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Armstrong Fluid Technology acquires Halm division

Armstrong Fluid Technology has completed its acquisition of the Circulator Pump business unit of Halm Motors + Systems GmbH in Germany, a provider of high efficiency circulator pumps for heating, solar, geothermal and domestic hot water applications.

The Halm Circulator Pump unit’s offerings, as well as the company's global customer base and European presence will serve to Armstrong Fluid Technology’s offerings and reach, and demonstrate its commitment to energy efficiency and the European circulator market.

Halm's circulator products are highly respected for their quality of engineering, reliability and energy efficiency and represent a natural extension of the current Armstrong Fluid Technology’s range of offerings and value proposition.

The Halm business will be integrated into Armstrong Fluid Technology’s global Building Business and will generate synergies by leveraging increased scale and global distribution opportunities.

Armstrong Fluid Technology chief executive, Lex van der Weerd, said: “As Halm becomes an integral part of the Armstrong family, we have the ability to deliver more comprehensive solutions to our global customer base, building on the high level of innovation inherent in the Halm offerings. These high efficiency offerings are a further enabler of Armstrong’s global commitment to sustainability and the planet.” 

11 January 2018

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