Armstrong’s new domestic circulator and condensate pumps now available

Armstrong Fluid Technology’s new product lines for domestic and light commercial applications are now available and in stock.

The new Armstrong product lines include high-quality, high-efficiency circulators for heating systems and drinking water, as well as specialist circulators for solar installations, and a broad range of condensate pumps for gas and oil-fired condensing boilers. Included in the portfolio are Armstrong Optimo high-efficiency, electronically-controlled pumps for heating systems, with optional LED displays. Also available is the Armstrong Optimo (N) circulator range suitable for domestic drinking water systems, with stainless steel housings, and the Optimo L Geo model designed for use in higher temperature installations involving solar heat generation.

The Armstrong Lift range of condensate pumps complement the current product offerings, with a range of models to suit gas condensing boilers up to 300kW and 400kW, in addition to the Lift NT25 model for oil condensing boilers with neutralisation tanks.

The domestic and light commercial product lines bring together Armstrong’s existing circulator products (market leaders in Canada and North America) alongside best-selling pumps from the rebranded HALM product range.

This has been made possible by Armstrong’s acquisition, in January 2018, of the Circulator Pump Business Unit of German-based HALM Motors + Systems GmbH (a provider of high efficiency circulator pumps for heating, solar, geothermal and domestic hot water applications). Already an established market leader in commercial scale HVAC solutions and integrated off-site manufactured plantrooms, Armstrong now offers a product portfolio suitable for the widest range of applications, including residential projects.

For brochures, technical information, product selection software (Adept Select) and installation guides visit www.armstrongfluidtechnology.com, email sales@armstrongfluidtechnology.com or tel: 08444 145 145.

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