Armstrong Fluid Technologyhas introduced a new size range of Design Envelope Permanent Magnet pumps that are engineered to deliver 20% lower operating costs than variable speed pumps with standard induction motors.
Calsonic Kansei North America (CKNA) is a global Tier 1 automotive parts supplier with 70 locations in 13 countries. Armstrong was asked to help with a project at the facility in Lewisberg, Tennessee which employs over 1000 workers in the manufacturing area. Multiple injection molding machines in the plant generate significant levels of heat. During the summer months, temperatures on the manufacturing floor were elevated, which contributed to increased maintenance and decreased employee productivity and retention.
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Energy plays a crucial role in our daily lives and in the economy. Energy is not only a basic human need, but also a strong indicator of social and economic development.
As our world becomes more urbanized, global demand for energy is increasing rapidly, with expected growth of 55% over the next ten years. With this growth comes increasing concern about energy security, economic competitiveness and of course, environmental impact.
Armstrong Fluid Technology announced an ECM Pump-Less-Volute, a new variable-speed version of the popular Gold Series Pump-Less-Volute. The new ECM Pump-Less-Volute uses a permanent magnet motor that is up to 40% more efficient than a standard induction motor.
Armstrong Fluid Technology has been empaneled as a Grade 2 Energy Services Company in India.
This empanelment represents recognition of the energy impact of Armstrong solutions, and our expertise designing and delivering high efficiency fluid flow and HVAC systems for commercial, industrial and residential applications. It also reflects Armstrong's global commitment to sustainability.
Indo-MIM replaced constant speed pumps with an energy-efficient variable speed solution and reduced their energy spending by 33%.
Indo-MIM is a manufacturer and supplier of metal injection molding parts located in Bangalore India. Founded in 1997, Indo-MIM is a world leader in metal injection molding, serving customers such as Honeywell, TRW and Bosch. The two major Indo-MIM facilities are located at Hoskote and Doddaballapur in India.
When a major commercial building in the centre of Birmingham needed to refurbish the site’s HVAC pumping system, Armstrong Fluid Technology came up with an alternative solution which reduced energy consumption and improved efficiency.
The Axis office complex occupies a 178,000 sq. ft site close to Broad Street and Birmingham New Street Station. The 11-storey building has recently undergone a major HVAC refurbishment and Armstrong Fluid Technology was asked to provide a proposal for the project. The existing pumps, which were fixed speed end suction models, were reaching the end of their useful life.