Preview: InstallerSHOW ‘23 – Part 3 

Preview: InstallerSHOW ‘23 – Part 3 

With the doors opening on the 2023 installment of InstallerSHOW at the NEC on the 27th June, here are some of things visitors to the event will be able to see at the show. With over 400 exhibitors, a host of seminars, talks and special events planned, we can’t preview it all, but here are some things that you might want to catch over the three days at the NEC in Birmingham. 

To find out more about InstallerSHOW 2023, including how to get hold of your free ticket click here.

Part 3 (to take a look at Part 2 of the preview please click here.) 

Installing the Future. NOW! 
Installing the Future. NOW! is a ‘working’ showcase demonstrating the installation and operation of renewable and energy efficiency products in both retrofit and new build settings. 

Highlights include: Installing heat pumps; Hybrid Heat Pumps – a practical transition into renewable heating technology; How to install Underfloor Heating; Installing energy storage and Installing hydrogen heating. 

Returning for 2023, InstallerINVENT offers visitors the opportunity to see first-hand new products being brought to market. Space is being made available to a selection of start-up companies providing a platform to showcase solutions. 

Viessmann will be at the Installer Show this year to present the full breadth of its systems, services and tools to support the growth of its partners’ businesses. The company’s latest Vitocal heat pumps will be shown as well as its Vitodens boilers with Wifi inside and Lambda Pro combustion technology, for continually high efficiency. 

The company will also be outlining its vision for domestic homes’ energy independence. In the near future, it says, energy flows within the home can be connected and optimised by Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) such as Viessmann’s OneBase platform. By adding solar PV, a heat pump, battery storage and an EV charger, homeowners have the greatest opportunity to enjoy 100% self-utilisation of freely generated solar energy. 

At InstallerShow 2023 Cistermiser will be showcasing its limescale prevention solution for the domestic sector. Combimate is a limescale prevention device designed to protect boilers and appliances in hard water areas while also reducing the effects of soft water corrosion.  

The company will also be demonstrating its water, energy and carbon saving solutions for commercial washrooms, including the EasyflushEVO. A sensor-activated dual flush valve specifically designed to prevent leaks from toilet cisterns, the company says each unit can save up to 146,000 litres of water per year. Also on display will be Cistermiser’s urinal flushing solutions, including its mains-flushing sensor-controlled valves and infrared and hydraulic control valves. 

On its stand this year, Spirotech will be showcasing its range of water treatment solutions, including the SpiroVent RV2 deaerator and SpiroTrap MB3 dirt separator, which will be available as a working demo for installers to get a closer look at how the technology works. Also on stand will be the new SpiroExpand Pressure Expansion Vessel and SpiroVent S250 Superior demo, the vacuum degasser suitable for light commercial, larger domestic and low flow temperature systems.  

Heating engineers will also have the opportunity to register to become an Approved Installer. By signing up with their seven-digit individual gas safe number, eligible installers will have their business information listed on the new ‘Find an Installer’ section of Spirotech’s Better Heating website. 

Flamco will be displaying a mix of its solutions for both domestic and commercial applications. Products are set to include the company’s classic automatic air vent, the Flexvent, to new items such as the pumpless pressurisation unit Flexfiller Direct and VacuStream degasser for low temperature systems as well as MultiSkin, a complete multilayer solution.  

The company’s team of experts will be on hand to discuss its range of solutions and will also be able to assist with CPD and training, as well as providing installers help with identifying, sizing and fitting products. 

To view Part 4 of the preview please click here

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