Armstrong’s Pump Manager Wins Industry Award

Armstrong Fluid Technology’s Pump Manager, a cloud-based subscription service that enables Active Performance Management, has been honored as one of the best new products of 2019 by the readers of Consulting Specifying Engineer magazine.

This marks the fourth time in five years that Armstrong solutions have won this coveted industry award.

Pump Manager captured the Gold Award in the highly competitive Pumps & Motors category. An innovative new solution, Pump Manager proactively tracks and manages pump performance and provides early diagnostic notifications, web accessible trends and analytics along with automated reports.

Considered one of the most prestigious honors in the HVAC marketplace, the CSE Product of the Year award winners are selected from among a large field of new product finalists and voted on by the qualified engineers and building professionals who subscribe to the magazine.

“We’re very pleased to win such a prestigious honor based on votes from consulting engineers worldwide,” said Tunji Asiwaju, Global Performance Management Services Manager. “It reinforces the importance of using cloud-based services to help building owners make informed decisions and take immediate action to deliver the best possible HVAC Performance.”

Armstrong solutions previously voted Product of the Year include the Design Envelope Tango Pump, the Design Envelope Vertical In-Line Retrofit Pump and the Parallel Sensorless Pump Controller.

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