Preview: InstallerSHOW ‘23 – Part 5

Preview: InstallerSHOW ‘23 – Part 5

With the doors opening on the 2023 instalment 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 5 (to take a look at Part 4 of the preview please click here.) 

The show will give installers one of the earliest opportunities to take a look at Baxi’s newly-launched range of boilers – including the new 600 and 800 models – its latest hot water cylinders, and the new Baxi air source heat pump.  

Commercial & Marketing Director, Nick Platt, said: “InstallerSHOW is always a great event for the heating industry. Right now, as low-carbon options are having more of an impact on the day-to-day activities of installers, we realised that the best thing we could do was be on hand to answer their questions. For some, the energy transition may be daunting while others will find the new tech exciting. Either way, we’re here to help installers understand their options and make progress in the way that best benefits them.” 

Lawton Tubes
Fourth generation family company Lawton Tubes has been manufacturing and distributing copper pipes since 1918. On its stand over the course of the InstallerSHOW 2023will be Peter Booth aka PB Plumber, who is hosting his popular Copper Pipe Bending Challenge – this year with the added pressure of it being a timed, head-to-head competition.  

Sophie Langley-Kara aka Soph Pink Plumbing is another inspirational figure within the industry who’s taken social media by storm. She’s hosting the Technical Zone on the stand along with Andy aka Pressfather demonstrating press fitting, automatic copper pipe bending and cutting tools, and showcasing Lawton’s range of copper products.  

Plus, there’ll also be an opportunity to meet none other than British boxing legend Frank Bruno, MBE. 

Roca will be located in the heart of the Bathroom Zone, at stand C60, and will showcase a wide range of technologies and ideas. Perhaps most eye-catching will be the Hydro In-Tank, in partnership with Siamp, and visitors will see a working model of this WC which eliminates the need for a separate cistern or power source, as all flushing is integrated into the bowl and powered purely by hydraulic pressure from the mains supply.  

“The Installer Show is an essential date in the Roca diary,” said Jamie Welch, Sales & Specifications Manager of Roca. “It’s an unmissable opportunity to highlight Roca’s complete bathroom solutions capability. I anticipate the Hydro In-Tank WC will be a real talking point of the show, but I’m looking forward to sharing all of Roca’s new bathroom propositions and gauging the reaction of the installer network.” 

Navien, is to launch two brand-new products at the InstallerSHOW 2023 with visitors getting a look at the company’s first 100% hydrogen powered boiler which has been designed to burn exclusively hydrogen gas. The company’s very first heat pump will also be on display at the show, where visitors can learn how it can be paired with Navien’s Combi Crossover boilers. 

Jason Davies, Sales Director, at Navien UK, said: “As we continue to provide the industry leading technology to deliver hot water in homes around the world, we’re delighted to also be launching a Navien heat pump. Expanding our range of products is an important part of our mission to create leading, alternative solutions to help create a more sustainable future.” 


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