WIKA Instruments manufactures mechanical, mechatronic and electronic instruments for the measurement of pressure, temperature and level in heating and ventilation systems.
Its products are used to design boilers, gas thermal units, air conditioning systems, heat pumps and ventilation systems.
It will be exhibiting at HVAC 2015, a seminal event for those in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry, which will take place from 6-8 October.
Visitors to HVAC 2015 will be given the opportunity to join in with leading industry professionals, training providers and manufacturers to create an interface for information and knowledge exchange.
WIKA’s Divisional Manager, Mark Bazyluk, has noticed ambitious plans for energy conservation within the HVAC market.
There is a current focus on the need for a reliable instruments partner that understands these demands and the pressure this places on HVAC consultants.
At HVAC 2015, WIKA intends to demonstrate the level of knowledge it can bring to a project, along with its extensive product range.
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151 High Road,
Phone: 020 3225 5200
Fax: 020 3225 5202
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