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Case Study: Caribbean Resort

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on May 21, 2024 8:26:17 AM

In 2018, the HVAC system at a popular holiday resort suffered a series of failures and leaks, resulting in frequent downtime. An initial review determined that the existing pumps were the cause and had to be replaced. The review also noted that the pumps were oversized, which affected system efficiency. With the resort occupancy rates near 95% for most of the year, HVAC performance and reliability are crucial, so managers decided to go ahead with an upgrade.

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Topics: Design Envelope, HVAC, HVAC System

Data centres are feeling the heat

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Jan 29, 2024 11:17:07 PM

As Seen On: January 22, 2024



Packaged chiller plant rooms within data centres cut installation time by up to 95%. (Image source: Adobe Stock)

Kevin Laidler, sales director for Middle East and Africa at Armstrong Fluid Technology, writes forTechnical Review Middle East, explaining how innovations in the HVAC sector can help data centres.

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Topics: Data Center, HVAC, HVAC System, In The Media, HVAC Installations

CAD Drawings in HVAC systems

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Nov 8, 2023 6:47:42 AM

CAD (computer-aided design) drawings are digital files that house 3D & 2D models of physical objects. CAD files can include information such as geometric data, manufacturing data, material properties, and other data. CAD files are ‘to-scale’, meaning designers are able to create drawings in real-world dimensions.

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Topics: HVAC System, In The Media, SolidCAD

Pump Types

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Nov 7, 2023 4:20:12 PM

A Review of Pump Types for HVAC Systems

Pumps can be grouped according to the method of displacement, the direction of fluid flow, orientation, and control capabilities. Major types of pumps include positive-displacement pumps, centrifugal pumps, and axial flow pumps.

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Topics: Commercial Pumps, Fire Pumps, HVAC System, In The Media, Tango, Vertical, Twin Pumps, Fire Safety, Pumps, Variable Speed Drives

Impellers for Pumps and Circulators – Design Types and Common Questions

Posted by Steven Lane on Jul 19, 2023 10:15:48 AM

In fluid-based HVAC systems an impeller is a component of the pump that creates pressure to maintain flow. In this post we’ll touch on key design aspects of impellers and present answers to the most common questions.

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Topics: HVAC System,, In The Media

Armstrong Fluid technology announces partnership with Hysopt for HVAC Digital Twin Modelling

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Feb 14, 2023 11:35:24 AM

As Seen On: February 10, 2023

Armstrong Fluid Technology has formed a strategic partnership with Hysopt to bring customers new insights into HVAC energy saving options, harnessing state-of-the-art digital twinning.

Bringing together Armstrong’s extensive experience of installations worldwide, and Hysopt’s powerful technology, the new partnership will provide customers with more robust scientific simulation and verification of HVAC system energy and carbon savings than ever before.

Stephen Hart, spokesperson for Armstrong Fluid Technology explained: “Reliable information on the potential for improving energy efficiency of HVAC systems has never been more crucial. World events have brought a new sense of urgency.

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Topics: Energy Saving, HVAC System, In The Media, Hysopt

Parallel Sensorless Pump Control best-efficiency staging

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Jul 18, 2022 3:44:34 AM

As Seen On: July 6,2022

It’s important for HVAC system designers to understand that the relationship between pump costs and pump size is not a simple straight line. As pump sizes increase, the costs for the equipment, related components and installation increase faster. The result is that a pumping system that serves an HVAC load using two small pumps is less expensive than buying and installing one large pump.

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Topics: Best efficiency staging, HVAC System, In The Media, Parallel Sensorless Pump Controller, Parallel Pumping Systems

How the Capabilities for Performance Tracking in Pump Manager Can Alert Operators and Help Avoid Unnecessary HVAC Costs

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Dec 24, 2021 4:04:41 AM

As Seen On: December 10, 2021

As facility managers, contractors and service professionals gain experience working with remote performance tracking capabilities for intelligent pumps, the HVAC industry is learning how valuable this type of subscription service can be. It seems that many customers originally agreed to the purchase of a performance tracking subscription service on the assumption that it would serve only as a security blanket, but would be mostly unnecessary. Based on the testimonial stories provided by customers describing service, maintenance and performance management scenarios, the subscription service has proven its value many times over. Examples detailing how remote performance tracking prevented a serious negative outcome, organized into categories, are presented below.

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Topics: HVAC System, In The Media, Pump Manager, Performance Management, Active Performance Management, Design Envelope pumps, performance tracking services

Armstrong Fluid Technology: Three keys to lower HVAC costs

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Nov 23, 2021 11:56:59 PM

As Seen On: November 12, 2021

Most pump control systems support variable-speed operation, but they don’t provide web-based alerts or notifications of changes to settings.

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Topics: HVAC System, Pump Manager, Performance Management, Parallel Pumping Systems, Energy Efficiency, Permanent Magnet Motors

Armstrong Fluid Technology – Energy savings with tech

Posted by Kevin Laidler on Sep 22, 2021 8:35:25 AM

As seen on: September 18, 2021

“The time to embrace energy efficient technology solutions in the Middle East is NOW! Stakeholders need a strategy that unites individual sectors”

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.

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Topics: Energy Efficient, Sustainability, HVAC System, In The Media, Pump Manager, Performance Management

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