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Wilo exhibits sustainable solutions for building management

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At the ISH in Frankfurt, the premium supplier of pumps and pump systems will be exhibiting sustainable and intelligently networked products, systems and solutions.

Situation at the booth ISH 2019Situation at the booth ISH 2019

From 13 to 17 March, the HVAC industry will once again meet in Frankfurt for the world’s leading trade fair for water, heat and air. The Wilo Group is one of the more than 2000 exhibitors at the ISH. At its approximately 800-square-metre booth, experts from the multinational technology group will be presenting solutions to increased environmental requirements put on the industry as well as for easy commissioning, operation and maintenance.

Global trends such as energy shortages, the lack of skilled workers and increasing urbanisation pose major challenges for the modern building management: On the one hand, the number of highly automated buildings is increasing and with it the number of applications in water supply, use and disposal. On the other hand, national climate targets and the shortage of skilled workers are placing ever higher demands on technical building equipment. Highly efficient and particularly reliable solutions help consultants, installers and operators overcome these challenges.

Energy efficiency as a driver of innovation

As an internationally active technology provider and digital pioneer in the industry, Wilo will be exhibiting pertinent solutions in Frankfurt. These include the intelligently networked inline glanded pump Wilo-Stratos GIGA2.0-I, the cold water circulation system Wilo-SiFresh with continuous temperature monitoring, and the modular lifting unit Wilo-DrainLift SANI CUT-S, which combines a compact design with maximum operational reliability.

In addition to networked product solutions and services, the company will also exhibit a walk-in functional model of its hydrogen pilot plant H2POWERPLANT for the first time. The plant essentially consists of four components: a (renewable) energy source, an electrolyser, a hydrogen storage tank and a fuel cell. Wilo will be demonstrating how the components interact in the modular and scalable power plant.

The Wilo Group’s booth is located in Hall 9.0, Booth E06.