Armstrong introduces the IPC 9521 Integrated Plant Control system featuring advanced technology for greater savings
TORONTO - Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced the introduction of the new IPC 9521 Integrated Plant Control system designed to help building owners achieve greater energy efficiency in chiller plant systems. Featuring the latest advances in control technology, the IPC 9521 uses an innovative base-level platform that can be easily upgraded as installation requirements evolve.
Key features that can help make a substantial difference to the performance and financial viability of HVAC designs and installations include:
•Resident sensorless pump feedback and Parallel Sensorless pump staging for variable primary systems minimizes installation costs and maximizes pump energy efficiency
•Embedded sequences for water cooled variable-primary configuration, all-variable chiller plant automation, and optimization
•Factory-configured for easy activation of the optional Armstrong ECO*Pulse HVAC
health management and diagnostics system
“The new IPC 9521 is a great chiller control solution for building managers who are prepared to make educated investments in technology,” said Mike Piotrowski, global marketing manager.