Viessmann to share its plans for the next five years at Renewables Roadshow
Viessmann, a leading international manufacturer of heating systems, will attend all six Renewables Roadshow 2012 events (September 13th, 18th, 20th, 26th, 28thand October 3rd) to demonstrate the benefits of efficiency improvements and the latest products from its renewable energy heating system ranges.
Representing two of the company’s most popular renewable technologies is the Vitosol 200-T vacuum tube solar thermal system, which offers universal application through vertical or horizontal installation in any location, and the Vitocal 200-S split air/water heat pump (3 kW to 10.6 kW). With a maximum flow temperature of 55 ̊C even at -15 ̊C, the Vitocal 200-S is ideal for new buildings and renovations and can be used with existing oil and gas boilers. Other products on display include the new Vitodens 100-W combi boiler (26 kW, 30 kW and 35 kW) and Vitodens 111-W storage combi (5.9 kW to 35 kW). Both energy efficient gas boilers can be integrated with renewable technologies.
In addition to interacting with up to the minute technologies, product animations and overviews of reference installations, designers, constructors and installers will be able to attend a presentation entitled ‘Viessmann’s guide to the next five years’ delivered by Viessmann training manager, Anthony Lobley in the Viessmann sponsored installer theatre. Lobley will discuss how Viessmann’s current product range supports its energy efficiency and renewable substitution plans, as well as providing an exclusive insight into future technologies and an outline of the training schemes and funding from which installers can benefit.
“Together with our expert renewables team, I am looking forward to engaging with heating professionals from all over the country, and sharing with them our plans for sustainable and energy efficient heating technologies,” says Graham Russell, managing director. “By the end of this year we will have launched 14 new products in the UK market, all designed from the outset to provide lower energy consumption, superior performance and lower service and maintenance costs. We are constantly listening to installers to find out what they want from our products, and see the roadshow as the ideal opportunity to involve them in our plans for the future.”
The Vitosol 200-F solar flat plate collectors will be installed on a display roof at the Exeter exhibition on September 18th only. Staff will be on hand at all exhibitions to answer questions on any of the company’s many product ranges and the various tariffs and incentives available.