Armstrong Fluid Technology launches new single-phase pumps in the Middle East

Armstrong Fluid Technology, a leading innovator in the design, engineering and manufacturing of intelligent fluid-flow and control options, has launched a new model of its Design Envelope pump, specifically to serve in light-duty installations the place the obtainable power is single-phase.
Many smaller commercial and residential buildings use single-phase power. The conventional strategy for these functions is usually to install a low-cost, light-duty circulator. While this meets the application requirements, many circulators aren’t repairable, and are designed for just a few years of operation.
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The new Single-Phase Design Envelope pumps present sensible and economical options for those installations and are actually obtainable for single part power (200–230V) in sizes ranging from 0.25 to 1.5kW.
Kevin Laidler – Sales Director, Middle East and Africa, feedback: ‘These pumps are designed to deliver increased reliability, which in turn helps to reduce prices. They are constructed to comply with the design commonplace for commercial pumps, so they are manufactured to last and could be economically repaired.’
As mechanical room piping for light-duty fluid-flow purposes is commonly put in vertically, the model new single-phase pumps can also be put in and operated in vertical piping.
Compared to เกจ์วัดแรงดันน้ำมันเครื่อง that often depend on wall-mounted drives and standard induction motors, Design Envelope pumps provide savings of as much as 30% on operating costs through:
Adjustable design level and setpoint to match on-site circumstances
Quadratic stress management curve for max effectivity in variable-speed purposes
Constant move operate to maintain a exact move price in recirculation applications
As with all our Design Envelope pumps, the model new single-phase pump includes built-in intelligence and connectivity to help Active Performance Management. The subscription-based Pump Manager service permits users to trace pump standing and performance, and can send alerts identifying points such as cavitation and dead-head. It additionally permits efficiency optimization via cloud-based analytics.

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