Press Release Summary:
Designed with series of dispersion tubes spaced to provide short non-wetting distance, ExpressPack accepts atmospheric source steam and discharges it into duct or air handling unit. Shorter non-wetting distance helps prevent condensation on downstream obstructions, optimizing performance of atmospheric source humidifier. Dispersing dry and uniform amount of steam, ExpressPack is suited for HVAC, institutions, and food processing applications.
Original Press Release:
Armstron'g New ExpressPack Delivers Shorter Non-Wetting Distance
Three Rivers, Mich. - Armstrong International, Inc., a world leader in intelligent system solutions for steam, air and hot water utility applications, introduces ExpressPack, a multi-tube steam dispersion panel that accepts atmospheric source steam and discharges it into a duct or air handling unit. ExpressPack is designed with a series of unique dispersion tubes spaced to provide a shorter non-wetting distance than conventional individual tubes.
"A shorter non-wetting distance helps prevent condensation on downstream obstructions, helping simplify design and installation while optimizing performance of the atmospheric source humidifier," said Jon Bingaman, director of Armstrong's global humidification group. ExpressPack disperses a dry and uniform amount of steam and is suited for a variety of applications including HVAC, institutions and food processing.
About Armstrong International
Armstrong International, Inc. (AII), founded in 1900, is a privately held, U.S. multinational manufacturer of intelligent system solutions for steam, air and hot water utility applications. Headquartered in Three Rivers, Mich., it operates sales, manufacturing and seminar facilities around the world. More information can be found at www.armstronginternational.com.