Food Process Pumps

foodprocesspumpProduct Information

Cornell introduced the first Hydro-Transport food process pump to the industry almost 40 years ago. Unlike Solids Handling pumps, or other types of pumps, that are sometimes used in the food industry the Cornell P and PP series pumps are designed and manufactured with the sole purpose of pumping food products. The Cornell Food Process pumps have the lowest product damage rates in the industry and are the pump of choice for food processors around the world.

P Series

  • 3″ through 6″ discharge size
  • Flows to 107 l/s and Heads to 30 meters

PP Series

  • 4″ through 12″ discharge size
  • Flows to 523 l/s and Heads to 50 meters

Features and Benefits

Applications

Ductile iron construction  Potatoes
Oversized, offset volute  Live Fish
No volute cutwater  Cranberries
Single vane impeller  Carrots
Smooth contours  Apples
Reduced product damage  Cherries
Low cost of repair  Peas
Threaded impeller  Broccoli
Food grade packing  Crayfish
No product contamination  Shrimp
Heavy “stressproof” steel shaft  Lettuce
Cycloseal Design Available  Green beans
Back-to-back double lip seals  Nuts
Extended mechanical seal life  Peppers
Oversized bearings  Olives
Extended bearing life  Cucumbers
Replaceable shaft sleeve  Raisins
Dynamically balanced impeller  Beans
Stainless Steel option  Corn
Two-year warranty  Peaches
Confidence in product  Beets
 Oranges
 Other whole foods
 French fries
 Potato chips
 Other cut foods

 

Hot Oil Pumps

hotoilpumpCornell’s Hot Oil pumps are the pump of choice for food processors around the world. Enhanced vapor handling characteristics are the focal point on Cornell’s latest hot cooking oil pump innovations. When fresh product passes through the fryers a great deal of water is involved. The water travels along the bottom of the fryer, intact in a liquid phase at 200°C, until it reaches the pump suction. Here the action of the impeller breaks up the water into smaller droplets which flash to steam. Ordinarily, entrained steam would severely impact pump head and flow, but Cornell’s vapor suppression line innovation prevents this phenomenon.

W Series

Y Series

RB Series

H Series

Features and Benefits

Applications

All iron construction for uniform thermal expansion Hot cooking oil circulation
Ductile iron and 316 SS construction also available Snack foods
External balance line for lower seal box pressure, particle removal, and reduced axial loading (Available on most flanged models) Potato chips
Vapor suppression line to help eliminate flushing of water entrained oil (Available on most flanged models) Other fried foods
Hydrostatic pressure test Other industrial process applications
Oil lubricated bearing frames with Viton lip seals for extended service life
Replaceable wear rings
Double volute on some models
Fully machined impellers
Heavy-walled castings
Replaceable shaft sleeves
Two-year warranty
Oversized bearings
Minimum 20,000 hours bearing life
Patented Cycloseal® design (optional)
Low cost of repair
High efficiency

Additional Product Information