John Binney, said: It was a harsh wake up call to the way in which millions of people live their lives every day and we are really pleased with all the support we received.
The Q-Vent HRC 8×3 Premier Heat Recovery unit, constructed to provide ventilation and continuous extraction to en-suite bedrooms will be displayed, alongside the Q-Vent HR 160 and Q-Vent HR260 solutions, which offer a system up 95% efficient. Johnson & Starley will be based at Stand N1211 at ExCel, London between 4th – 6th March.
Inta will be featuring its range of showers with eco-handsets to reduce water consumption by up to 60%, alongside its Safe Touch showers which prevent the risk of a user burning themselves on the valve body.
The Domestic hot water Thermal Storage Tank is made for use with all Daikin Altherma heat pump systems in 300 or 500 litre capacities.
HWAM’s stoves include remote access and thermostatic readings accessible via any smartphone device.
The dates for the training modules will take place on the following dates: Piping SystemsWednesday 12 FebruaryWednesday 19 MarchTuesday 8 AprilWednesday 14 May Sanitary solutionsThursday 13 FebruaryThursday 20 MarchWednesday 9 AprilThursday 15 May To book your place email [email protected] or call 0800 0778 365.
The company has developed a range of ventilation products over the past decade, including heat recovery units and energy efficient fans.
The company offers full specification and technical guidance with a 5-year warranty, in addition to health checks and engineering and after sales support.
The upgrade incorporates a variety of heavy duty, specialist corrosion inhibitor chemical technologies to enable efficient scale protection for hard water surfaces.
The Daikin range includes the iTouch Manager control, which allows users to set system schedules on a weekly, monthly or annual basis and can be managed remotely via the web.