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SPATEX 2014’s new venue at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena affords the exhibition some unique opportunities, so organisers have planned to capitalise on them by staging three fantastic social events – the likes of which SPATEX attendees have not experienced before. SPATEX promises that business and networking will not stop when the exhibition closes… that’s when the party will begin!

SATURDAY 1ST FEBRUARY – PRE SHOW ENTERTAINMENT Following the setting up of the stands (which for 2014 promises to be easy and quick bearing in mind the Jaguar Exhibition Hall at the Ricoh

will be highlighted by a demonstration of its bespoke pool and spa control panels, which are custom-built by the company’s specialist staff to meet the exact needs of each project. When it comes to prestigious names that spell quality, there are few to match Tylö and Sundance Spas. Tylö saunas and related equipment will feature prominently on the stand, while Sundance will have its own space at SPATEX. Visitors to SPATEX will also have a chance to see Golden Coast’s new additions to its extensive range of spa products including SpaGlo, a spa shell and cover cleaner; SpaFix, a spa leak sealant that’s suitable for all types of spas and hot tubs and EasyKlip ‘The World’s Strongest Tarp Klip’, an affordable, temporary solution for securing spa covers when clips become damaged. See them on stand 650

Arena is a purpose built venue), all exhibitors will be able to relax in the comfortable surroundings of the Ricoh’s luxurious G-Casino with its bar and restaurant for an evening of live music and delicious food.

SUNDAY 2ND FEBRUARY – INDUSTRY AWARDS EVENING SPATEX 2014 is set to host the biggest Industry Awards Evening ever held! More inclusive and broader in scope than previous awards evenings, it is open to everyone within the industry to attend. The ISPE, for the first time will be acknowledging the winners of their annual


Industry leading specialist heat pump and dehumidifier manufacturer, Calorex, will be exhibiting its latest range of heat pumps and dehumidifiers; all designed and built In the UK under ISO9001 accreditation. Models on show will include the Delta 4 with its new optional touch screen programmer, a Variheat III ducted dehumidifier, a full range of non-ducted ‘plug and play’ dehumidifiers as well as the company’s very latest all season use air source heat pump.

New for 2014, Calorex will be unveiling an upgraded Delta that features an all new optional touch screen PLC programmer that enables remote access to smartphones/PCs. The package will include a 5.7” TFT colour touch screen interface with ethernet connection port and downloadable APP. The package provides capability to view and adjust a virtual control panel of the machine on a PC or smart phone (subject to internet connection and a suitable router). Also for 2014, the Delta will also feature increased swimming pool water LPHW heat exchanger capacity for easier connection to renewable heat sources.

Other new product features on display include the new slim line Pro-Pac Y range of swimming pool heat pumps designed for all season swimming plus a new variant of the AA 300 that includes a fully controlled LPHW swimming pool water heat exchanger. See them on stand number 440

Etatron will be exhibiting their new eSelect controller

NEW ESELECT – DOSING MADE EASY THANKS TO ETATRON Etatron is pleased to introduce the new eSelect controller. Building on the technology behind the popular and reliable AG-Select, the eSelect is designed to regulate the pH, Rx and Chlorine levels of swimming pools and spas. With a new and improved colour display for ease of use and a choice of either Simple

SHOW PREVIEW New venue! New social scene! New SPATEX!

awards too (announced back in October). The evening will be held in the impressive E.ON Lounge which overlooks the Ricoh Arena’s stadium bowl and will include live entertainment and a gala dinner. Dress code is smart (black tie optional).

MONDAY 3RD FEBRUARY – THE CASINO EXPERIENCE SPATEX have organised a networking night to remember in the Ricoh’s G-Casino – the largest casino in the UK. All visitors and exhibitors are welcome to attend the evening. A bar, live entertainment, a la carte or buffet menus, sports and entertainment lounge and of course, all the fun of the casino will be at your disposal to make it a not-to-be missed social event.

or Expert menu modes, the eSelect delivers for the customer and service engineers. The eSelect will be available as a part of a series of dosing system panels along with the eControl and eOne dosing pumps. These panels are designed to regulate pH, Rx and Cl levels with absolute ease. Compatible with Etatron dosing pumps, including the eOne and DLX, the panels are ideal for wet leisure industry systems.

eSelect features include:

• New protected 4” colour LCD display • 2 or 3 Measures (pH, Rx or Cl) • USB data recording • Galvanic Isolated Electronics • On/Off & 4-20 mA outputs • Temperature measurement (°C) • Min/Max and Overdose Alarms • Serial output for computer and network connection

Etatron products are available exclusively in the UK leisure industry through Golden Coast. For more information visit Etatron GB at SPATEX 2014. See them on stand 840


For the first time in the UK, the brand new VitaLight®

POWER LED 2.0 range from

leading manufacturer Hugo Lahme GmbH will be shown in Coventry. From the smallest 3 to 9, 15 and 21 up to the large 30 POWER LED 2.0, all new underwater spotlights will be introduced to the UK market. Also new flood light insertion modules with 30 and/or 2 x 30 POWER LEDs for underwater windows will be available. The new generation of the known and proven POWER LED spotlights by Hugo Lahme possesses a higher efficiency factor as well as improved brightness and colour brilliance. Another major innovation will be the Hugo Lahme app for light control which will also be shown.

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