With 2,400 exhibitors, the ISH is the world’s biggest showcase for building, energy and air conditioning technologies as well as renewable energies. From March 14 to 18, the trade fair will cover all aspects with regard to energy-efficient heating technologies in conjunction with renewable energies, air conditioning, refrigeration and ventilation technologies for environmentally friendly buildings.
We cordially invite visitors to the ISH fair in Frankfurt (March 14 to 18) to the AFRISO stand to find out the latest about a great variety of new products, for example, in the areas of smart home, heating technology, fuel oil storage technology and mobile measuring technology. The modular smart home system AFRISOLab, already successful on the market, ensures excellent indoor climate, security and comfort and operates via the wireless and battery-less EnOcean standard and has now been extended by new security components such as an indoor siren and a new VDS-tested smoke alarm. The AFRISOhome app allows users to configure their own smart home to their own requirements. The product range covers all areas from comfort, energy savings, leak/hazard detection to burglary protection.
New heating system components such as the Vario-DP thermostat valves allow for hydraulic balancing without measuring instruments. The valve for automatic balancing always ensures that the right water volume is supplied to the radiator, regardless of the number of open or closed thermostat valves in the system.
The new level sensor tester is yet another highlight; it is suitable for testing level sensors in diesel and fuel oil systems and can be operated via the menu without requiring previous instructions.
In 2017, the new CAPBs sensor module system will draw attention once again. The system uses a base handle that can be combined with more than 20 sensor modules to form a measuring unit. New sensors for CO detection, differential temperature pressure measurement and a DVGW-approved sensor for leakage measurement via an app are available. AFRISO is the first manufacturer worldwide who can perform this measurement via an app.
Measured data can be transferred to smartphones and tablets via a free app and to AFRISO BlueLine measuring instruments via Bluetooth. Heating system professionals and chimney sweeps can extend their existing BlueLine measuring instruments by additional measuring unit units and perform all important measurements.