The Heart of Fire Safety Now Has a Brain

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The Heart of Fire Safety Now Has a Brain

Please join us at the NFPA Conference & Expo in San Antonio on June 17 for a major new industry technology announcement.

Armstrong Fluid Technology will be hosting a Pre-NFPA Industry Breakfast Seminar at 8:00am on June 17 to unveil its new fire pump technology that is the first to meet NFPA-20 (2019 version) standards.

We would also be please to schedule a separate booth visit during the NFPA Expo so you can experience the new technology first-hand and speak with Armstrong Fire Safety technology experts.

Please RSVP to Roger Halligan at rhalligan@h-a-intl.com to reserve your seat and to schedule a booth visit.

 

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