Armstrong's IPS 4000 is designed for commercial HVAC pumping stations of up to eight pumps and 16 zones.
Armstrong's IPS 4000 is designed for commercial HVAC pumping stations of up to eight pumps and 16 zones.

Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced the release of its new integrated pumping system, the IPS 4000 for commercial HVAC pumping stations of up to eight pumps and 16 zones.

The new IPS 4000 automates and optimises multi-pump installations in different plant configurations. It provides sequences for variable-primary, secondary or tertiary pumping system applications and, the company says, can deliver energy savings, with its Parallel Sensorless pump staging technology.

Pre-configured to get maximum benefit from the capabilities of Design Envelope, the technology embedded in Armstrong pumps, the new IPS 4000 is designed for quick and straightforward setup with high levels of pump control. The IPS 4000 is compatible with existing building automation systems.

Peter Thomsen, director, Building Systems Solutions, said that the new IPS 4000 will add value in any building that has short peak loads or that needs a hybrid solution to provide both Sensorless staging and critical zone sensors.