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Cornell Pump School Back and Better Than Ever!

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Cornell Pump School Back and Better Than Ever!

Cornell Pump School Back and Better Than Ever!

Since 1949, when Cornell co-founder Clint Warren first started giving classes on hydraulics and pump operation, Cornell has trained tens of thousands of engineers, operators, end-users, distributors, and others on how to more successfully operate their pumps, reduce energy costs, and increase system life.

This year, their Pump School will be taking place Tuesday, September 13, and Wednesday, September 14, 2022. It will also include a Monday night reception for those registrants available to attend. The school is in-person in Portland, and offers great instruction and networking. Cornell also realizes that some may not be able to travel to Portland with continue COVID risks and restrictions so they are offering a virtual option, as well.

There are eight plus hours of instruction on Tuesday, a half day of factory training on Wednesday, and then a half day of either classroom training or advanced factory training (registrants pick). They will offer basic and advanced tracks, and this year are offering some specialized sales training on Wednesday afternoon (this section is not available virtually).

The in-person event is capped in attendance though, and space is filling up quickly. Sign up so you don’t miss out. Register Now!

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