Cornell’s liquid overfeed and transfer pumps are designed and manufactured specifically for industrial refrigeration applications. With over 35 years of proven experience and reliability, Cornell has established the highest industry standard for premium quality performance in meeting the demands of the industrial refrigeration marketplace. Our products are engineered to be rugged and dependable and each Cornell pump is backed by an industry-leading three-year warranty.
Application StoriesPump 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 »Cornell’s Ron Aceto presents at CWEA conference
Cornell Pump’s Municipal Market Manager, Ron Aceto, presented two sessions today at the California Water Environment Association Show. First class, on Pump Assembly / Disassembly had a standing room crowd of over 125 attendees, and the next session kept nearly the same number to hear about impeller design. We will also be showing with our… Read more »Steve Perry, P.E. retires
Steve Perry, PE is a Product Engineer with Cornell Pump who is retiring on March 28, 2019. He joined Cornell Pump 31 years ago and has seen the engineering department grow and change tremendously in three decades; from a group of five to over 20 engineers and drafts people. Perry has been involved in many… Read more »Read about Cornell Cutter Pumps in Pumps&Systems
Ron Aceto, Cornell Pump Municipal Market manager was a feature article author in the September 2017 edition of Pumps&Systems Magazine. Ron’s article examines Cornell’s various approaches to fouling, ragging, and plugging, and how three generations of cutters with rotating and stationary elements address the task. Read the Article on the Pumps&Systems Website The article offers… Read more »Cornell 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 »