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Armstrong releases new documents promoting HVAC energy savings

September 1, 2017

Documents illustrate how design engineers and contractors can realize up to 80% energy savings and 65% installed cost savings on HVAC systems.

Armstrong Fluid Technology has published two new Solution Outline documents designed to help design engineers and contractors realize up to 80% energy savings and 65% installed cost savings on their HVAC systems.

The first Solution Outline entitled Intelligent Variable Speed Pumps, featuring the company’s Design Envelope solution, details how intelligent variable speed pumps with sensorless technology can provide HVAC systems with the lowest life cost by consuming only the energy required. The 12-page document features charts, graphs and explanations of how HVAC professionals can achieve the highest value pumping system for their individual installations.

The second Solutions Outline (featuring Armstrong’s Tango Intelligent Variable Speed Pump) expands on the first by explaining how Tango Pumps with built-in Parallel Sensorless Pump Control can further reduce the first installed costs as well as lifetime costs by more than 30% compared to traditional approaches. The six-page document also uses detailed charts and graphs to illustrate how Design Envelope Tango Pumps can help building owners cut their energy costs while saving up to 75% of mechanical room space.


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