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Armstrong Fluid Technology - District Heating Case Study

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Jan 20, 2021 1:36:38 AM

As Seen On: January, 2021

Blackburn Meadows, Sheffield

An important district heating scheme in Sheffield, which generates heat and energy from waste wood, has come to fruition with the help of an integrated packaged pump solution from Armstrong Fluid Technology.

The pump solution incorporates six large Armstrong 4300 Series variable speed pumps with built-in inverters, integrated with Armstrong’s IPS 4000 pump controller, which optimises operation of all 6 pumps to minimise energy consumption.

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Topics: Case Study, In The Media, IPS 4000, District Heating, IPS 4000 Pump Controller, Packaged Plantrooms

Armstrong Unveils New IPS 4000 Controller for Multi- pump Installations with Variable Load Demands

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Mar 7, 2019 10:01:09 AM

As Seen on - March 05, 2019

Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced the release of its new Integrated Pumping System (IPS 4000), an automation solution for commercial HVAC pumping stations of up to 8 pumps and 16 zones.

The new IPS 4000:

  • Automates and optimizes multi-pump installations in a range of different plant configurations
  • Provides sequences for variable-primary, secondary or tertiary pumping system applications
  • Delivers leading energy savings, with patented Parallel SensorlessTM pump staging technology
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Topics: Design Envelope, In The Media, IPS 4000, Integrated Pumping System

ARMSTRONG Introduces the IPS 4000 Controller Featuring Advanced Sensorless Design

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Dec 2, 2015 11:13:33 PM

As seen on – December 1, 2015

Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced the introduction of its IPS 4000 (Integrated Pumping System), an advanced multi-zone control that directly integrates with pumping units to optimize energy performance, system handling and installation.

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Topics: Controller, In The Media, IPS 4000

Controller cuts costs and boosts performance

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Dec 18, 2014 7:02:00 PM

As seen on - December 11, 2014

A new pump controller has been launched by Armstrong Fluid Technology.

Developers of the IPS 4000 say pump performance will be improved while it presents opportunities for energy savings in both new build projects and refurbishments as capacity is automatically matched with changing building demand.
Designed to control multiple secondary pumps for HVAC systems in both heating and cooling applications, the IPS 4000 can control up to six variable speed pumps in parallel or standby configurations covering up to 12 zones.
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Topics: Controller, HVAC, In The Media, IPS 4000

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