Online Courses and Training
Armstrong offers free, introductory and advanced, online courses in steam, condensate, hot water, humidification, heat recovery, water treatment, EH&S and more.
Sharing our unique legacy of in-depth knowledge and experience is one of our core philosophies at Armstrong International. We understand that efficiency, teamwork, communication and technology, as well as a healthier bottom line, are all driven by education and knowledge and we are uniquely qualified to share these with you. Through Armstrong University, we give you easy access to comprehensive online training and educational opportunities, all from the convenience of a computer, tablet or smartphone.
The coursework found in Armstrong University has been carefully developed by energy and thermal utility system specialists and leading technical experts with 2,000 years of collective, practical experience. The result is an extensive curriculum that spans nine colleges of learning and over 145 courses of study, including free introductory courses, intermediate and advanced courses, and courses that qualify for Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Take full advantage of the educational opportunities available at Armstrong University, beginning with a variety of free introductory courses.
The Armstrong College of Steam Principles explains the types of equipment found in typical steam systems, what steam is, and how air and non-condensables affect efficiency and the detrimental effects of water hammer.
The Armstrong College of Steam Generation provides a better understanding of the steam generation process and helps you identify the types of equipment involved in generating steam in a typical steam system.
From learning how to design steam distribution piping to understanding typical problems, the Armstrong College of Steam Distribution helps you identify and understand the key components of a steam distribution system.
The Armstrong College of Steam Users helps you identify important steam users in a steam system. Lessons concentrate on typical steam users in industrial and institutional environments. Other areas of focus include heat exchangers, steam tracing, control valves, steam traps and more.
Management of condensate accumulation and distribution is an important element in an efficient steam system. The Armstrong College of Condensate Return explains everything you need to know, from sizing a condensate return line to what causes condensate contamination, while providing in-depth knowledge about how condensate affects a steam system, and how to eliminate stall and utilize flash steam.
Heat recovery is a method of reducing the overall energy consumption of industrial facilities. The Armstrong College of Heat Recovery explains how recovered heat can help reduce energy consumption and provide useful heat for other purposes.
Through the design, manufacturing and application of humidification equipment, Armstrong continues to save time, money and energy for customers all over the world. The Armstrong College of Humidification provides a better understanding of typical HVAC components and how an HVAC system operates.
The Armstrong College of Hot Water offers a detailed explanation of typical industrial and institutional hot water systems and their major components. Courses focus on hot water generation with emphasis on distribution and control using digital and thermostatic controls.
The courses offered in the Armstrong College of Refrigeration explain the typical components used in a refrigeration system and how a refrigeration system operates.
Measuring the flow of liquids and gases is a critical need in many industrial and institutional environments, and in some operations it can have a significant impact on the bottom line. Inaccurate flow measurements or failure to take measurements can cause serious or even catastrophic results. The Armstrong College of Flow Measurement provides a better understanding of typical flow measurement solutions.
The College of Water Treatment provides an understanding of the processes of treating water for industrial use and introduces Armstrong solutions that serve the water treatment process.
The Armstrong College of Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) addresses environmental health and safety issues essential to providing a safe working environment. We designed a 21-course bundle to help you learn about environmental health and safety practices.