Vertical pump retrofit

The Design Envelope Vertical In-Line Retrofit pump is designed to allow building owners to replace the moving parts of an installed constant-speed pump while retaining the existing pump casing, insulation, and piping.

04/13/2017


Armstrong Fluid Technology Design Envelope Vertical In-Line Retrofit PumpThe Design Envelope Vertical In-Line Retrofit pump is designed to allow building owners to replace the moving parts of an installed constant-speed pump while retaining the existing pump casing, insulation, and piping. Design Envelope solutions don’t require differential pressure sensors, wall-mounted drives, or additional wiring. There’s no need for a pressure test after the installation because it reuses the existing casing. It allows engineers to help their customers upgrade HVAC installations from constant-speed solutions that waste energy to variable-speed installations that align with industry requirements for energy savings at part load.

Armstrong Fluid Technology, www.armstrongfluidtechnology.com

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