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Cornell Pump Company manufactures pumps for a wide variety of markets, addressing some of the most challenging of applications. Initially offering solutions for the agriculture market, Cornell’s 70+ year history has made it the premier choice for some of the most demanding conditions imaginable. From sugar fields in Central America, to mines in Australia, to wastewater stations in Europe, the pumping requirements may change, but the basic Cornell values stay the same: unmatched performance, robust design, global support and an in depth understanding of our customers’ needs.

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Clear Liquids Pumps

Clear Liquids Pumps

Clear Liquid pumps are commonly found in agricultural irrigation applications as well as industrial and municipal markets. These highly efficient pumps are available in Close-Coupled, SAE Engine Mounted, Horizontal, and Vertical Configurations. Depending on use and workload they are built to save thousands in energy costs with replaceable wear rings and heavy-walled castings.

W,Y,R, & H Series Pumps: Robust Mount Frame with mounting surfaces. Discharge Size:1″-10″ Suction Size: .25″-1.38″

Edge End Gun Booster Pumps: Ideally suited for OEM center pivot booster applications. Max Flow: 130 – 230 GPM Discharge Size: 2″ Suction Size: 2.5″

Cyclone Vertical Turbine Pumps: Designed for ponds, rivers, canals, sumps, and dewatering applications. Discharge Size: 6″-12″ Solids Handling: up to 1.31″

Cutter Pumps

Cutter Pumps

Developed to address the need to reduce clogging due to ragging. Designed with stationary or rotating blades to address flushable materials and cleaning products can lead to clogging and pipe damage commonly used in municipal and agricultural markets. A durable cutter impeller that is made from hardened metal to withstand the wear of long operation that can also be retrofitted on exiting pumps.

  • Discharge Sizes 4″-10″
  • Suction Sizes 4″-10″
  • Solids Handling: up to 4″
Hydro-Transport Pumps

Hydro-Transport Pumps

Cornell”s Hydro-Transport pumps were designed for the sole purpose of pumping food products. They can transfer a wide range of foods from potatoes and apples to lettuce and olives with minimal damage. The offset volute creates the industry’s lowest damage product damage rates. These pumps are ideal for agricultural applications such as fruit washing and packing as well as food manufacturing operations. Cornell Pumps recognizable frame design incorporating mounting surfaces rather than mounting feet, lets you know it’s a quality Cornell Pump frame supporting a robust Cornell pump.

P Series: Discharge Sizes 3″-6″, Flows up to 1,700 GPM and heads up to 100 feet.

PP Series: Discharge Sizes 4″-12″, Flows up to 8,300 GPM and heads up to 100 feet.

Hot Oil Pumps

Hot Oil Pumps

Cornell Hot Oil Pumps have enhanced vapor handling to prevent entrained steam from impacting the pump head and flow.  This pump brings water along the bottom of the fryer, intact in a liquid phase at 200°C until it reaches the pump suction, the impeller then breaks up the water into smaller droplets which flash to steam which is mitigated by vapor suppression line. They can handle temperatures up 550 °F with flows up 7,000 GPM.

  • Discharge sizes between 1″- 10″
  • Suction Sizes between 1.5″-10″
  • Solids Handling up to 1.31″
Hydroturbines

Hydroturbines

Immersible Pumps

Immersible Pumps

Cornell’s immersible pump is designed with premium efficient, inverter-duty, P-Base or C-Face, totally enclosed, blower-cooled motor. The motor can operate in flooded conditions, submerged up to 30 feet, for up to a two-week period. Utilizing a triple-redundant sealing system to prevent water from infiltrating the shaft into the water. Integration of off-the-shelf motor makes maintenance easy, and if the motor becomes submerged, the blower shuts down without affecting the main motor.

  • Discharge sizes from 4″-30″
  • Withstands up to 30′ submergence
  • Available on N, NN and NH series pumps
Refrigeration Pumps

Refrigeration Pumps

Cornell’s proven technologies in open drive pumps and innovative designs made them an industry leader in refrigeration pumps. Two series offered, the Arctic King HT series can operate without a mechanical shaft seal for stable operating systems that have minimal vapor entrainment or cavitation issues. The CB series used in a variety of applications including cold storage, food processing, refrigeration, ice production, and turbine inlet cooling. Still used in liquid overfeed and transfer pump applications utilizing anhydrous ammonia, aqueous ammonia, and halocarbons such as R-22 and other approved refrigerants. Both series offer the advantage of low operating speed, better NPSH, and an industry-leading warranty.

HT Series: Discharge sizes from 1.25″-3″ Suction sizes from 1.5″-6″

CB Series: Discharge sizes from 1.5″-4″ Suction sizes from 4″-6″

Self-Priming Pumps

Self-Priming Pumps

Highly efficient and low maintenance self-priming pumps. They feature heavy-duty bearings with separate oil reserves, back-pull out design, and self-cleaning adjustable wear plate. STX, STH, and STL series self-priming pumps are an excellent option for many applications including wastewater, slurry, and water transfer.  Designed for durability that can translate into thousands of dollars saved in fuel costs, labor, and repairs over the life of the pump.

STX Series: Discharge sizes from 3″-10″ Suction sizes from 3″-10″ Solids handling up 3″

STH Series: Discharge sizes from 2″-4″ Suction sizes from 3″-6″ Solids handling up 3″

STL Series: Discharge size up to 8″ Suction sizes up 8 ” Solids handling up 3″

Solids Handling Pump

Solids Handling Pump

To handle the most difficult solids Cornell offers solids handling pumps from 1.25″ through 30″ discharge sizes. They can be found in applications in the Municipal, Agricultural, and Industrial markets. Designed with a heavy-duty bearing frame to withstand the wear and tear of operation these pumps are available in a variety of mounting configurations including close-coupled, SAE engine, horizontal, and vertical mounted. Uncompromising impeller options featuring enclosed, semi-open, and delta with flows up to 40,000 GPM.

N-Series: Discharge sizes from 1.25″- 30″ Suction sizes up 4″-30″ Solids handling up 10.2″

Duraprime Series: Discharge sizes from 3″- 6″ Suction sizes up 3″-6″ Solids handling up 3″

Submersible Pumps

Submersible Pumps

Cornell’s Submersible pumps are designed to operate while continuously submerged in pumpage with either electric motor or hydraulic power and heavy-walled volutes to withstand abrasive services. Selection performance options to ensure operating efficiencies that include enclosed impellers to handle solids 2″ and larger or delta impellers that can handle more stringy materials, rags and etc. Cornell’s auto-coupling system includes a cast iron discharge elbow, bronze guide claw flange, and stainless steel upper and intermediate guide rail brackets for high-quality non-spark operation available.

  • Flows up 20,000 GPM
  • Handle solids up to 3.38″ solids
  • Discharge and suction sizes up to 8”

Clear Liquids Pumps

Clear Liquids Pumps

Clear Liquid pumps are commonly found in agricultural irrigation applications as well as industrial and municipal markets. These highly efficient pumps are available in Close-Coupled, SAE Engine Mounted, Horizontal, and Vertical Configurations. Depending on use and workload they are built to save thousands in energy costs with replaceable wear rings and heavy-walled castings.

W,Y,R, & H Series Pumps: Robust Mount Frame with mounting surfaces. Discharge Size:1″-10″ Suction Size: .25″-1.38″

Edge End Gun Booster Pumps: Ideally suited for OEM center pivot booster applications. Max Flow: 130 – 230 GPM Discharge Size: 2″ Suction Size: 2.5″

Cyclone Vertical Turbine Pumps: Designed for ponds, rivers, canals, sumps, and dewatering applications. Discharge Size: 6″-12″ Solids Handling: up to 1.31″


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Cutter Pumps

Cutter Pumps

Developed to address the need to reduce clogging due to ragging. Designed with stationary or rotating blades to address flushable materials and cleaning products can lead to clogging and pipe damage commonly used in municipal and agricultural markets. A durable cutter impeller that is made from hardened metal to withstand the wear of long operation that can also be retrofitted on exiting pumps.

  • Discharge Sizes 4″-10″
  • Suction Sizes 4″-10″
  • Solids Handling: up to 4″

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Hydro-Transport Pumps

Hydro-Transport Pumps

Cornell”s Hydro-Transport pumps were designed for the sole purpose of pumping food products. They can transfer a wide range of foods from potatoes and apples to lettuce and olives with minimal damage. The offset volute creates the industry’s lowest damage product damage rates. These pumps are ideal for agricultural applications such as fruit washing and packing as well as food manufacturing operations. Cornell Pumps recognizable frame design incorporating mounting surfaces rather than mounting feet, lets you know it’s a quality Cornell Pump frame supporting a robust Cornell pump.

P Series: Discharge Sizes 3″-6″, Flows up to 1,700 GPM and heads up to 100 feet.

PP Series: Discharge Sizes 4″-12″, Flows up to 8,300 GPM and heads up to 100 feet.


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Hot Oil Pumps

Hot Oil Pumps

Cornell Hot Oil Pumps have enhanced vapor handling to prevent entrained steam from impacting the pump head and flow.  This pump brings water along the bottom of the fryer, intact in a liquid phase at 200°C until it reaches the pump suction, the impeller then breaks up the water into smaller droplets which flash to steam which is mitigated by vapor suppression line. They can handle temperatures up 550 °F with flows up 7,000 GPM.

  • Discharge sizes between 1″- 10″
  • Suction Sizes between 1.5″-10″
  • Solids Handling up to 1.31″

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Download Brochure

Hydroturbines

Hydroturbines

Immersible Pumps

Immersible Pumps

Cornell’s immersible pump is designed with premium efficient, inverter-duty, P-Base or C-Face, totally enclosed, blower-cooled motor. The motor can operate in flooded conditions, submerged up to 30 feet, for up to a two-week period. Utilizing a triple-redundant sealing system to prevent water from infiltrating the shaft into the water. Integration of off-the-shelf motor makes maintenance easy, and if the motor becomes submerged, the blower shuts down without affecting the main motor.

  • Discharge sizes from 4″-30″
  • Withstands up to 30′ submergence
  • Available on N, NN and NH series pumps

Request a Quote
Download Brochure

Refrigeration Pumps

Refrigeration Pumps

Cornell’s proven technologies in open drive pumps and innovative designs made them an industry leader in refrigeration pumps. Two series offered, the Arctic King HT series can operate without a mechanical shaft seal for stable operating systems that have minimal vapor entrainment or cavitation issues. The CB series used in a variety of applications including cold storage, food processing, refrigeration, ice production, and turbine inlet cooling. Still used in liquid overfeed and transfer pump applications utilizing anhydrous ammonia, aqueous ammonia, and halocarbons such as R-22 and other approved refrigerants. Both series offer the advantage of low operating speed, better NPSH, and an industry-leading warranty.

HT Series: Discharge sizes from 1.25″-3″ Suction sizes from 1.5″-6″

CB Series: Discharge sizes from 1.5″-4″ Suction sizes from 4″-6″


Request a Quote
Download Brochure

Self-Priming Pumps

Self-Priming Pumps

Highly efficient and low maintenance self-priming pumps. They feature heavy-duty bearings with separate oil reserves, back-pull out design, and self-cleaning adjustable wear plate. STX, STH, and STL series self-priming pumps are an excellent option for many applications including wastewater, slurry, and water transfer.  Designed for durability that can translate into thousands of dollars saved in fuel costs, labor, and repairs over the life of the pump.

STX Series: Discharge sizes from 3″-10″ Suction sizes from 3″-10″ Solids handling up 3″

STH Series: Discharge sizes from 2″-4″ Suction sizes from 3″-6″ Solids handling up 3″

STL Series: Discharge size up to 8″ Suction sizes up 8 ” Solids handling up 3″


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Download Brochure

Solids Handling Pump

Solids Handling Pump

To handle the most difficult solids Cornell offers solids handling pumps from 1.25″ through 30″ discharge sizes. They can be found in applications in the Municipal, Agricultural, and Industrial markets. Designed with a heavy-duty bearing frame to withstand the wear and tear of operation these pumps are available in a variety of mounting configurations including close-coupled, SAE engine, horizontal, and vertical mounted. Uncompromising impeller options featuring enclosed, semi-open, and delta with flows up to 40,000 GPM.

N-Series: Discharge sizes from 1.25″- 30″ Suction sizes up 4″-30″ Solids handling up 10.2″

Duraprime Series: Discharge sizes from 3″- 6″ Suction sizes up 3″-6″ Solids handling up 3″


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Download N-Series Brochure
Download Duraprime Brochure

Submersible Pumps

Submersible Pumps

Cornell’s Submersible pumps are designed to operate while continuously submerged in pumpage with either electric motor or hydraulic power and heavy-walled volutes to withstand abrasive services. Selection performance options to ensure operating efficiencies that include enclosed impellers to handle solids 2″ and larger or delta impellers that can handle more stringy materials, rags and etc. Cornell’s auto-coupling system includes a cast iron discharge elbow, bronze guide claw flange, and stainless steel upper and intermediate guide rail brackets for high-quality non-spark operation available.

  • Flows up 20,000 GPM
  • Handle solids up to 3.38″ solids
  • Discharge and suction sizes up to 8”

Request a Quote
Download Brochure