. As part of the Series Selecting the Right Pump, the article… Read more »