Armstrong In The Media

Armstrong Unveils New Integrated Tower Control System (ITC 9521)

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Apr 13, 2018 5:22:09 AM

As Seen on – April 11, 2018

Armstrong Fluid Technology announces the introduction of the new ITC 9521, an Integrated Tower Control System designed to transform an HVAC installation into an intelligent system for a variety of heat rejection applications.

“Leveraging Armstrong’s advanced demand-based algorithms and industry-leading Parallel Sensorless technology, the ITC 9521 provides users with an energy-efficient solution for heat rejection processes for applications such as datacenters, condensing cooling, heat pumps, paint processing, injection molding and air-compressor stations,” according to Lex van der Weerd, Armstrong CEO.

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Topics: Controls, In The Media, ITC 9521, Integrated Tower Control System

Armstrong launches high performance fire pump models

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Feb 6, 2018 9:09:08 AM

As Seen on – January 23, 2018

Armstrong Firesetpumps feature a double suction design for superior levels of operating performance.

Armstrong Fluid Technology will be debuting a new line of high performance fire pump models at Intersec 2018 in Dubai. 

The Armstrong Fireset Horizontal Split Case (HSC) fire pumps offer superior flow performance and incorporate features for ease of installation and maintenance.

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Topics: Fire Pumps, In The Media

Armstrong Announces TowerMax Optimization Service

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Feb 6, 2018 7:18:16 AM

Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced a new service that will provide up to 25% savings compared to traditional variable speed plant operation.

TowerMax is an optimization service that boosts energy and water savings, and is available as an upgrade for any previous installation of an Armstrong Design Envelope IPC 9521 plant controller. TowerMax employs advanced operating algorithms to minimize the energy and water consumption of a variable speed chiller plant.

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Topics: In The Media, TowerMax, Optimization Service

Armstrong Announces Performance Management Capabilities up to 1250 HP

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Feb 6, 2018 7:13:06 AM

Next-Level Innovations in Design Envelope Technology

Now Available across the Entire Pump Range


Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced the availability of its next-level of innovation in Design Envelope pumping solutions across the entire pump range.

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Topics: Design Envelope, In The Media, Performance Management

Armstrong Unveils New Line of High Performance Design Envelope End Suction Pumps

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Feb 6, 2018 7:05:46 AM

Unique Vibration Isolation Technology Further Extends Installed Cost Savings and Customer

Toronto, January 22, 2018 – Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced the availability of a new line of high performance Design Envelope End-Suction pumps in the 1 to 10 hp range. These new offerings reflect a completely new design featuring improved hydraulics and Armstrong intelligent motor technology. The new offerings also feature Armstrong’s unique vibration isolation technology, which can reduce installed costs by as much as $2000 by eliminating the need to add an inertia base on installation.

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Topics: Design Envelope, In The Media, End-Suction Pumps

Armstrong Holds Press Conference at AHR Expo

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Feb 5, 2018 8:36:57 AM

As Seen on – January 22, 2018

Armstrong Fluid Technology held a press conference at its booth at the AHR Expo Monday announcing the availability of a new line of high performance Design Envelope End-Suction pumps in the 1 to 10 HP range.

“Last year was big year for us, we did two major introductions last year – our completely new 1-10 hp line,” said Neil Cooper, director, sales enablement, Armstrong Fluid Technology. “We’re still featuring the line you would have seen last year, featuring all the new elements of our next generation of offerings, and that’s the onboard controls, completely redesigned hydraulics, and most important, all the connectivity that goes with these. That’s wireless, wired, and traditional BACnet, no matter what you’re trying to connect these units to, it’s there.”

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Topics: Design Envelope, In The Media, AHR2018, End-Suction Pumps

Energy Audits for Commercial and Industrial HVAC Installations

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Feb 1, 2018 3:44:18 AM

As Seen on  –  January 8, 2018

The Armstrong Energy Audit uncovers cost-effective opportunities for energy savings in HVAC and control systems of all types and sizes.

When you request a free consultation, the experts at Armstrong Fluid Technology start by learning about your business needs before covering any technical matters. Their knowledge and expertise in fluid flow, variable speed, demand-based control, and heat transfer helps detect HVAC system improvements and energy savings opportunities that might exist at your facility.

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Topics: In The Media, Energy Audits, HVAC Installations

Top Five Applications for Integrated Plant Rooms

Posted by Steve Rees on Feb 1, 2018 3:43:52 AM

Specifying an off-site manufactured integrated plant room is a possibility for most projects. But there are specific scenarios where this approach should always be the first choice. Here are my top five.

1. Projects with multiple, non-technical stakeholders

Building services engineers can typically visualise how a plant room will look once it is completed but, increasingly, projects involve stakeholders who are non-technical, and who have no way of understanding the implications of HVAC decisions. One example that springs to mind is district energy schemes, where stakeholders might include financial experts, councillors, tenant representatives or social housing personnel without technical knowledge. Another example is the educational site, where decisions might involve head teachers or school governors.

Integrated plant rooms are rendered in 3D graphics from the outset. So the non-technical stakeholder can be provided with a clear picture of the intended installation, and communication between parties is much improved.

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Topics: In The Media, Integrated Plant Rooms

Armstrong Announces New Performance Management Service and Free Trial Offer

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Jan 31, 2018 1:18:13 PM

As Seen on  – December 22, 2017

Study Results Underscore the need for Performance Management of HVAC Equipment

Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced a new Performance Management Service offering, available with the purchase of all new Design Envelope pumps. This new service is being offered on a free trial basis ending in December 2018. Owners and end users can sign up for the introductory offer as an integral part of the warranty registration.

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Topics: AHR Expo, In The Media, Performance Management, AHR2018

New Ways to Maintain and Extend HVAC Efficiency in Your Building [Webinar]

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Jan 10, 2018 5:16:50 AM

As Seen on  – December 22, 2017

With the ongoing and increasing focus on sustainability, building operators are continually challenged to find new ways to maximize the efficiency and reliability of their HVAC systems. HVAC operations represent a significant portion of the ongoing energy costs.

Based on 80 plus years of experience in the industry, Armstrong has developed a comprehensive set of services to optimize, manage and maintain building performance over the long-term, helping building owners and operators capitalize on the potential for efficiency in HVAC systems.

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Topics: webinar, In The Media

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