Armstrong Fluid Technology, a leading manufacturer of intelligent flow equipment, including pumps, valves, heat exchangers and control solutions, has announced a limited time offer in the GCC.
Customers can now enjoy a free trial of Pump Manager, its intelligent pump performance management technology.
Powered by IBM Watson, Pump Manager uses embedded intelligence and digital connectivity to provide real-time insights and pump performance reports.
“This active performance management software ensures pump performance can be monitored and optimised for efficient operation through its complete lifecycle,” said a spokesman for the company.
Pump Manager can be integrated into new or existing pumps using either a simple connectivity kit for newer pumps, or a DEPM (Dynamic Enterprise Performance Management) retrofit for older ones.
The company’s regional sales enablement centre will be available to advise on the best solution for each application.
"Pump Manager has the power to deliver a number of important benefits. By providing real-time insights, the software delivers continuous opportunities for optimisation of pump performance," he stated.
"It also increases pump availability and reliability, allowing for early detection of unexpected failures. Overall, the software helps to maximise energy efficiency, thus reducing operating and maintenance costs. The integration of Pump Manager can help to improve tenant comfort, increase building resilience and even monitor environmental impact," he noted.
"The offer includes a free trial of the Pump Manager Essential Package for three months, which permits access to an analytics dashboards and real-time alerts," said the spokesman.
The free trial can be used for up to four VIL pumps, four suction pumps or two tango pumps. It is also valid on new subscriptions taken out by the end of June, he added.-TradeArabia News Service

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