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Armstrong Fluid Technology announces New Catalog of Hydronic ProductsEngineering
Catalog features updates for over 75% of company products
TORONTO…July 15, 2014 — Armstrong Fluid Technology, a leader and innovator in design, engineering and manufacturing of integrated solutions within the building oriented fluid-flow equipment industry, has announced a new Hydronic Solutions Catalog to help fluid flow professionals find and select hydronics solutions.
Showcasing a host of new products as well as updates for over 75% of existing products, the new catalog is suited for the commercial and residential fluid systems industry. Industry leading products featured include the Compass range of energy efficient Design Envelope circulators, an expanded Astro Wet Rotor range, as well as Maintenance-Free S&H Series and Maintenance-Free Seal Bearing Assemblies.
New material added to the catalog includes a replacement parts section that makes it easy to service installed three-piece circulators, featuring exploded view diagrams for ease of part identification, complete technical data for designers and convenient cross reference tables.
As part of their ongoing commitment to sustainable business practices, Armstrong will make this new catalog available in mid-July for customers to access online at www.armstrongfluidtechnology.com. Authorized representatives will be able to request a copy by using the Partners extranet site.
For more information about Armstrong Fluid Technology visit www.armstrongfluidtechnology.com.
About Armstrong Fluid Technology
With more than 1000 employees worldwide, operating seven manufacturing facilities on three continents, Armstrong Fluid Technology is known around the world as a leader and innovator in design, engineering and manufacturing of integrated solutions within the building oriented fluid-flow equipment industry. Armstrong products are internationally recognized for design innovation, quality, long service life, and superior operating economy. For more information about Armstrong Fluid Technology
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