Instantaneous Hot Water Generation and Digital Temperature Control for Tighter Process Control of Hot Water and De-Steaming
Armstrong offers state-of-the-art solutions for industrial hot water generation, +/- 1°F temperature control, distribution, and point of use. We also provide de-steaming solutions that generate hot water for washdown with 99.7% efficiency without changing water chemistry.
Armstrong can also help you satisfy global water quality standards for clean, safe outgoing water that meets USFDA and EU bottle water and food ingredient water standards for direct use without additional filtration. (This statement presumes USFDA and EU compliant influent water.)
Advanced Technology and Software for Smart Thermal Utility System Management
Armstrong offers state-of-the-art solutions for improved performance, efficiency, safety, and compliance with industry regulations and guidelines.
Our Advanced Flow Measurement Technology Delivers World-Class Accuracy and Reliability for Steam, Water or Gas
Armstrong offers a full line of differential pressure flow elements and vortex meters, as well as VERIS Accelabar®—our proprietary meter that doesn’t require any straight pipe lengths for installation.
Steam Separators and Steam Filters for Reliable Removal of Impurities
Armstrong’s in-line separators separate condensate efficiently using the centrifugal force of steam or air created by introducing it to a specifically shaped path. The result is improved thermal efficiency and reduced risks for water hammer, equipment corrosion and other problems.
Our industrial stainless steam filters are designed for filtering steam to yield low differential pressure at high flow rates. Suitable for process steam and culinary steam applications in the Pharmaceutical Industry.
Energy-Efficient, Cost-Effective Equipment for Clean, Reliable, Precisely Controlled Humidification
Armstrong provides leading-edge engineering, manufacturing and application of humidification and conditioned steam products and solutions to help you achieve dependable, economical, trouble-free control of your humidity. We offer: evaporative humidification, conditioned steam, electric steam humidifiers, gas-fired steam Humidiclean™, atomization, and specialized steam dispersion methods.
Evaporative Pad Adiabatic Humidifier Cooler—EvaPack™ Series
Our unique, evaporative pad humidifier cooler utilizes free cooling while consuming less energy and delivering best-in-class efficiency, with the lowest pressure drop and largest contact surface on the market. EvaPack™ efficiently converts ordinary, liquid, tap water to water vapor using the simple, natural, efficient process of evaporation. Only EvaPack™ offers a no-glue construction that allows it to be compatible with all water types and can extend its lifespan up to 7 years.
- No glue or hazardous substances
- No fiber loss
- Encrusted silver ions prevent bacterial proliferation
- High moisture absorptive capability
- Minimum pressure drop
Electric Steam Humidifiers
Armstrong Series EHU converts ordinary tap water to steam and distributes it to bring the relative humidity up to the desired level. Our EHU Series humidifiers are ideal for providing humidification where no steam is available or where a steam source is too remote for easy or economical piping. Armstrong offers a variety of electrode, ionic bed and heater type electric steam humidifiers.
Features and benefits of our Series EHU-800 humidifiers include:
- Digital display with keypad
- Self diagnostics
- Adjustable output
- Cleanable tank
- Standard communications
- Onboard controller
- External connections
- Smaller footprint
Expert Studies and Consulting, Conducted by Armstrong’s Trained Specialists
A comprehensive, on-site evaluation of your utility system will reveal inefficiencies and enable us to identify opportunities for improvement and uncover the cause of current or potential problems.
Our Automatic Steam Quality Monitoring is Faster, More Reliable and More Accurate Than Manual Methods
Armstrong’s Steam QM®-3 determines and communicates the dryness fraction, amount of superheat present, and level of non-condensable gases in the steam.