Pumps for use with single-phase power

Design Envelope pumps are available for use with single-phase power. Ideal for light commercial and industrial applications.

03/16/2015


Design Envelope pumps are available for use with single phase power. Ideal for light commercial, residential and industrial applications.Armstrong Fluid Technology's Design Envelope pumps are available for use with single-phase power. Ideal for light commercial and industrial applications, the pumps allow designers, contractors, project managers, and building owners to choose the best pumping solution for their specific needs. Armstrong offers a complete selection of high-efficiency pumping solutions to serve a broad range of operating requirements. The Design Envelope features include: sensorless variable speed control, integration of pump and controller, space-saving Vertical In-Line design, compliance with ASHRAE 90.1 energy efficiency guidelines, and flexibility. Design Envelope pumps for use with Single phase power are now available up to 7.5 hp.

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