Solids Handling Pumps

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Product Information

Cornell offers a wide range of Solids Handling pumps, from 1.25″ though 30″ discharge size, to handle the most difficult Solids applications. Cornell’s Solids Handling pumps can be found in a wide range of applications in the Municipal, Agricultural, and Industrial markets; and available in a variety of mounting configurations including Close-Coupled, SAE Engine, Horizontal, and Vertical mounted.

Enclosed Impeller

  • 2, 3, and 4 vane Solids handling pumps for 2″ and larger spherical Solids
  • 3″ through 30″ discharge size
  • Flows to 2522 l/s and Heads to 138 m

Delta Impeller

  • For stringy material, rags, and other difficult Solids handling applications
  • 3″ through 10″ discharge size
  • Flows to 315 l/s and Heads to 122 m

Features and Benefits

Applications

Replaceable wear rings  Sewage lift stations
Double volute  Manure slurry
Bearing life to 100,000 hours or more  Return activated sludge
Dynamically balanced impellers  Waste activated sludge
Heavy-walled castings  Water booster
Replaceable shaft sleeves  Sewage bypass
Various mounting configurations  Dewatering
Compact design  Digesters
Low shaft deflection  Industrial waste
High efficiency  Light abrasives
High suction lift  Agricultural waste
Two-year warranty  Steel production
Oversized bearings  Food processing
Patented Cycloseal® design (#5489187)  Mine dewatering
Low cost of repair  General industrial
High efficiency  Water transfer
Lower operating cost

 

cutterCutter Pumps

Product Information

The cutter pump was created in order to address the urgent need of reducing clogging due to ragging. With the increased use of ‘flushable’ materials and extraneous cleaning products, the issue of clogging—leading to downtime, pump destruction, and pipe damage, has increased markedly. Useful in municipal, agricultural, and other markets, the cutters unique stationary and rotating blade design allows material to pass through the impeller that would tend to clog a non-cutter pump. The cutter costs a minimal amount of product efficiency and is specially designed to break up clogs and prevent ragging. The cutter is adjustable and made from special hardened metal to last in difficult service. The cutter impeller can be retrofitted on existing pumps, and won’t change the external pump dimensions.

  • Minimal Energy Consumption
  • Designed to break up clogs/ Prevent Ragging
  • Hardened cutter material
  • Adjustable

Features and Benefits

Applications

 Cutters are hardened for long life  Minimal increase to cost of operation
 Cutters are shaped to minimize flow restrictions  Labor savings by reducing clean out events
 Cutters in new pumps are covered by our Industry leading, Two Year Warranty  Pump Station efficiency improvement by reducing down time and periods of low flow

 

chopperChopper Pumps

Cornell’s Chopper Pump is ideally suited for chopping Solids. The standard casing, made of ASTM A536 grade 65-45-12 ductile iron, stands up to robust applications. Everything about the pump is built to tackle hard jobs, from the replaceable cutter bar made of T1 tool steel heat treated to a minimum of 60 Rockwell C hardness, to the heat treated cast steel impeller. The Cornell Chopper pump series is a heavy-duty performer.

Features and Benefits

Applications

 Eliminates the vast majority of clogging problems  Lift stations
 Chops Solids up to 2 inches  Septage receiving
 Heavy duty construction  Sludge transfer and recirculation
 A variety of mounting configurations  Digester scum blankets
 Cutter Bar – T1 tool steel heat treated to minimum 60 Rockwell C hardness  Clarifier scum
 Casing – All Ductile Iron
 Impeller – Open, cast steel AISI 8630
 Shaft – AISI 4142 heat treated to minimum 60 Rockwell C hardness
 Thrust Bearings – Back-to-back angular contact ball type
 Radial Bearings – Single ball type
 Mechanical Seal – John Crane single, Type 2 Tungsten Carbide vs. Silicon Carbide
 Shaft Sleeve – Stainless steel, AISI 416

 

manureManure Pumps

Product Information

Cornell offers over 60 models of heavy duty Solids Handling pumps for the toughest Slurry applications. With three unique impeller designs (Enclosed, Semi-Open & DELTA™) to select from, various materials of construction and mounting configurations, Cornell has a model that will fit your application.

Enclosed Impeller

  • 2, 3, and 4 vane Solids handling pumps for 2″ and larger spherical Solids
  • 3″ through 30″ discharge size
  • Flows to 2522 l/s and Heads to 137 m

Delta Impeller

  • For stringy material, rags, and other difficult Solids handling applications
  • 3″ through 10″ discharge size
  • Flows to 315 l/s and Heads to 122 m

Semi-Open Impeller

  • 3 or 4 bladed
  • Cutting action for Slurries
  • 1.25″ through 10″ discharge size

Features and Benefits

Applications

 Replaceable wear rings  Manure slurry
 Bearing life to 100,000 hours or more  Slurry booster
 Dynamically balanced impellers  Dewatering
 Heavy-walled castings  Digesters
 Replaceable shaft sleeves  Light abrasives
 Various mounting configurations  Agricultural waste
 Compact design available  Injection
 Low shaft deflection  Medium and high pressure
 High efficiency  Slurry transfer
 High suction lift
 Two-year warranty
 Oversized bearings
 Patented Cycloseal® design (#5489187)
 Low cost of repair
 Lower operating cost
 Cutter blades

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