What Makes Armstrong the Leader in Vertical In-Line Pumps?
Armstrong's vertical in-line pump represents a design innovation that has repeatedly proven its value over the past 40 years. Armstrong took a leadership role in improving the efficiency and utility of commercial pumps by designing and marketing the vertical in-line pump in the early 1970s.
Since that time, other market participants have copied the original design. However, Armstrong remains the industry leader in both on-going design innovation and promotion of the vertical in-line pump. Armstrong takes a leading role in educating engineers around the world on the value of vertical in-line pump installations, and offers one of the widest range of vertical in-line pump sizes in the industry. The Armstrong 4300 split coupled vertical in-line pump includes both a silicon carbide seal and an outside balanced seal as standard items. Armstrong vertical in-line pumps combine excellent operating efficiency, with very low vibration and noise.
As well, Armstrong offers a very valuable design/assist program whereby an internal designer will work with contractors and engineers to ‘lay out' and mechanical room using vertical technology. In past instances, substituting vertical pumps for horizontal, in addition to reorganizing and repositioning mechanical room components has led to tremendous cost savings in energy, piping and system efficiency.
Armstrong will continue to take a leading role in development of new product innovations and new pump sizes and applications to meet and exceed customer requirements.
The unique features of the Armstrong Vertical In-Line are as follows: