ISH 2017 exhibition Frankfurt
14-18 March Nielsen Clima, producer of Wesen electric boilers of Spain exhibited at the ISH 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany. This is the world’s number one trade show for technology, renewable energy and plumbing.
In five days more than 200.000 professionals attended the show where 2400+ companies showcased their latest technology. Nielsen Clima of Wesen electric water heaters spoke to more than 150 professional visitors. They were interested in finding out the latest developments in high-tech electric water heaters.
The ISH tradeshow is held every two years in Frankfurt attracting visiting companies from around the globe. Six halls and several floors per hall were filled with the latest in building and energy technology. With sanitary equipment, renewable energy, ventilation, air-conditioning and installation equipment.
All main electric boiler manufacturers present
Every single big name manufacturer of storage water heaters was present. However, the innovative features were what separated Wesen from the competition. Innovations like sheathed heating elements and a power button. This button reduces the time it requires to heat an electric boiler dramatically. Add to that an intelligent controller plus two stainless steel tanks and people were interested in their products for obvious reasons. Discover all the clever features on our product page
Exhibiting at the ISH was not planned, but Nielsen Clima was fortunate that a stand became available so they decided to go. The show was a massive success and Nielsen Clima will for sure attend the next ISH show in 2019.
New products to be released in 2017
Due to launch in July is the much anticipated range of enamel steel electric water heaters. The new range of 316L stainless steel electric water heaters will be launched around the 3rd to 4th quarter of this year. 316L stainless steel is known for its durability and the fact that it can cope extremely well with very poor water conditions.
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