Cornell Pump Company’s Pump School started in 1949. In that time, we’ve trained tens of thousands of participants on pumps, hydraulics, and ways they can make their pump systems more reliable, and more efficient.
We heard from many folks that the traditional time period of Pump School in September didn’t work with their trade show or agricultural schedules, so for 2017, we are offering a JANUARYpump school. Still held in Portland, Oregon, the school offers basic and advanced tracks on topics such as NPSHr/a, system curves, installation and care, slurries, priming systems, and much more.
We’ve even created a quiz to get in the spirit of Pump School. Take this short 5 question quiz, and see how well you know pump knowledge that will be covered in Pump School.
You can learn about pump school here, and download the registration form here. Pump School is a great value; $175 per attendee, or ONLY $95 if you come as a guest of a Cornell Distributor. Three days, two receptions, meals, giveaways, and TCH-approved learning in one of the most beautiful cities in the country. Make your plans to attend Pump School 2017, January 23-25, 2017; Monday night reception and classes/factory training on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Last week, Cornell Pump held a pancake fundraising breakfast, to benefit the American Cancer Society. Employees enjoyed pancakes at 7:30 a.m., had an opportunity to speak with a representative of the American Cancer Society, and gather information as part of breakfast. In all, employees donated $852.00 for the breakfast, and Cornell Pump donated $800.00 in additional funds.
Organized by the Employee events committee, the breakfast is one of the numerous events that encourage Cornell Pump employees to have fun and get to know each other better in different settings.
For more information about the American Cancer Society, visit their webpage at: http://www.cancer.org/
Breakfast cooks. L-to-R; Jeff Powell, Marc Baird, Jason Hollingsworth, Jeremy Williams, and Kristi Stuckart
American Cancer Society information table at the breakfast.
Cornell Pump, in conjunction with Mid Atlantic Pump & Equipment Company, is training operators and engineers from NJ and PA.
Learn more about our annual pump school.
Learn about our annual pump school.
Cornell Pump will be at the International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration (IIAR) Conference in Orlando, Florida next week. Stop by and see the robust Arctic King HT Hermetic and CB Open Drive refrigeration series from Cornell Pump.
Stop by Booth #704 for expert advice on refrigeration pumps, to see the various pump models displayed, and pick up literature about Cornell Refrigeration Pumps.
IIAR Exhibit Hours
Monday, March 21 9:15 am to 1:45 pm
Tuesday, March 22 7:30 am to 11:45 am and 4:45 pm to 7:00 pm
Wednesday, March 23 7:30 am to 9:30 am
Cornell Pump—the leader in refrigeration pumps since 1963.
Brings more than 20 years agricultural pump experience to the position.
Clackamas, Oregon –February 25, 2016 – Cornell Pump is pleased to announce Christopher Bridgewater has joined Cornell Pump as the Southwest Agricultural Regional Manager, with responsibilities for irrigation, farm dewatering, and manure in California, the desert Southwest, and the Mountain West.
Bridgewater has over 20 years of experience in the water well and agricultural industries, working in the entire supply chain process from manufacturing to installation. Bridgewater has spent the last nine years as a territory manager, increasing sales in his area by more than 600 percent.
Bridgewater joins Cornell Pump, as Cornell celebrates its 70th year as a leading agricultural pump company. He’ll support the continued roll-out of Edge End Gun boosters, robust manure pumps, V-series pump line, and other quality, American agricultural products.
“Chris is a valuable addition to the sales team,” said Marcus Davi, Cornell Pump VP of Sales. “He has a wealth of knowledge, technical skills, and problem-solving abilities that will help our customers, and ultimately Cornell, succeed. We’re excited to see Chris take on new challenges with Cornell. It is very fortunate that we were able to secure someone of Chris’ caliber to fulfill this newly created role. I’m confident that he’ll play a key part in providing high quality pumping solutions throughout the Southwest.”
Bridgewater’s new role has him responsible for distributor sales support and customer relations in California, Nevada, Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma. He will be based out of Colorado.
Congratulations to Chris!