Preview: InstallerSHOW ‘24 – Part 3

Preview: InstallerSHOW ‘24 – Part 3

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…

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The Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE), a professional body for the UK plumbing and heating industry, is exhibiting on stand 5G71 at InstallerSHOW, where you can meet the team and spin the wheel to win prizes courtesy of its industrial associates. 

As well as giveaways, you can hear from Kevin Wellman, Chief Executive Officer at CIPHE, at the World Plumbing Council preview on Tuesday 25 June at 13:30. The international organisation aims to ensure the provision of plumbing through growth and development and Kevin led the winning bid to host the 14th World Plumbing Council Conference in the UK at InstallerSHOW 2026. During the preview, he will discuss what installers can expect from the upcoming conference. 

Cistermiser and Keraflo
Cistermiser, a provider of water and energy saving management solutions for commercial and public sector washrooms, will be exhibiting at InstallerSHOW 2024. The company, also known in the domestic sector for its Combimate solution, will be launching a new water saving innovation at the event which it believes could become an essential part of water management across the public sector and beyond. 

The company’s stand will also feature Cistermiser’s sister company Keraflo, which develops, designs and manufactures electronic tank management systems and delayed action mechanical float valves, which control cold water storage tanks in commercial and public buildings.  

“The Cistermiser and Keraflo team will be on hand to answer any product related or technical questions and visitors will be guaranteed a demonstration to showcase how our ingenious products work in situ,” said Lisa Moon, Cistermiser’s Marketing Communications Manager.  

The company’s highly flexible liquid collection systems could consign cut-off buckets or other makeshift solutions for draining or collecting liquids to the past. Whether replacing radiators, pumps or valves, for general maintenance or a number of installations DERBLAUE® adapts to fit the space available, thanks to its integrated bending metal elements. 

The company says that all its products have been developed so that once they are installed, the installer can have their hands free, to get on with the tasks at hand, increasing efficiency.  

The DERBLAUE® complete set consists of the 10 litre collection tub (which contains built-in bending metal elements and a soft sealing lip), a pumping system – optionally operated with a power supply unit or a splash-proof, rechargeable battery – as well as splash protection products, the single- and double-splash-guard and slide. 

Saniflo and Kinedo 
Saniflo has doubled its presence at InstallerSHOW this year with a stand that features Saniflo on one side and the Kinedo shower brand on the other. A wide variety of Saniflo’s portfolio of pumps, macerators and lifting stations will be on display including models aimed at the commercial sector, such as the Sanifos underground lifting station and a Sanicubic GR. 

The domestic range will also be represented with a range of macerators, shower pumps, condensate pumps, sump pumps and two WCs with integrated macerators; the Saniflush and Sanicompact. Both models are suitable for bathrooms with limited access to gravity drainage where space is at a premium or where the owner prefers to conceal the macerator within the WC.   

The Kinedo shower brand is most closely associated with all-in-one shower cubicles, but also features a range of shower enclosures and lightweight cuttable shower trays; many of which will be showcased on the Kinedo stand. Walk-in models on display include the Ekinox Duo in cobalt blue, along with a Kinequartz solo with smoked glass. 

Carrier will be emphasising its commitment to the “Road to Net Zero” with new technologies and product showcases for residential and light commercial customers. “At Carrier, we recognise the urgent need to decarbonise heat and are positioning our powerhouse of brands, Carrier, Toshiba, Riello and Vokera, as essential partners in aiding this transition,” said David Dunn, Sales Director for Northern Europe, Carrier RLC EMEA. “Technological advances in improved sustainability, indoor air quality, energy efficiency and carbon emissions are vital to our planet, so we’re excited to share how far we’ve come and where we’re heading.” 

On show will be the latest hybrid-ready boiler solutions from Vokèra, combining traditional and renewable technologies for optimal energy savings. The exhibit will also explore Riello’s rich heritage in burner technology and transition towards renewable liquid heating fuels, alongside products like the NXHM R32 ASHP Monobloc and RS ULX (Ultra-Low NOx) Burner. 

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