Armstrong Announces a Series of Energy-Savings Webinars for a Changing Environment

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Armstrong Announces a Series of Energy-Savings Webinars for a Changing Environment

Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced a series of six new webinars for the month of April designed to help building managers, engineers and maintenance professionals navigate energy savings during a changing environment.

Focusing on a variety of critical topics from “Remote Connectivity” to “Indoor Air Quality” and “Smart HVAC Systems for a New World,” the insightful sessions address all aspects of building performance.

The individual webinars and a link to free registration are listed below:

Benefits of Remote Connectivity to Intelligent HVAC Systems and Equipment

April 3rd at 1PM EST

With the advent of built-in intelligence and edge computing, remote connectivity to intelligent equipment adds value such as virtual asset management, objective data measurement for improved understanding, improved on site safety and improved long-term occupant comfort. Discover how this advanced capability will make a difference to all of your installations.

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Booster Pump Maintenance Basics – ensure water pressure in high rise residential buildings

April 7th at 11AM EST

Whether you prefer condition based maintenance or predictive maintenance as an asset management approach, the basic requirements for maintaining a pressure booster system are important components in an operations plan. This webinar will review the steps facility managers and operators should take on a regular basis to guarantee water supply for building occupants, as well as how to review booster system settings and performance data to identify potential issues.

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Indoor Air Quality steps are more important than ever. How can you improve IAQ?

April 8th at 11AM EST

While indoor air quality (IAQ) has long been a topic of discussion and concern, the quality of air in indoor spaces has taken on even greater importance in recent weeks. Topics covered will include pollutants and sources, case histories, short-term and long-term effects of poor IAQ, and why building and facility managers should put increased focused on IAQ.

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Smart HVAC Systems for a New World

April 14th at 11AM EST

New emerging HVAC technologies are extending the capabilities of equipment operation, remote connectivity, asset management with ground-breaking maintenance and service tools. This session will cover some of these new technologies and show how you can capitalize on the benefits while mitigating risk, with added focus on how these capabilities have even more value during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

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Building Air Quality and HVAC Controls

April 21st at 11AM EST

With increased interest in occupant health and safety, indoor air quality is a key topic of discussion. Management, control, maintenance and automation of HVAC systems play a key role in the air quality that circulates in buildings. This webinar focuses on options for control and automation in HVAC systems and how they can be used to the greatest effect for balancing indoor air quality, tenant comfort and efficiency.

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Save Time and Money with Repairable Circulators

April 24th at 11AM EST

Many circulator designs support easy repair or replacement of wear parts. For many users, this is the lowest cost approach over the long-term. But what are the differentiating factors between a throwaway design and a repairable design. And what kinds of repairs are possible? This webinar answers all these questions and reviews the basics of circulator repair, with a view to informing your future purchase decisions.

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Each of these insightful webinars is less than 60 minutes in length and includes a question and answer session at the conclusion. A library of previous Armstrong webinars covering a variety of informative topics can be accessed here, or at Armstrong’s website (ArmstrongFluidTechnology.com) by selecting Education & Training, Webinar Library. 

About Armstrong Fluid Technology – With over 1,200 employees worldwide, operating seven manufacturing facilities worldwide, Armstrong Fluid Technology is known as an innovator in the design, engineering and manufacturing of intelligent fluid flow equipment. With expertise in demand-based control, digitalization, fluid flow, and heat transfer, Armstrong Fluid Technology leads the fluid systems industry, including HVAC, plumbing, and fire safety, providing the most energy-efficient and cost-effective solutions to building professionals and owners around the world.

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