Armstrong launches medium range line

xp2i has added a brand new size vary to its Design Envelope Permanent Magnet pumps that are engineered to deliver 20% lower operating costs than variable pace pumps with commonplace induction motors.
The new pumps are available with motors ranging from 15 hp to 50 hp and function at NEMA Ultra-Premium Efficiency ranges. – Image: Armstrong Fluid Technology
The new pumps are available with motors ranging from 15 hp to 50 hp and operate at NEMA Ultra-Premium Efficiency ranges that exceed the efficiency targets of each the US Department of Energy and the European Union.
The new Armstrong Design Envelope Pumps have a quantity of additional design features which make them extra energy-efficient and cost-effective. These include Armstrong’s patented Parallel Sensorless Control which stages multiple pumps and regulates output for best effectivity across the complete pump array, saving 10-30% in working costs. They even have adjustable design points and setpoint primarily based on precise on-site situations, a quadratic stress control curve that provides extra efficiency than a linear pressure control curve and a constant-flow operate for maintaining a desired circulate fee in recirculation purposes.
The new pumps additionally provide advanced connectivity through Armstrong’s Pump Manager, a Cloud-based performance tracking service, which provides excessive levels of analytics and insights together with alerts, alarms and data storage.
David Lee, offering manager, Armstrong Fluid Technology, mentioned: “Better performance at greater RPMs signifies that in some circumstances a smaller Design Envelope Permanent Magnet Pump can deliver the identical flow and strain as a bigger, dearer competing mannequin, These new pumps additionally function smaller dimensions and are cheaper to purchase and install as a end result of everlasting magnet motors provide a substantial discount in each dimension and weight.”

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