Armstrong Fluid Technology Test Lab Facility Approved through HIs Pump Test Lab Approval Program

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      Armstrong Fluid Technology Test Lab Facility Approved through Hydraulic Institute’s Pump Test Lab Approval Program

      HI Contact: Michael Michaud

      973.267.9700 x100

      mmichaud@pumps.org

       

      The Hydraulic Institute introduces member company, Armstrong Fluid Technology, as the latest company to have their pump test laboratory approved through the HI Pump Test Lab Approval Program. The approved pump test lab is located at 23 Bertrand Ave Toronto, Ontario, Canada M1L 2P3. 

      The HI program assists pump OEMs and other pump test laboratories improve their current laboratory procedures and policies by working with an experienced third-party auditor to develop and maintain accurate, uniform and repeatable pump testing protocols. The program also helps participating organizations adhere to the requirements of the international test laboratory accreditation standard (ISO 17025) concerning test measurement equipment.

      As the DOE requires increased efficiencies for commercial and industrial pumps, a manufacturer's ability to demonstrate accurate pump performance will be an important part of compliance. Performing these tests in a lab that not only applies the industry standard (HI 40.7) but also stands up to an independent third party audit will build confidence in the market that the stated efficiencies will be achieved.

      The pump test lab approval program is HI's latest program designed to support the DOE's energy saving initiatives.

      For more information or to participate in the program please visit www.pumps.org/40.7 or contact the HI Program Manager at PTLAP@pumps.org.  

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