Facilities Management Middle East
Armstrong Fluid Technology launches mobile app to optimise pump performance
The software provides industry-leading pump analytics and proactive performance insights
Armstrong Fluid Technology, a innovator in the design, engineering, and manufacturing of intelligent fluid-flow and control solutions, has announced the launch of a new mobile app that brings all of the value and benefits of the Pump Manager subscription service to users of Android and iOS mobile devices.
Leveraging the advanced intelligence and connectivity of Armstrong Design Envelope pumps, Pump Manager is a cloud-based subscription service that provides industryleading pump analytics and performance insights along with alerts and notifications. The software provides industry-leading pump analytics and proactive performance insights along with early diagnostic warnings, web accessible trends and analysis, along with automated reports. Active Performance Management learns, predicts and enables optimisation actions to be made based on these learning to ensure long-term efficiency based on data-driven responses.
Pump Manager has proven to be valuable for end users and service personnel as they work to optimise HVAC performance based on informed decisions and immediate actions. By enabling predictive maintenance, the service reduces and mitigates risks of equipment failure, resulting in around 51% in savings, in addition to maintaining optimum occupant comfort. What’s more, Pump Manager can be optimised in line with data-based learnings to achieve energy savings of up to 30%.
Tunji Asiwaju, global manager, Cloud Services at Armstrong Fluid Technology, commented on the recent launch: “With this new app, service technicians, facility managers and operators can receive real-time alerts and performance data, wherever they are. Service contractors may have a service level agreement for a set retainer fee, so they can really benefit from efficiency improvements in service processes. They can check a mobile device and know immediately what issue a pump is experiencing.”