TCU Armstrong

Product Solutions April 2022

April 5, 2022

Energy Savings at Texas Christian University

Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth is a private institution established in 1873 that enrolls more than 10,000 students.

In 2018, TCU was approached by Armstrong Fluid Technology to upgrade three constant-speed pumps in the University Recreation Center. The project presented a number of challenges, including the limited access at the site for removal and installation of the pumps.

As a result of the university’s pump retrofit project, TCU is saving more than $7,500 a year, resulting in a 63% efficiency improvement. In addition, annual CO2 emissions were reduced by 50,000 kilograms.

TCU now has easy access to pump operation data showing flow, head, power usage and revolutions per minute, as well as constant data-logging and performance monitoring. 

Halo™ Swing-Activated Faucet and Eyewash

Save space with Bradley’s Halo™ Swing-Activated Faucet and Eyewash designed with a faucet and emergency eyewash in one fixture. Compact, convenient and reliable for handwashing and eye flushing in tight spaces such as labs, workspaces and classrooms.

PVI Introduces Centurion

PVI® introduces Centurion®, a compact, high-efficiency 2000 MBH water heater featuring the advanced Edge® Controller and state-of-the-art combustion controls technology including O2 Trim. Centurion is backed by an industry-best 15-year warranty.

Hygiene at the ready: SureFlo® Automatic Bulk Soap Dispenser

When hygiene is top of mind, Bobrick’s touch-free SureFlo Automatic Liquid Soap Dispenser delivers.  Top-fill SureFlo with bulk soap—instead of costly proprietary cartridges—to save on costs, reduce waste and ensure a reliably stocked, safe restroom. Hygiene you can bank on. That’s smart.

Walls of Light

Today’s LEDs may last 50,000 hours, but Kalwall® will be harvesting sunlight into museum-quality daylighting™ without using any energy for a lot longer. The fact that it also enhances learning, while insulating more like a wall than a window, is just extra credit.

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