Comfort meets technology theme for ISH 2015
December 30, 2014 | By HPAC Magazine
Head to Germany for the ultimate industry trade fair experience.
ISH, the world’s future-oriented trade fair for water and energy technologies, will be held in Frankfurt am Main from March 10 to 14, 2015. Show organizer Messe Frankfurt expects around 2400 exhibitors from around the globe to occupy 260,000 square metres of exhibition space. Comfort meets Technology is the theme of the event.
Air-conditioning, cooling and ventilation technology will be displayed under the name Aircontec in the ISH Energy section. There, the industry presents innovative components and systems that, in addition to high energy efficiency, ensure thermal comfort and interior-air quality. In this connection, concepts and solutions for modernising existing buildings and new construction work will be shown for both residential and non-residential. Trending subjects of the sector include systems integration, increased energy efficiency and the integration of renewable energies.
Show organizers report that building-related cooling technology, which has been a component part of ISH/Aircontec since 2007, will be strengthened and expanded at ISH 2015. Prominent exhibitors from this segment have increased the size of their exhibits and will be joined by new key players, such as Carrier and Güntner.
Aircontec is represented by two major items on the complementary program of events at ISH: The Climate Forum of the Building Climate Institute will spotlight high-end solutions for increased energy efficiency in the non-residential field on graphic information boards. The solutions include sorption air-conditioning systems, highly efficient closed-cycle systems and reversible heat pumps. Additionally, the Association of German Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Companies and Messe Frankfurt have organised the IKK Building Forum where specialist companies will present future-oriented system solutions for planners, engineers, architects, the innovative installation trade and facility managers. The exhibition will be supplemented by expert lectures in the adjoining lecture forum.
An information and communication platform will feature the new energy paradigm in relation to real estate and building modernisation and examples of particularly efficient building services and technical installations for new and existing buildings.