Industrial plants, small municipalities, and farmers are tapping available resources to produce electric power as a revenue source or a means to reduce overall energy demand. Turbine assemblies from Cornell Pump make it feasible to generate power from water sources such as wastewater, excess pump head, or natural streams.
Heads as low as 50′ and flows as low as 90 GPM can produce usable energy. Cornell’s innovative turbine design results in unexpectedly high performance.
Cornell turbines are available in a wide range of configurations and mounting styles, are easy to install, and require little maintenance.