Preview: InstallerSHOW ‘24 – Part 6

Preview: InstallerSHOW ‘24 – Part 6

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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Visitors to Maincor’s stand (5B12) at InstallerSHOW can expect to find out more about its robust and secure MAINPRESS MLCP plumbing system as well as the opportunity to take part in an interactive strength test challenge. 

The non-demountable pipe and fitting system is said to be quick to install, saving time, money and resources on site, and, the company says, viewing window reduces risk by ensuring a reliable, leak-free connection every time. 

As part of the MAINPRESS Tightest Grip Challenge, visitors to the stand will also be invited to see how strong their grip is. Using a grip measuring device, participants will battle it out against each other, with prizes awarded to the winner at the end of each day. 

Talon Manufacturing
Last year’s InstallerSHOW saw Talon Manufacturing’s official launch of ‘PipeSnug by Talon’, an all-in-one solution to meet Part L of the Building Regulations’ requirement to seal around pipework inside and out, without the need for messy sealant, perishable mortar or expensive air sealing tape.  

This year the byword for Talon’s stand is “interactive” with lots of products and innovations to explore. Located at 4L10, the stand will be showcasing the company’s range of plumbing and heating accessories. From pipe clips, collars, pipe work and skirting covers to boiler boxes, trunking and, of course, the PipeSnug and FlueSnug range of pipe seals. 

“For added excitement and fun, we will be running prize giveaways for visitors throughout the show and there will be some well-known faces from the plumbing world making an appearance,” said Mike Morris, Marketing Manager. 

The Radiator Company 
Designer radiator manufacturer, The Radiator Company, will be welcoming installers to stand 5I72 to discuss its collection of radiator and towel rail solutions. A key highlight at the stand will be the company’s Relax Hybrid that warms and cools depending on user preference. Combining minimalist design and advanced technology using both radiant heat and fan coil assisted engineering, the contemporary radiator is compatible with both traditional boiler heating systems and heat pump installations. The solution can also serve as a cooling unit when paired with compatible heat pump systems (designed with appropriate insulation levels) by automatically isolating the heating components. 

Water treatment manufacturer Fernox will be on hand to welcome visitors to stand 5F36 at this year’s InstallerSHOW. The company, also celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, plans to showcase its latest product launch, the TF1 Sigma Mini Filter, for the first time in the UK – giving visitors an exclusive opportunity to learn more about the technology behind its development and how easy it is to install and service.  

The TF1 Sigma Mini Filter is the latest launch from Fernox that is built upon its popular Sigma range, providing installers with a compact and efficient solution for smaller systems.  

Visitors will also be able to explore more from Fernox’s range of water treatment solutions including its advanced protectors, cleaners, on-site system testing kits and TF1 Filters including the TF1 Sigma HP filter. 

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