HPI/CPI | Armstrong | Americas

Intelligent steam and condensate optimization solutions to boost productivity, lower energy consumption, and maximize the safety, efficiency and reliability of your processes and systems.

Many of the world’s largest, most prominent refineries and chemical processors turn to Armstrong as their trusted source for steam and condensate expertise and service. Check out the full range of intelligent, hardworking products, state-of-the-art tools and software, expert training, and specialized services we offer for your new and existing facilities of all sizes, worldwide.

Products and Systems for HPI/CPI

From rugged, dependable products and complete system solutions to leading-edge technology, Armstrong has it all.

Whatever you’re trying to achieve, you can count on Armstrong to provide exactly what you need. As global leaders in energy management, we understand the tough, complex issues you face in the refining and chemical processing industry, day after day.

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Best Practices for HPI/CPI, Tailored to Your Application and Facilities

Armstrong’s steam and condensate specialists are experienced and knowledgeable, with deep insight into your industry’s processes, systems and requirements. We can help you establish customized standards and best practices for product application and piping design that are designed to address and prevent critical issues for a specific unit or refinery, or your entire organization, in locations all over the world. Together, we’ll figure out what works best for you.

Boost Productivity, Lower Energy Consumption, and Maximize Reliability of Processes and Systems

Whatever you’re trying to achieve, you can count on Armstrong to provide exactly what you need. As global leaders in energy management, we understand the tough, complex issues you face in the refining and chemical processing industry, day after day.

Our advanced steam system efficiency methodology has United Nations and Kyoto Protocol approvals.

Armstrong’s steam system efficiency methodology, which relates to steam traps, has been approved by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and ours is the first efficiency methodology to be approved for international trading of resultant carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions under the Kyoto Protocol.