Armstrong Fluid Technology has introduced new features for calculating and tracking energy savings which are now available with its Pump Manager asset management solution.
The new features include the Base Case KW that allows users to determine the cumulative energy savings of a Design Envelope pump since it was commissioned and the Utility Rate feature which means users can enter local utility rates for accurate calculations of the financial savings.
There is also a Local Currency feature which supports the presentation of operating savings in the preferred local currency and the use of CO2 index values supports the calculation of carbon emission reductions based on individual state or national figures for the CO2 index.
Tunji Asiwaju, Armstrong’s Global Performance Management services manager, said: “Pump Manager subscribers can use this information to compare the performance of similar assets across a portfolio of connected Armstrong equipment, setting benchmarks for on-going performance tracking.”
Since its introduction in 2019, Armstrong’s Pump Manager has been named Product of the Year by leading US and UK publications and a finalist in the 2020 AHR Expo Innovation Awards.