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BSEE ISH 2017 I


ISH, the Frankfurt‐based trade fair for water and energy, again demonstrated its global credentials, attracting 2,482 exhibitors (Germany: 889, international: 1,593) and 200,114 visitors.


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SH 2017 was a truly global affair with 61 countries represented – including all world-market leaders – as they launched their latest products at the 260,000sq m show.


Some 200,114 visitors (196,777 in 2015) made their way to Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre to discover the latest innovations and trends. At the same time, ISH increased its level of internationality: 64 percent of exhibitors (2015: 61 percent) and 40 percent of visitors (2015: 39 percent) came from outside Germany.


“ISH is growing and becoming increasingly international. The indices are outstanding and the mood in the exhibition halls was excellent. We are extremely pleased with the results of the event,” said Wolfgang Marzin, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Messe Frankfurt.


The five percent increase in the number of international visitors to 80,045 (from 75,819 in 20151) was underpinned by the position of ISH as the world’s leading trade fair for the


sector. The biggest visitor nations were China, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Poland, Belgium, Austria and Spain. Top marks were awarded by all participants for the high standard of the fair. In particular, the large number of new contacts made was a source of great satisfaction on the exhibitor side and the overall rating remains on a very high level at over 80 percent.


The exhibitors also saw the economic outlook in a positive light with 88 percent saying it is satisfactory to good. In the case of German exhibitors, this value was even higher at 93 percent. No less impressive was the level of satisfaction on the visitor side with a potentially record-beating overall rating of 97 percent.


The sanitation, heating and air conditioning installation trade represented the biggest group of visitors.


The next ISH will be held in Frankfurt am Main from 12 to 16 March 2019.


Conex Bänninger’s >B< MaxiPro proves a winner


SH visitors had the opportunity to see Conex Bänninger’s latest innovation, >B< MaxiPro – a revolutionary progression in the company’s press-fit technology.


I Comfort and renewable energy solutions from Clivet


hrough its strategic alliance with Midea (the global manufacturer of consumer appliances and HVAC systems), Clivet has expanded its specialised solutions for high comfort buildings, introducing a range of direct expansion units, including an innovative line with R32 refrigerant, and a new VRF line-up that was unveiled at ISH. Clivet’s VRF System is a complete system for heating, cooling, air renewal and purification in residential and commercial applications.


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Also on show were Clivet Mono and Multi Splits – a range of internal, external units and controls for maximum comfort and energy saving in residential and light- commercial applications.


Other products attracting attention were:


uELFOEnergy Magnum, an air to water heat pump from 50 to 375 kW for centralised residential buildings; uAQX, the new generation of air handling units for small, medium or large surfaces in commercial, civil, business applications, hotels, congress centres, theatres, fitness centres, in new projects and renovations. uELFOPack, an “all in one” heat pump unit, which covers the needs of heating, cooling, hot water, mechanical ventilation with thermodynamic heat recovery and electronic, and uELFOSYSTEM, a complete heat pump system which guarantees 360° comfort all year round in single and multi- family houses with hydronic system: heating, cooling, fresh air and purification, hot water production.


www.clivet.com


The >B< MaxiPro has been engineered to withstand the higher pressures of air conditioning and


refrigeration applications. In a sector dominated by traditional braze fittings, the >B< MaxiPro fittings will ensure significantly reduced installation time, reliability and ease of installation in refrigeration applications, that require higher operating pressures and temperatures.


Franke Zielke, Business Unit Director for Central Europe


commented: “With the success of Conex Bänninger’s >B< MaxiPro launch in the Australian and American markets, ISH 2017 provided the perfect platform to showcase this innovative solution to the European market. The feedback we received from visitors was very positive and we are now looking forward to introducing this


revolutionary product later this year.”


www.conexbanninger.com Torin‐Sifan launches EC fan range U


K-based Torin-Sifan launched the Revolution 360


range at ISH – the next generation of centrifugal 3-core electronically commutated (EC) motorised impellers and fans.


Comprising backward and forward-curved motorised impellers, as well as single and double-inlet fans within scroll housings, the Revolution 360 range has


achieved the seemingly impossible task of both whisper quiet operation, as well as boasting the lowest specific fan power (SFP) in its class.


The range is ideal for residential and commercial applications.


www.torin-sifan.com Lowara Smart Pump range features IE5 permanent magnet motors X


ylem chose ISH to launch a new Smart Pump range


equipped with built-in ultra-premium efficiency IE5 motors to achieve optimal performance in water supply and HVAC applications for


commercial buildings. The IE5 motor delivers the highest level of


performance, exceeding current IE3 legislative requirements.


“Improving efficiency in buildings is a key priority for the global building sector,” said Giorgio Sabbatini, Global Director, Business Unit HVAC/Commercial Building Services at Xylem. “Our new Lowara Smart Pump range addresses this


market need. Featuring advanced variable speed drives, the next generation Lowara range lays the foundation for achieving the highest efficiencies, classified as IES2 standard.


“With the Smart Pumps range we are going


beyond single components, as only a great trio of motors, variable speed drives and pumps can provide the reliability, best savings and shortest payback times sought by our customers.”


The new range is ‘plug and play’.


www.xylemwatersolutions.com 8 BUILDING SERVICES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER MAY 2017


Largest boiler from Bosch was a show highlight


largest product of its portfolio – the double- flame tube boiler. The boiler is an impressive 6m tall,


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reaches an output of up to 55,000kg of steam per hour and weighs up to 120 tons. Due to its constant efficiency in all operating points, this steam boiler is especially used by energy suppliers and large industrial companies.


Bosch presented several innovations at ISH Energy, for example, the compressed air and heat system (CA). While conventional compressors are driven by electric motors and need expensive electric power for this, the CA from Bosch generates the compressed air with a biogas or natural gas motor in a more cost-effective and environmentally friendly way. In addition, the free waste heat of the motor and the


compressor can be used in the heating circuit.


Another major topic on the Bosch stand were the new high-tech controls for professional solutions, used in industrial boilers and combined heat and power plants (CHP).


Bosch showcased the Control 8000, an innovative control device for heating boilers with intuitive touch control and large colour display.


A highlight of the stand was the 360-degree virtual reality station. Visitors could virtually experience real boiler houses with their individual modules and components.


www.bosch.com


Exhibition was a huge success for ELCO Heating Solutions


Solutions which exhibited its latest commercial boilers, hot water


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generators and CHP units. The ELCO stand proved particularly popular with visitors. Stand out products included the new TRIGON XL floor standing boiler and the VARION C-POWER CHP unit – both recently launched in the UK.


The theme of the event for ELCO illustrated the company’s commitment to engineering excellence, including the use of stainless steel in all of its heat


SH 2017 was another successful exhibition for ELCO Heating


exchangers. This was highlighted with a dedicated wall showing the complex heat exchanger designs, which contribute to ELCO’s high performance levels throughout its product portfolio.


ELCO UK Managing Director, Ian Bradley, said: “I’ve been attending ISH for over 25 years and every time it proves to be an invaluable exhibition for the commercial heating industry. It’s a great occasion to introduce new and existing clients to the ELCO brand, so they can understand our commitment to quality and providing premium products for the UK market.”


www.elco.co.uk


Fire demo highlights the value of ventilation system in safe evacuation


IG Air Handling took the opportunity to promote its own product label CAIROX and at the same time the company’s supported vision: ´Improving air because we care´. Along with a presentation of the various services that SIG Air Handling offers, a scale model of a parking garage ventilation system drew big crowds. The model was used to demonstrate live how an underground parking fire develops, and how the


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ventilation system can contribute to implementing a safe evacuation. It proved to be a must-see for every visitor. For the occasion, artist Jean-Luc Moerman pimped out the SIG Air Handling products with unique tattoo-like decorations, which generated lots of positive feedback.


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osch Industrial chose ISH to present the


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