NEW BOOSTER SETS Armstrong Fluid Technology has launched the new Design Envelope 6800G Boosters which are easier to install and commission, save space in the plantroom, and offer outstanding energy efficient performance across a wider operating range than ever before.

Bringing together the benefits of Armstrong’s Design Envelope control technology and high-efficiency IE5 rated motors, the new 6800G packaged booster range offers the contractor major advantages in installation savings and reduced commissioning time.

In addition, the integrated variable speed intelligence embedded in the controller optimises energy efficiency throughout the booster’s lifetime, delivering the building owner/occupier the best return on investment.

The new Armstrong Design Envelope 6800G Boosters address the water delivery challenges of high-rise buildings by combining Vertical Multi- stage pumps with advanced variable speed controls.

Supplied fully-assembled and integrated, Armstrong 6800G packaged booster sets can be configured with two-five pumps to


NEW CIO Cloudfm, a UK-based FM company, has announced the appointment of Steven Corbett as Chief Information Officer.

Steven has worked with a number of innovative organisations such as BT and Willis Towers Watson; most recently he was Head of Automation at Aviva.

As CIO, Steven will lead Cloudfm’s IT department, optimising the company’s technological capabilities. His extensive expertise in digital transformation and robotic & AI automation, will help secure the business’ ambitious goals.

Commenting on his appointment, Steven said: “I’m delighted to be joining the senior team at Cloudfm. The company’s strong values and inspiring vision have driven exponential growth, and I’m looking forward to being part of the company’s continued expansion.

“I’m confident that my experience of technology leadership, will help

the future, without the expense of replacement, or a reduction in energy efficiency, due to an Armstrong Design Envelope approach.

Armstrong Design Envelope solutions are sized on the basis of efficiency across a wide range of duty points, protecting against the need for re-selection, and providing energy- efficient performance across a wider range of operating conditions than other models.

suit the application. Product selection is quick and simple, with purpose- designed online selection software, along with a Return on Investment calculator tool to help contractors quantify savings for their customers based on actual project data.

Off-site manufacture means that the packaged booster sets are fully-tested prior to delivery, for quick, trouble-free installation and commissioning, with minimal wiring and mounting required on site.

And if design iterations occur during this process, the booster sets are capable of accommodating reasonable changes in operational demands, either during the design phase or in

Accurate assembly is guaranteed, as the boosters are manufactured by Armstrong’s own engineers, with product-specific fluid dynamics expertise underpinned by ISO quality procedures. Designed using the last 3D computer modelling, the 6800G range offers minimal footprint, and typically delivers a space saving of around 25% over competing models, with mounting on a base-frame enabling easy lifting and positioning during installation.

After handover, the building owner and occupants can be assured of lower energy and operational costs. Embedded control logic ensures optimum efficiency at all times, adjusting pump speed, and staging pumps on and off as needed during periods of high and low demand.

Cloudfm drive positive change in the industry.”

Jeff Dewing, Cloudfm’s CEO commented: “We’re thrilled to be welcoming Steven to the Cloudfm team. His formidable experience in all aspects of technology management will help drive the execution of our growth strategy.

“His expertise in digital transformation will support the leadership here at Cloudfm in achieving our goals, whilst reinforcing the vital partnership between the IT team and the rest of the business.” TOMORROW’S FM | 09

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