STIEBEL ELTRON launches new products at CEF Live, the UK’s biggest Electrical event
STIEBEL ELTRON UK Ltd will be exhibiting at the UK’s premier Electrical show at the NEC on the 8th and 9th of June. This is the first time STIEBEL ELTRON have attended the event and they plan to showcase a number of new and exciting products and services as well as explaining their existing range.
“Attending the show is a great opportunity for us and a sign of our partnership with CEF, who are one of our key wholesale partners,” said Mark McManus, Managing Director of STIEBEL ELTRON.
“The stand will feature two of our new kitchen hot taps, the HOT 2.6 Premium which comes complete with a 3in1 tap supplying, hot, cold and near-boiling water from one tap. It delivers water instantly at a constant 95°C, which is the perfect temperature for beverages. Come to the stand to get a sample hot drink and see for yourself! You’ll also be able to see how little space it takes to install and how easy it is to fit – just plug in and plumb in. It’s a great product which has so many uses that people quickly find they can’t live without it. It’s also really economical to run.”
STIEBEL ELTRON will also be unveiling the first of a forthcoming range of ventilation products with the VLR 70 EU. This decentralised ventilation product with heat recovery is ideal for new build or retrofit situations and is fitted through an outside wall, meaning it does not require interior ducting.
“There’s been an increasing awareness of the need to improve indoor air quality for all sorts of health reasons. This product has great filtration – with options to upgrade to even higher levels -which can help allergy sufferers. The constant supply of fresh air also helps homes and small commercial properties stay mould free and healthy,” explains Mark.
Other reasons to visit the stand include
• A free T-shirt for every heat pump, room heating or hot water project brought for specification
• Sign up to free heat pump training with STIEBEL ELTRON’s Heat Pump Pass introductory online course for heat pump installers
• Find out about a useful new app to pick the right range and size of electric room heaters with ease