Armstrong is a supplier of reliable products that successfully reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency for petrochemical, energy and industrial sectors.
|Steam Trapping & Steam Tracing Equipment
An efficient steam trap wastes less energy, which means less fuel is burned and reduced emissions.
The results are energy savings and a cleaner, healthier environment. By helping companies manage energy, Armstrong steam traps are also helping protect the world we all share.
Armstrong’s stainless steam filters are designed for filtering steam to yield low differential pressure at high flow rates and are suitable for process steam and culinary steam applications. Steam filter elements are commonly regenerated to reduce pressure drop, remove settled contaminants, and prevent permanent contamination buildup.
Condensate recovery allows you to use all of the valuable Btu within the steam system. Depending on the pressure, condensate leaving a trap contains approximately 20% of the heat energy transferred at the boiler in the form of sensible heat.
Condensate recovery systems help reduce three tangible costs of producing steam:
|Pressure & Temperature Controls
Armstrong pressure reducing valves (PRVs) and temperature regulators help manage steam, air and liquid systems safely and efficiently. They ensure uninterrupted productivity—by maintaining constant pressure or temperature for process control.
Steam, liquids and gases usually flow at high pressure to the points of use. At these points, a pressure reducing valve lowers the pressure for safety and efficiency, and to match the requirements of the application.
A strainer helps screen out particulate matter in a piping system. Although steam traps get most of the glory, strainers also play an important role in the efficient operation of a well-designed system.
Armstrong Y-type strainers are available in cast iron, carbon steel, chrome-moly, forged steel, stainless steel and bronze. Connections come in screwed, socket-weld and flanged configurations. Armstrong T-type strainers are available in stainless steel.
Many industrial processes involve the removal of air/gas from a pressurized liquid. Armstrong air vents are ideally suited for this purpose. The float-operated design means the vents can instantly and automatically adjust to variations in gas flow and pressure. The air vents can handle gas removal from liquids with specific gravities as low as 0.40 and pressure to 2,700 psi (186 bar). Armstrong air vents are available in a wide variety of sizes, end connections and construction materials.
Liquid drainers installed at appropriate points will remove liquid continuously and automatically without wasting air or gas. In addition to drainage of the system, liquid drainers should provide:
Armstrong is a leading supplier of radiator products. Armstrong continues to serve the special needs of homeowners, hotels, commercial buildings, schools, universities–anyone who uses steam/hot water radiators for building heat.
Armstrong’s family of radiator products comes in a range of sizes, body patterns, connection types and body materials to meet widely varying needs in this specialized market.