Flow Informs – A new approach to system upgrades

Thursday 28th November 2019
12:10  -  12:40

Theatre :  Built Environment, Technology and Innovation  T3D2 Presentations 

T3

The session will give an insight into how by focusing on replacing the pumps first with new variable speed, high efficiency pumps and with Active Performance Management monitoring, system efficiency can be improved, energy use and COemissions reduced, and cost savings made. The presentation will include a project to demonstrate this strategy in practice.

 

TunjiTunji Asiwaju Global Performance Management Services Manager
Armstrong Fluid Technology

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