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Since the 1940’s, The Cornell Machine Company has been producing high quality machinery for the process industry. Special homogenizers, proportioning units, and oil dehydrators were early products.

Versator Chamber DiagramThe Cornell VERSATOR was originally used for greases, oils, and other lubricants. Its unique operation later became useful for other products like plastisol, paint, chemicals, and coatings. Polished/Sanitary units came afterward for food, beverage, pharmaceutical, and personal care products.

The Company moved its sales offices from Manhattan in 1962 to combine operations at 45 Brown Avenue, Springfield, New Jersey.

The Cornell Machine Company is a third generation family owned and operated business.