Armstrong In The Media

Case Study - Cetys Infrastructure HVAC | Chilled Water System

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Jul 28, 2015 6:27:17 AM

As seen on– 22 July 2015

Note: The original was in Spanish and has been translated using Google Translate

Contractor: Air Service (Mxli) | Engineering Firm: Mega Projects (Mxli) 
The Center for Technical Education and Superior (CETYS University) is an educational institution of excellence, located in the state of Baja California, Mexico. That has always been at the forefront, facing the challenges of a changing world.

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Topics: Design Envelope, 4300 Split-coupled, HVAC, In The Media

Intelligent Pumps in Masdar City

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Nov 1, 2014 11:33:00 AM

As seen in Pumps & Systems magazine - November 2013

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Contemporary pump engineering principles help achieve optimum efficiencies while cooling a city using renewable energy sources.

By Brent Ross, Armstrong Fluid Technology

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Topics: Design Envelope, Energy Efficient, Installation, Magazine, Sustainability, 4300 Split-coupled, In The Media, Masdar City

Deep Lake Water Cooling Provides Alternative to Conventional System

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Jan 17, 2014 3:52:19 PM

As seen in - January 1, 2014

VIL pumps and design envelope technology reduce energy use and cool Toronto’s downtown.

By Brent Ross, Armstrong Fluid Technology

Deep lake water cooling (DLWC) is a groundbreaking cooling system that provides an alternative to conventional air conditioning. The system uses cold water from Lake Ontario to cool buildings in Toronto’s downtown core. The DLWC system has enough capacity to cool 3 million square meters (32 million square feet) of building space and is the largest renewable, lake-source cooling system of its kind in North America.

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Topics: Armstrong Fluid Technology, Design Envelope, Enwave, Installation, Magazine, Pumps & Systems, Sustainability, Uncategorized, 4300 Split-coupled, HVAC, Vertical

Two Examples of Better Control

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Dec 20, 2013 3:32:21 PM

As seen on Modern Pumping Today - December 20, 2013

The engineers and technicians at Armstrong Fluid Technology listen to client needs and pay attention to their circumstances. In the first example, the Armstrong Opti-Visor™, a chilled water plant control solution that provides optimized control advice to system components, tackles the demanding cooling job. Through a data exchange with the building automation system (BAS) the Opti-Visor™ raises plant performance to ultra-efficient levels.

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Topics: Design Envelope, 4300 Split-coupled, OPTI-VISOR

Armstrong Fluid Technology chosen for pioneering Masdar eco-city

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Oct 31, 2013 8:03:54 AM

As seen on Energy Services and Technology Association - October 31, 2013

Armstrong Fluid Technology pumps and controls for chilled water systems have been installed in Masdar City, the ground-breaking sustainable city under construction in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Masdar City is being built by the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company with additional funding from the Abu Dhabi government.  Designed by British architects Foster and Partners, it is an ambitious planned city which will rely entirely on renewable energy with a sustainable, zero-carbon, zero-waste ecology.  The aim is to create a world-famous hub for cleantech companies.  It will host the headquarters of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and its first tenant is the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology.

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Topics: Energy Efficient, Installations, Sustainability, 4300 Split-coupled, 8000 Series, In The Media, IPC 11550

Armstrong Pumps Reduce Energy and Maintenance Costs For Major London Development

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Sep 19, 2013 10:56:18 AM

As seen on - September 19, 2013

62 Buckingham Gate is a cutting edge, environmentally-sensitive Land Securities development in the Victoria area of London, on the site of the now demolished Selbourne House, SW1. Designed for mixed use, the scheme will provide 252,000 sq ft of premium office space, together with street level access shops and restaurants.

The 13-storey development, which occupies a prime position at the junction of Victoria Street and Buckingham Gate, has been designed to provide a highly flexible office environment, with large amounts of open-plan, column free space. A canopied pedestrian area has been incorporated to connect the surrounding streetscape and provide space for pavement cafés and outdoor public seating.

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Topics: Buckingham Gate, Energy Efficient, Installation, Suction Guide, UK, 4300 Split-coupled, Flo-trex valve, London, Vertical

Armstrong plant for prestigious London hotel

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Aug 24, 2012 6:01:25 AM

As seen on - August 24, 2012

Armstrong provides a solution for space limitations at a prestigious refurbishment project in London’s Regent Street.

Quadrant, Regent Street, forms part of one of the most ambitious projects seen in the West End. It involves the conversion of the Grade II listed Regent Palace Hotel in Piccadilly, to create a mix of office, retail, residential and restaurant space around a central atrium. Originally built for J Lyons & Co in 1915, the hotel (with 1,000 rooms) was the largest hotel in Europe at the time.To keep aspects of its architectural heritage, three of the corner pavilions which make up the hotel’s original façade will be retained, and significant sections of the exquisite Art Deco interiors will be restored and reinstated.

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Topics: Armstrong Fluid Technology, Installation, VIL,, 4300 Split-coupled

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