ISH fair returns to Frankfurt in March 2019
ISH, the world’s leading trade fair focused on building services, energy, and water, returns to Messe Frankfurt from 11 to 15 March 2019.
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Over 2,400 exhibitors, including market leaders and technological pioneers from Germany and abroad, will be showcasing their wares, with many launching new product innovations for the first time at the show.
ISH 2019 will incorporate the newly constructed Hall 12 at the Messe Frankfurt exhibition centre, which along with Hall 11 will provide a dedicated space to showcase the latest innovations in heating technology.
“With the new hall layout, ISH Energy 2019 will focus on heating systems that combine a high degree of efficiency with the greater use of renewable energies," said Wolfgang Marz, president and chief executive of Messe Frankfurt. "This also includes new themes such as generating electricity via photovoltaic systems for use in the own home, in combination with a heat pump, a thermal or battery storage facility and a central digital energy manager.”
Meanwhile refrigeration, air-conditioning and ventilation will be located in Hall 8, while home automation, energy management and control technology will be located in Halls 10.2 and 10.3. The ISH Water section, meanwhile, will be focused on sustainable water and wastewater technologies, intelligent water management systems, and the latest in ultra-modern bathroom design.
For more information see www.ish.messefrankfurt.com.
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