REHAU will be amongst the exhibitors at this year’s All Energy show, where visitors will get to see its pre-insulated RAUVITHERM and RAUTHERMEX pipes.
At the SEC Glasgow, from 2 – 3 May on Stand C48, these district heating solutions will be showcased, as well as the company seeking to make valuable connections with customers looking for trustworthy, low carbon heating systems.
All Energy is the UK’s biggest renewable energy event, seeing industry suppliers, experts and thought leaders from across the renewable energy supply chain congregate together.
Around 7,500 visitors are expected this year, with over 300 exhibitors and 400 speakers representing a cross section of industries.
RAUVITHERM is a PE-Xa pipe for district heating, biomass, biogas and heat pump applications.
With outstanding flexibility because of its corrugated outer jacket, it uses REHAU’s jointing technology to ensure no leaks.
Available in UNO (single pipe) and DUO (two pipes) variations, RAUVITHERM is the only PE-Xa district heating pipe manufactured in the UK which saves an estimated 29% on Co2 emissions per annum.
RAUTHERMEX is also ideal for a variety of low carbon heat installations and features high performance PU foam, therefore ideal for large district heating installations for long distances, whereby keeping heat losses low is vital.
The lightweight pipe provides massive advantages over traditional steel pipework, including speed and ease of installation.
REHAU products, such as RAUVITHERM and RAUTHERMEX, have featured in thousands of district heating projects across the globe.
The staff at REHAU’s All Energy stand will be district heating experts, on hand to provide pipe design and sizing advice, as well as answering any product or installation questions visitors have.
Steve Richmond, Marketing and Technical Director from REHAU’s Building Solutions Division praised the event, which they attended last year to pre-launch its NEXUS hot tapping system.
“It’s a really unique and rewarding event to come to as it’s so focused on the renewable energy industry that everyone attending is interested in making a difference and helping the UK shift towards a low carbon future.
“So if you are one of the many visitors to the SEC in May, be sure to come along to see us and the products we have for a range of low carbon applications.”
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