Preview: InstallerSHOW ‘24 – Part 2

Preview: InstallerSHOW ‘24 – Part 2

Returning once again to the NEC in June (25th-27th), InstallerSHOW 2024 promises over 600 exhibitors and a number of special events. PHPI picks through a few of the highlights…

To find out more about InstallerSHOW2024, including how to get hold of your free ticket click here

RA Tech
If you want to see how the hotun tundish range of products perform live under pressure head to the RA Tech stand. The hotun dry trap tundish incorporates a tundish with a wide bowl and a non-return valve. Installers can use it to take pressure relief discharge or temperature relief discharge straight to drain without additional equipment.  

The non-return valve prevents foul odours or waste gases entering the living area whilst the tundish air break safeguards against cross contamination with wholesome water. The company says its smallest tundish can deliver all this within just 73mm between pipes. For large unvented cylinders, hotun highflow provides for higher flow rates.

Unreliable parts can lead to leaks, callbacks, and angry customers, challenges that every plumber and heating engineer has faced at some point in time costing installers time, money, and perhaps most importantly, reputational damage. 

Multipipe is a trusted supplier to the heating and plumbing sector promising to provide installers with the tools and materials needed to get the job done right, the first time: whether the job is a completely new plumbing system, an underfloor heating system, or a complex retrofit. 

The company’s skilled design and technical team can work with installers to create the ideal system for projects; including heat loss calculations, advise on building regulation requirements, and design for the integration of renewable energy technologies as required. The company says: “It’s time to partner with Multipipe and build a reputation for quality and expertise.” 

Drop by Stand 5G24 for a chat with the company’s team of experts. 

Can’t wait until the show? Contact Multipipe today to discuss your project needs. 

OB1 will be at InstallerSHOW alongside Mark Vitow, exhibiting on stands 5D16 & 5D18. 

The company will be showcasing its OB1 Multi-Surface Construction Sealant & Adhesive formulation which has been used by the trade for almost 20 years. The company says the product replaces mastics, wood and P.U. adhesives, silicone, sanitary, acrylic and butyl rubber sealants, and can even be applied on wet surfaces and underwater. 

It will also be showcasing its new crystal-clear universal sealant and adhesive, OB1 Diamond. This product has a ‘crystal-clear’ aspect and high UV resistance, making it suitable for both interior and exterior applications. The company will also be introducing its new OB1 lines at the show. OB1 PlumbersPal is a hybrid sealant and adhesive for a wide range of sanitary applications. OB1 PaintersPal Paintable Hybrid Sealant has been designed to meet the needs of painters and decorators – while visitors may also get a sneak peek of OB1’s new Bio-Based range.   

Stelrad Radiators
Located on Stand 5A32, Stelrad Radiators will be exhibiting its wide range of radiators including a number of new products developed since the last event in 2023.  

Most notable are the extended range of K3 radiators available to meet the needs associated with low temperature renewable heating systems. K3s offer three panels and three sets of fins – a 50% increase in heat generating radiator surface over a standard K2 for example, but from the same radiator footprint.  

Another popular way of generating the additional surface needed for additional heat is the ever-growing vertical radiator options available in a range of designer and decorative models that are increasingly popular with designers and installers. Head for the Stelrad stand to see the latest in electric radiator options too – with a wide range of standard radiators and towel rails for bathrooms with both fluid and drystone technology options.  

This year at InstallerSHOW, heating controls manufacturer Drayton is celebrating 75 years of supporting installers, providing visitors with an opportunity to learn more about its new rewards scheme and get insights on industry hot topics.   

Visitors to the event will be the first to hear about Drayton’s new rewards scheme, launching this year, which is designed to give installers more; from perks and points that can be redeemed against items from the rewards catalogue, through to being part of a community of likeminded professionals. 

Over the three days of the show, heating engineers will be able to learn more about the company’s range of products, including the Wiser smart heating control system including under floor heating, the Digistat range and auto-balancing TRVs. There will also be chances to win on the Drayton stand, with giveaways running across the event. 

To view Part 1 of the preview please click here.

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