In one of the stories posted, Armstrong writes that it has sold millions of inverted bucket steam traps, but the company continues to discover new reasons why the design is special.
In another story, the company notes that the young Gus Armstrong wanted everyone to learn about the inverted bucket steam trap. Since some couldn’t travel to Three Rivers, Mich., he took the classroom to them. The story then relates the three generations of the Armstrong “Steam Van.”
To access the special centennial website, visit stories.armstronginternational.com.
Publication date: 11/07/2011