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6800G & 6900

boosters

solution outline

file no: 100.14 supersedes: 100.14


date: february 2015 date: february 2014
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the challenge
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he need for energy savings has led to approach to solution design and selection, booster

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broad acceptance of variable speed tech-
nology for use with booster systems.
However, the inclusion of digital controllers adds
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solutions that are contractor-friendly
connection
friendly are hard to find. Designers
and owner-
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are
at required capacity, contractors struggle with on
grooved standard 6" & 8"
complexity to the sizing, installation, commissioning installation and building owners are often left with a 9 7
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and operation of boosters. Lacking booster that fails to deliver on promised benefits.

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rmstrong Design

A Envelope boosters
address the water
delivery challenges presented
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activity throughout
by high-rise buildings by com-
bining high-efficiency Vertical
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Multistage pumps (6800) or
dualArm pumps (6900) with 25
modern variable speed controls. zz

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Armstrong Design Envelope solutions are sized using a


z z efficient booster sizes for
pre-set collection of the most
a range of performance levels, so they can easily adapt

z z the life of your building, the DesignzEnvelope


z conditions. Over
to changes in design, site or operating
approach zz
to selection protects you against potentially costly and
time-consuming system rework due to:

Changes to fixtures
up to
70%
Changes to building design

Installation of backflow
energy kWh preventer
savings
Pipe corrosion and scaling
at 50% design flow
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Embedded control logic ensures


Integrated controls
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optimum efficiency at all times,
adjusting pump speed and staging
mechanical and digital capabilities
pumps on and off as needed during
e periods of high and low demand. a
Armstrong Design Envelope boosters integrate pumping
components and advanced digital controllers for:

Optimal energy savings Design Envelope control


curves are programmed into the controller.
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Easy installation and replacement No additional
wiring or mounting is required on-site and indi-
vidual pumps can be removed and replaced as a
complete unit.

Single source of supply Armstrong supports


all aspects of the booster system package.
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suction
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grooved standard on 6" & 8"

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without the written permission of
material 8 7 reproduction in part or as a whole
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s.a. armstrong . any
asme y14.5-1994 drawing is the sole property of
dimensioning and tolerancing per: the information contained in this

key benefits
three place decimal 0.250 proprietary and confidential
two place decimal 0.25
angular: mach 0.5 bend 0
fractional 1/4
tolerances:

weight in pounds
dimensions are in inches

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unless otherwise specified:

easy bms Supports leading communications protocols,


connectivity including Modbus/BACnet mstp/BACnet ip.
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lowest energy
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Design Envelope boosters stage individual pumps
on and off for optimum efficiency and reduced
costs energy costs. Boosters also adjust setpoint
according to flow to save energy.

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minimal Armstrong Design Envelope boosters lead the
industry with a compact package design that
footprint minimizes floor space requirements and sim-
plifies on-site delivery.

Design Envelope 6800 Competing models Design Envelope 6900 Competing models
68" 40" 77" 48" 44" 33" 64" 44"

space savings of 25% space savings of 45%

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commissioning
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Single step interface to enable/disable


pressure setback and apply a 24-hour
timer for an easy inspection process.
left hand - std. as show
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discharge
left hand - std. as show
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connection ori
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check valves e 3 8 on
pressure gauges zone 7
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original relea
base & panel support 6 e

contractor Armstrong offers easy-to-use selection

friendly
tools for performance analysis and
notes:
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product selection.
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1 - dimensions are based on factor
for other than standard consu

2 - all dimensions are in inches [m

3 - tolerances are +/- 1/4" [6.35] u

4 - drawings are for layout purpo 127.00


f 5 - drawing 2502-000 is applicable 25.40
Selection software: allows users to select roi calculator:
30hp displays your savings and roi
@ 3600rpm, and nominal i
products, and engage in collaborative system based on real data from your installation.
design over the internet.
for larger sizes consult factor
Visit https://roi.armlink.com/
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Visit https://aceonline.armlink.com/newdefault.asp
6 - booster is supplied with standa
for optional victaulic type or
Interchangeable inlet sides: on models with grooved or threaded(optionally
con-
supplied loose).
nections, installing contractors can adjust the suction and discharge inlet
orientation by moving end caps to accommodate site conditions.

maximum system pressure:

key features
see note 6
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connection orien
intuitive industry-
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interface leading
suction
left hand - std. as shown
software
3.4 inch alphanumeric touch-
8 16mb flash
screen with capabilities
discharge
memory supports four left hand - std. as shown
languages: English, French,
Portuguese and Spanish.

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energy & water


consumption Armstrong Design Envelope boost-

data
ers provide data storage and detailed
f reports on booster operation.

Energy profiling capabilities include:


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Monthly/yearly kWh consumption
max
reporting
Instantaneous kW readings
Capacity to reset data storage
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Detailed data charts illustrating energy
consumption patterns

Flow Estimation includes:


Maximum flow
Current flow
Data charts

service contact
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screens
Stores and presents contact information
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full compliance No-flow shutdown

with ashrae 90.1


Senses when there is no demand
in the system and shuts off the
booster.
notes:
Pressure setback
Built-in logic that adjusts pressure setpoint
1 - todimensions
proportional are
flow to account for lowerbased on factor
friction lossesfor other
and lower flows.than
This is anstandard consu
alternative to installing a remote sensor.
2 - all dimensions are in inches [m
No-flow pressure optimization
3 -generates
The system tolerances are +/- 1/4" [6.35] u
an additional
boost of pressure prior to shutdown,
allowing the use of a smaller draw-
4 - drawings are for layout purpo
down tank.

5 - drawing 2502-000 is applicable


Most booster systems currently operating
low lead 30hp @ 3600rpm, and nominal i
do not comply with low lead regulations.
for larger sizes consult factor
certification
Armstrong Design Envelope boosters are nsf
certified, making them the perfect choice for
both new 6and
- booster is supplied with standa
retrofit projects.
for optional victaulic type or
(optionally supplied loose).
Allows building managers to recharge the
softfill system with water after maintenance with
maximum
no risk of damage system pressure:
to system components.
see note 6
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alternate Allows users to select different operating


connection orien
set points
on
setpoints for different seasons through the
interface screen.
suction
left hand - std. as shown

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extended All Armstrongleft hand


Design - std. as shown
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warranty
pumps and booster systems
are supported by an industry-
leading 3-year warranty
three years
booster application range

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Systems can
be flexibly
combined in
2 to 5 pumps

performance 6800g 6900


2 - 5 unit s 2 unit s D

toronto flow r ate max gpm 1962 500


+1 416 755 2291 pressure max psi 320 100
buffalo
total max hp 250 40
+1 716 693 8813

birmingham For more information, contact your Armstrong


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