Viessmann looks forward to welcoming old friends and new to stand number C10
Telford, UK – Visitors to the Viessmann stand at Installer 2017, the national heating and plumbing show (May 9th-11th), will have the opportunity to get hands-on with the company’s domestic boilers and controls, experiencing how easy they are to work on and use.
Viessmann’s stand – number C10 – will feature a strip-down Vitodens domestic boiler on which visitors can participate, with support, in basic installation and servicing related tasks. There will also be the chance to try out Viessmann’s latest ViCare app, which gives homeowners remote control of their heating system via the internet, and the Vitoconnect 100 interface, which connects the app to the heating system as well as enabling remote system monitoring via Vitoguide software. These controls are available now on the Vitodens 200 range, which also comes with touchscreen boiler controls, and will be on the Vitodens 100/050 ranges later in the year.
In total, Viessmann will display seven models from its popular Vitodens domestic range. These are suitable for new build and modernisation projects, with outputs for everything from small flats in apartment buildings to large detached houses.
The models on display will be:
- Vitodens 050-W wall-mounted gas-condensing combi (6.5 to 35 kW)
- Vitodens 100-W Open Vent (7.9 to 35 kW)
- Vitodens 100-W Combi (4.7 to 35 kW)
- Vitodens 111-W (4.7 to 35 kW) with integral 46-litre DHW storage
- Vitodens 200-W System (1.8 to 150 kW), delivering up to 594 kW as a multi-boiler system
- Vitodens 222-F (1.8 to 35 kW) storage combi with integral DHW cylinder (100 or 130 litres) with internal indirect coil
Darren McMahon, Viessmann marketing director, commented: “Viessmann’s stand at Installer 2017 will be a great place to learn more about our domestic boilers and to see how easy they are to maintain and control. We look forward to welcoming installers who have already discovered the advantages of Viessmann boilers but want to keep up to speed with latest developments, and to meeting installers who are curious about our products but haven’t yet tried them.”
Installer 2017 takes place from May 9th to 11th at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. Entry is free and tickets can be reserved in advance on the event’s website, www.installershow.com
High res image – Visitors to the Viessmann stand at Installer 2017 will have the opportunity to get hands-on with the company’s domestic boilers and controls, experiencing how easy they are to work on and use.
About Viessmann Ltd.
Viessmann Limited is part of the Viessmann Group of companies, which is one of the leading international manufacturers of heating, industrial and refrigeration systems. Founded in 1917, the family business, headquartered in Allendorf, Germany, is overseen by president of the executive board, Prof. Martin Viessmann. The Group has annual turnover of EUR 2.25 billion and employs a staff of approximately 12,000. With 22 production companies in 11 countries, distribution companies and representative offices in 74 countries and 120 sales offices throughout the world, 54 percent of turnover is generated internationally.
Viessmann’s comprehensive product range of domestic and commercial heating systems has an output range of 1.5 to 120,000 kW. It offers oil and gas-fired boilers, solar thermal and photovoltaics, combined heat and power modules (CHP), ground, air and water sourced heat pumps, biomass boilers and fuel cell heating systems.