As we observe Memorial Day, we extend our heartfelt appreciation to the courageous individuals who gave their lives in service. Our thoughts and sympathies are with those who are grieving the loss of someone dear. We recognize and honor the sacrifices made and the memory of those we have lost.
Cornell Pump LLC will be closed on May 29 for Memorial Day. We will resume business on May 30. Have a safe and happy Memorial Day!
The Annual IIAR Natural Refrigeration Conference & Expo is the largest exposition dedicated to the ammonia and natural refrigeration industry. Cornell is showcasing our Arctic King series of hermetic pumps, as well as providing information about our robust CB open-drive refrigeration pump series.
And we will be showcasing our Cornell Co-Pilot monitoring systems, which help with predictive maintenance, measure conditions and send alerts if parameters are exceeded, tells end-users the location of mobile pumps, and can even start and stop equipment remotely.
New for Co-Pilot is our own flow meters. Designed to exact specifications in Europe, the new flow meter offers easy connectivity to the Co-Pilot monitor, so users can important system data, track current flow, and read time-based totalization.
The new flow meter is featured below. Remember to stop by Cornell Pump at C32435!
We are excited to see more than 100,000 attendees at the World Ag Expo in Tulare, California. The show starts tomorrow, Tuesday, February 14, and runs through Thursday, February 16th. Stop by Cornell at NS08 to see our agriculture pump line-up, the Cornell Co-Pilot, and Cornell Pulse equipment monitoring systems. Pictured is the booth before set up, we’ll show it completed tomorrow.
Cornell Pump was pleased to put on two days of training with SunBelt Rentals this week in Brighton, Colorado. The courses covered technical and practical scenarios. More than 30 attendees had a great time and learned about hydraulics, the Cornell Co-pilot monitoring system, and more.
If you are a distributor interested in regional schools, please contact your Cornell regional manager. We’d love to discuss setting up school(s) with you!