About The Cornell Machine Company
In the early 1940's, The Cornell Machine Company produced equipment for the oil and grease industries, including special homogenizers and proportioning units.
The VERSATOR was originally used for greases and oils. The unique operation later became useful for other products like plastisol, paint, and chemicals. In addition, the VERSATOR was used on different markets like food, pharmaceuticals, and personal care products.
The Cornell Machine Company is a third generation family owned and operated business.