The story of Cornell starts in 1946 when 5 people working at Pacific Pump Company decided to head out on their own. Having a complete service department, they became familiar with what most of the common pump failures were. Many motor failures came from pressure spikes during operation, overloading capacity and water related failures of the pump end motor bearings. With many parts in stock and facilities to fabricate the rest, Cornell would service any model of pump.
Cornell Pump School
In 1949, Clint Warren started travelling around the country giving lectures on applied hydraulics. These lectures evolved into the Cornell Pump School: two days of seminars covering topics of interest to people in the pump industry. Participants rate Cornell’s Pump School highly for content, instructor knowledge, and relevance to their job. Over 12,000 participants trained so far!… Read more »
Trade Shows and Events
Cornell Pump Company participates in trade shows and events where we can meet face-to-face with customers and end-users. Our trade show and event list provides details about which shows we plan to be at in upcoming months.