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Armstrong Fluid Technology Webinars

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Fluid Flow, Pump Basics and the Evolution of Smart Pumps

17th March 2020

The session will provide an overview of fluid flow basics and centrifugal pump principles. Additional content will include the interaction of the pump with the larger system and the transitions from traditional constant speed to variable speed to ‘Smart’ pumps to intelligent pumps. Finally we will review operating and maintenance practices for best results.

This session provides an overview of flow & pressure principles

How a System Curve is Formulated

Pump Basics, Performance Curves & Affinity Laws

Benefits of Parallel Pumping

Comparison of Traditional Pumping with Smart Pumping trends Sensorless Technology & Design Envelope Concept

Pump Connectivity, Active Performance Management and the future of pumping

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What You Will Learn

Many building owners and operators think of HVAC optimization projects as being too expensive to even consider. On the assumption that a project will involve replacing the biggest, most expensive components they choose to continue operating inefficient systems, and their operating outcomes suffer as a result.

During the webinar Armstrong will present the answers to two questions:

1. What if there’s no budget? What can I do to improve my HVAC efficiency without any investment in equipment upgrades?

2. What if there’s only a small budget? What can I do to improve my HVAC efficiency without a big investment in upgrades?

In this session you will learn how you can optimize your current HVAC system, without any equipment upgrades. We’ll present the steps you can take to maintain, adjust or reset your system to squeeze the best possible performance out of the equipment you have. Drawing advice and data from industry studies we’ll show how building operators have saved up to 25% on one of their biggest operating expenses – keeping the building comfortable.


Recent Advances in Pumping Technology Delivers Maximum Efficiency and Cost Savings.

Modern, intelligent pump technology offers the potential for savings in a range of functional areas beyond just energy.

An informed buyer can capture that value by taking advantage of the choices available.

Here’s just a few of the recent advances in pump technology that delivers savings beyond just energy:

  • Improved components and design
  • Built in Parallel Sensorless pump controls
  • Embedded connectivity with diagnostic insights

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Armstrong Fluid Technology
Wolverton Street
M11 2ET


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