Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced the availability of a new line of high performance Design Envelope End-Suction pumps in the 1 to 10 hp range. These new offerings reflect a completely new design featuring improved hydraulics and Armstrong intelligent motor technology. The new offerings also feature Armstrong’s unique vibration isolation technology, which can reduce installed costs by as much as $2000 by eliminating the need to add an inertia base on installation.
These new End-Suction pumps offer all the value of Armstrong’s industry-leading Design Envelope technology. Providing extended intelligence, wireless connectivity, new integrated Armstrong controls, Parallel Sensorless Pump Control and on-board web services, Design Envelope technology can help building managers realize energy savings of up to 70%. Design Envelope pump offerings also support Armstrong’s new, connected performance management service, Pump Manager.
“Design Envelope solutions coupled with our Performance Management services allow our customers to greatly improve their energy performance and maintain or extend those savings over time through real-time insight and action.” said Lex van der Weerd, Armstrong CEO. “We are excited to announce the extension of our end-suction configurations to include Armstrong intelligent motor technology, providing our customers with additional choice as they strive to achieve their sustainability goals.”
About Armstrong Fluid Technology
With over 1000 employees worldwide, operating seven manufacturing facilities on three continents, Armstrong Fluid Technology is known around the world as a forerunner and innovator in the design, engineering and manufacturing of intelligent fluid flow equipment. With its expertise in fluid dynamics, heat transfer, variable speed, and demand-based control, Armstrong Fluid Technology leads the fluid systems industry, including HVAC, plumbing, and fire safety in providing the most energy efficient and cost effective solutions to building professionals and owners around the globe.