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AFRISO at the SHK Essen trade fair
A trade fair for sanitary, heating, air conditioning and renewable energies applications


The SHK Essen, a trade fair for sanitary, heating, air conditioning and renewable energies applications, will be a meeting point for trade, specialised companies, planners, architects, owners, operators and decision-makers. The SHK Essen trade fair puts the focus on future-oriented topics. For example, new concepts for the use of intelligent building technology, new ventilation and air conditioning technologies and innovative drinking water treatment processes will take centre stage. Many exhibitors will also showcase effective solutions for heating system renovation. Combinations of existing technologies and new approaches result in virtually unlimited possibilities.


At the SHK Essen, hall 2.0, stand 113, visitors can find out the latest about new high-performance AFRISO products and developments.
At the SHK Essen, hall 2.0, stand 113, visitors can find out the latest about new high-performance AFRISO products and developments, many of which have already been launched while others are coming soon. One main focus is the integration of AFRISO products and the power-independent EnOcean wireless technology.

The level switch Minimelder, the oil/water alarm unit ÖWU, the vacuum-type leak detector Eurovac NV: The range of AFRISO products that is equipped with EnOcean wireless technology is rapidly growing. "Stand-alone" solutions such as the water alarm WaterSensor eco operates without external power and sends a radio signal to the EnOcean centre if it detects a water leak. The new CO2 sensor monitors the ambient air quality in rooms; the version CO2-Sensor F features wireless communication. Users requiring an additional alarm unit (typically in commercial and industrial areas) without the need of wireless technology should take a closer look at the ZAG 01 additional alarm unit. Whether car workshops, car wash facilities, petrol stations, scrapyards, disposal or recycling companies - whoever operates an oil, petrol or grease separator should have a WGA 01-D alarm unit for separators. Owners of a Unitop level indicator allow petrol tanker drivers to check whether the tank capacity is sufficient for the ordered volume before they start the filling process.

The new TankControl 01 level indicator is even more convenient; it acquires, stores and displays consumption and remaining range information (based on the consumption history). The new DTA 10 digital tank contents indicator triggers a visual alarm if the level falls below a minimum. Various new components from the areas of heating and air conditioning such as thermal safety valves, flow meters, fuel oil de-aerators, anti-tamper cap valves and quick air vents as well as pressure gauges and thermometers with capillaries ensure safe and energy-efficient operation of systems.

Rainwater harvesting continues to be highly popular – a typical example is the conversion of a decommissioned steel fuel oil tank into an efficient rainwater storage tank; this requires little investment and can be done quickly and easily by means of installing an inner rain water lining using magnets.