Armstrong Fluid Technology Names New Data Center Manager for the Americas

March 13, 2024
Jacob Wolfe

Armstrong Fluid Technology announced that Jacob Wolfe has been named Regional Manager – Data Center Sales & Business Development – Americas.

In his new role, Wolfe will be responsible for executing sales strategy and business development efforts to further Armstrong’s presence in the data center marketplace.

Wolfe has an accomplished background in the data center industry including owning his own data center business representing natural refrigerants in this space. Prior to that he was Vice President, Americas, at Tranter, Inc.

Wolfe has a MBA from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a certified LEED AP (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional).

About Armstrong Fluid Technology

 With eight manufacturing facilities on four continents, and employees around the world, Armstrong Fluid Technology is known as an innovator in the design, engineering and manufacturing of intelligent fluid flow equipment, control solutions and optimization technologies.

In the shift toward digitalization and integration of fluid-flow systems, Armstrong leads the industry. With advanced solutions that leverage edge computing, IoT, machine learning, digital twin technology and demand-based control, Armstrong provides and protects efficiency in building mechanical systems, approaching energy optimization as a whole-building challenge and advancing the practice of full lifecycle management. Focusing on HVAC, Plumbing, Gas Transmission and Fire Safety applications, we provide energy-efficient, cost-effective solutions and performance management services to building and facility professionals around the world.

Armstrong Fluid Technology is committed to sustainability. In 2019, Armstrong signed the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment, a program launched by the World Green Building Council. As a signatory to the program, Armstrong has pledged to ensure that all its offices and manufacturing facilities operate at net-zero carbon by the year 2030