There are thousands of great stories behind the IB Steam Trap’s 100 years of success. This website lets us share some of the best. Read more »
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Since it was brought to market in 1911, the energy-saving performance of the Armstrong Inverted Bucket Steam Trap is legendary.
Each one of our “4 E’s” defines a priority area that is part of the Armstrong brand’s promise to our employees and customers.
When Armstrong International opened its facility in Belgium, the Inverted Bucket Steam Trap was not the featured product.
A current study looks deep into the science behind the Inverted Bucket Steam Trap – and even teaches us a thing or two.
Gard DoIph is recognized as one of the best of the steam-trap craftsmen, producing 500,000 steam traps during his 30-year stint at the trap bench.
A first-time visitor to Armstrong International will be impressed by the absence of time clocks and the presence of personal responsibility.
This 100th anniversary is a great chance to see how much our identity has changed – and how much of what’s best about it has stayed the same.
Twenty-five years ago, a challenge to find “the oldest Armstrong Inverted Bucket Steam Trap in operation” created a lot of interest – and an entertaining story.
In 1940, the Rainbow Laundry was called “the perfect laundry.” At least they standardized on the perfect steam trap.
A single Inverted Bucket Steam Trap caught the attention of an important prospect – and began the next chapter of this story.
A 1985 story in TRAP Magazine highlighted the results of a comprehensive 10-year trap study. But that was just the beginning of the story.
When people couldn’t make it to our Demonstration Center, “Gus” Armstrong came up with a way to take the demonstration to them.
No discussion of Armstrong storytelling is complete without the legacy of one of our greatest vehicles for storytelling – TRAP Magazine.
When a leader in advanced learning works with the leader in steam traps and energy savings, it’s sure to produce innovation and sustainable solutions.
The fruit doesn’t fall far from the tree. For Affiliated Steam and Armstrong, that’s a good thing.