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Campbell-Sevey Territory Expansion for Armstrong International Products

Armstrong International expands Campbell-Sevey’s territory into Nebraska and Western Iowa. Minneapolis, Minnesota Release: October 26th, 2020. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Campbell-Sevey, has signed a representative agreement with Armstrong International, a global leader in industrial and institutional steam and utility systems, to expand into the Nebraska and Western Iowa territory. Existing Armstrong customers in Nebraska and Western […]

COVID-19 Update – Campbell-Sevey is Open and Taking All Precautions

Our promise to help our customers navigate this period of rapid change and uncertainty. Our organization remains hard at work, supporting products that are essential to your continued operation and safety. Campbell-Sevey is sensitive to your heightened needs during this difficult period, with a distinct focus on helping you provide uninterrupted service. We’re doing everything […]

State-of-the-Art Steam Tracing

QMax FTS: High Performance, Low Cost QMax FTS (Fluid Tracing System) combines performance comparable to jacketed pipe with the flexibility and low cost of standard steam tracing. QMax FTS is a patented, highly conductive aluminum channel that fits over standard stainless or copper tubing to maximize heat transfer from the heating medium to the process […]

Increase System Efficiency with Steam Trap Surveys and SAGE

Steam trap performance can significantly impact safety and overall plant efficiency, however they also tend to be neglected for long periods of time. This can be costly – as much as $300 – $3000 per trap in energy losses alone (see chart below for potential losses based on leak size). Campbell-Sevey’s steam trap surveys have […]

Steam Energy Conversation Seminar

Want to Learn About Steam Systems? Don’t Miss Our Steam Energy Conservation Seminar Want to Learn About Steam Systems? Don’t Miss Our Steam Energy Conservation Seminar Make the Most of Your Steam System with Campbell-Sevey’s Steam Energy Conservation Seminar Learn How to Operate and Maintain a Highly Efficient Steam System Course Overview: Proven Ways to […]

Need a part? Check out our Product Center

Many of you know that our CS Product Center ( is an incredible database unlike anything in the industry. It features nearly every product we carry along with spec sheets, drawings, brochures and videos. Campbell-Sevey has integrated that database within our quotes. All of our electronic quotes feature a product link that goes directly to […]

Test Your Knowledge: Which Device Is It?

Which of the following helps minimize water hammer, helps drains condensate, and minimizes temperature swings?

  1. Inverted Bucket Steam Trap
  2. Vacuum Breaker
  3. Fluid Air Coil
  4. Mechanical Condensate Pump
  5. Pilot Operated Regulating Valve

And the answer is…

What Armstrong University Courses are Specific to Your Industry?

For equipment to operate at peak efficiency it’s important that operators are well trained. That is especially true in certain industries where unique applications may apply – humidity levels, sterilization, air quality requirements, etc. Armstrong University offers online courses to address the many issues industries face each day. Industry specific courses include: Online Course: Hospitality […]

How Expansion Joints Prevent Catastrophic Failures

To avoid catastrophic failutres a critical requirement in any steam system is accounting for pipe expansion. As pipes heat up with high pressure steam, pipes can grow up to 8 inches for every 100 feet. That growth can exert forces that break loose pipe guides and cause catastrophic failures. In order to avoid that two […]