SAGE® works seamlessly with our real-time monitoring products, so it always has access to the most current data.
Our powerful software calculates steam loss data as well as C02 emissions and reports them using Armstrong’s advanced steam system efficiency methodology relating to steam traps, that has been approved by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Cutting-Edge Technology for Smart Trap Surveys
Armstrong eliminates human error and makes testing steam traps as simple as pressing a button with our automatic testing device, SAGE UMT®. Using our wireless, handheld steam trap tester, any steam trap technician can survey your trap population quickly and accurately, on a regular basis.
Select the Right Steam Trap—Armstrong’s Experts Are Here to Help
At Armstrong, we know there isn’t one perfect steam trap—but there is a right trap for every type of application. Our specialists can ensure that your steam traps are all properly selected, sized, installed and in working order, for the most effective, energy-efficient steam system. We consider the total cost of operation for your system, including the lifecycle of each trap, which can vary according to pressure and application.
Effective steam trapping for your application, industry and lifecycle of installation.
Armstrong’s dependable, rugged, hardworking steam traps are engineered for energy efficiency, minimal steam loss, corrosion resistance, air and CO2 venting, operation against back pressure, freedom from dirt problems, and long, dependable service.
Custom-Engineered Piping Solutions, Complete With Steam Traps, Control Valves, Trap Valve Stations and Condensate Recovery Equipment
Armstrong’s piping solutions are custom-engineered for easier maintenance, improved reliability and performance, and quicker updates and changes.
- Compact Design and Savings
Fewer leak points, reduced inventory and requires less time for installation and maintenance.
- Increased Flexibility and Versatility
Our space-saving piping solutions allow any manufacturer’s two-bolt steam trap to be piped in-line with Armstrong’s universal connector block for installation in virtually any piping configuration.
- Faster, Easier Maintenance—With No System Shutdown
Repair and replace traps and components quickly and simply while the connector remains in-line.
Even where welded connections are preferred, integrated or made-to-order flanged connections matching existing face-to-face dimensions are not discarded when traps are replaced.
Quicker, easier replacement of failed traps with Armstrong’s trap valve stations.
Armstrong’s state-of-the-art Trap Valve Stations are designed to eliminate risk, improve safety and save space while allowing simpler steam trap testing and fast, easy trap replacement—with no need for a system shutdown.
Real-Time Monitoring for Harsh Environments and Critical Process Traps in Heavy Industries
Armstrong’s superior, groundbreaking solutions provide real-time monitoring of your critical steam trap population. You receive instantaneous notifications of any problems, enabling you to repair or replace failed traps before they create serious steam quality issues.
AIM® communicates with SAGE®, allowing the user to continuously monitor critical traps and survey the entire trap population, all in the same database.
AIM® (Armstrong Intelligent Monitoring)
AIM® wireless monitoring technology is built on the WirelessHART® and ISA100 Wireless™ communications protocols, which continuously monitors and evaluates the operating condition of steam traps and other critical equipment in your system. AIM® works seamlessly with SAGE® to provide instantaneous notification in the event of steam trap or critical equipment failure.