The Armstrong ipc 11550 controller reduces the energy consumption of Central Chilled Water Plants by managing component output for optimal system-wide efficiency. eco*pulse™ is an HVAC Performance Management service for improving and maintaining chilled water plant efficiency.
Armstrong recently completed a project in the United Kingdom, retrofitting a building belonging to National Grid.
Inox, a leader in India’s Cinema exhibition industry, started a journey of energy conservation and carbon footprint reduction in its Laserplex theaters. Armstrong helped inox replace four constant-speed pumps with three Design Envelope pumps and changed the system to use primary-variable control.
Armstrong pumps were selected as part of a retrofit for this administrative building at Zheng Zhou University. Though the university administrators were primarily interested in a chiller upgrade, they opted to upgrade to Design Envelope pumps for the potential energy savings.
As Seen On:empoweringpumps.com September 15, 2021
Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced new features for calculating and tracking energy-savings that are now available with its Pump Manager asset management solution.
As Seen On: news.thomasnet.com December 03, 2019
Armstrong Fluid Technology has been honored by the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA) of Brazil with prestigious industry awards for its key role in two major projects.
SMACNA recognized Armstrong with its New Project of the Year Award for the company’s involvement with the Patteo Shopping Mall in Olinda, Pernambuco, Brazil. The company was also one of the recipients of SMACNA’s Retrofit (Energy Upgrade) Project of the Year Award for its contributions to the Hotel Unique retrofit project in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
As Seen On: usgbc.org December 04, 2019
Did you know that it’s possible to save up to 40 cents per square foot, while reducing the timeline to reach your sustainability goals by a third?
There are few building systems that can have such a dramatic impact on tenant productivity, quality of life, operating efficiency and business sustainability as the HVAC system. Performance drift in HVAC systems is a common issue that leads to wasted energy and increase in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. According to the International Energy Agency, the construction and operation of buildings is responsible for over 39% of energy-related GHG emissions, a large part of which can be attributed to inefficient HVAC technologies.
As Seen as meuc.co.uk (page no 26): September 2019
Data collection and communication by individual devices is a powerful weapon in the battle for energy efficiency. Energy Upgrade Leader at Armstrong Fluid Technology, Jason Cox, shows how pumps can lead the charge.
Pump technology can play a significant part in industry’s bid to rein in energy use. Through data analytics and automation, pumps can optimise efficiency by reacting swiftly to changes in demand. A vital design consideration that is key in this role is decentralised data collection – the collection of data from energy-using devices
themselves, rather than simply metering energy usage across a site.