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Armstrong Offers New Webinar Series “Building Envelope & the Impact on the HVAC System” Featuring Real-life Challenges and Solutions

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Armstrong Offers New Webinar Series “Building Envelope & the Impact on the HVAC System” Featuring Real-life Challenges and Solutions

Armstrong Offers New Webinar Series “Building Envelope & the Impact on the HVAC System” Featuring Real-life Challenges and Solutions

Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced that its popular three-part webinar series “Building Envelope and the Impact on the HVAC System” is now available in its entirety on the Armstrong Webinar Library.

Designed to help HVAC professionals significantly reduce energy costs by better understanding how the building envelope impacts the HVAC system, the third and final webinar was recently broadcast live.

“We are delighted to make all three parts of this valuable webinar series available for the first time”, said Tony Furst, US Director Application Engineering Armstrong Fluid Technology. “Hundreds of HVAC professionals have already benefited from the individual webinars but now all three webinars can be viewed and reviewed on demand. Of special value are the questions and answers at the end of each webinar that deal with real-life challenges and solutions.”

Armstrong’s Webinar Library features more than 160 archived webinars on a variety of valuable topics of interest to HVAC professionals, All webinars offer a Certificate for Professional Development Hours.
Registration for upcoming and archived webinars and more detailed information on times and topics can be accessed at

About Armstrong Fluid Technology

With eight manufacturing facilities on four continents, and employees around the world, Armstrong Fluid Technology is known as an innovator in the design, engineering and manufacturing of intelligent fluid flow equipment, control solutions and optimization technologies.

In the shift toward digitalization and integration of fluid-flow systems, Armstrong leads the industry. With advanced solutions that leverage edge computing, IoT, machine learning, digital twin technology and demand-based control, Armstrong provides and protects efficiency in building mechanical systems, approaching energy optimization as a whole-building challenge and advancing the practice of full lifecycle management. Focusing on HVAC, Plumbing, Gas Transmission and Fire Safety applications, we provide energy-efficient, cost-effective solutions and performance management services to building and facility professionals around the world.

Armstrong Fluid Technology is committed to sustainability. In 2019, Armstrong signed the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment, a program launched by the World Green Building Council. As a signatory to the program, Armstrong has pledged to ensure that all its offices and manufacturing facilities operate at net-zero carbon by the year 2030

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