As Seen on esmagazine.com – October 27, 2017
Armstrong Fluid Technology recently donated a collection of archival historical photos featuring the Darling Pump Manufacturing Facility to the Darling Foundry Art Center in Montreal, Canada.
Charles Armstrong, chairman of Armstrong Fluid Technology (right) donates a collection of historical photos of the Darling Pump Manufacturing Facility to Caroline Andrieux, curator and owner of La Fonderie Darling art gallery.
The Canadian Art Gallery, a visual art center directed by a non-profit art organization, is located in the former home of the Darling Pump manufacturing facility. The historical photos were part of a special exhibit at the art center that also featured new Armstrong Fluid Technology pumps among other works of art from noted artists.
Darling Pumps was purchased by Armstrong Fluid Technology in 1992, and the pumps are still operating in thousands of buildings around the world.
“Darling Pumps occupy a very special place in our corporate DNA,” said Charles Armstrong, Armstrong’s chairman who presented the photos to Caroline Andrieux, the curator and owner of the gallery.
|A patron views some of the Darling historical photos that are
on display in a special exhibit.
|Armstrong also unveiled some “works of art” that were displayed at the gallery for the event – the company’s new Tango Pumps|
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