Technology for Environmental Protection - Measuring. Controlling. Monitoring.
AFRISO at the SHK and IFH
Trade fairs for sanitation, heating, air conditioning and renewable energies


At this year's SHK and IFH trade fairs in spring, visitors can find out the latest about a great number of new products and developments at the AFRISO stands (SHK Essen, March 9 - 12, hall 2, stand E13 and IFH/Intherm in Nuremberg, April 5 - 8, hall 6, stand 208).
The new CAPBs system which currently has many different sensor modules (for example, pressure, temperature, humidity) will be one of the highlights showcased. The CAPBs can transfer measured data to smartphones or tablets via Bluetooth Smart. The main attraction is the fact that the CAPBs can also communicate with existing flue gas analysers such as the BLUELYZER ST, EUROLYZER STx, MULTILYZER STe or with the S4600-ST line of pressure measuring instruments. This turns a flue gas analyser or a pressure measuring instrument into a multi-functional instrument which considerably facilitates the daily work of service technicians because they can now perform all measuring tasks with a single measuring instrument - fast and accurately. The measuring instruments and the free apps for smartphones and tablets allow for a wide range of applications.

Another first of its kind is the compact flow rate and temperature measuring instrument FlowTemp ST which is easy to handle even at low water fittings.Measuring the heat capacity of gas-fuelled or electrically driven tankless water heaters and the determination of the efficiency directly at the water tap are revolutionised by the device. Correct thermal disinfection of legionella in drinking water installations can be monitored and documented. All data is correctly transferred to a BlueLine measuring instrument, smartphone or tablet.

Another interesting innovation is the new WZS 100 hot water circulation system, a sophisticated safety system with scalding protection function which was designed for connection to all water heaters with thermally controlled circulation function and for systems with stratified storage and for systems with continuously high water temperatures.

Trade fair visitors are also invited to take a closer look at the new thermal safety valves TAS 03 which offer maximum safety due to two independent probe systems and which are designed for protection of sealed and open solid-fuel heating systems as per EN 12828 with up to 100 kW. Additional new products comprise automatic quick air vents which ensure continuous and reliable venting of the heating system, new valve inserts for underfloor heating circuit manifolds which automatically ensure optimum water flow in the corresponding manifold outlet and a new digital tank contents gauge for users, who do not have a power outlet next to the fuel oil tank or water tank but who would like to know the exact level (litres, % or liquid level).

And our staff will be happy to discuss with you why a smart home is so much more than being able to remotely check whether there is still enough milk in the refrigerator.

At the HVAC trade fairs in spring 2016, visitors can find out the latest about a great number of new products and developments at the AFRISO stands (SHK Essen, March 9 - 12, hall 2, stand E13 and IFH/Intherm in Nuremberg, April 5 - 8, hall 6, stand 208). The new CAPBs system will be one of the highlights showcased.

The AFRISO CAPBs system is currently based on many different sensors (for example, pressure, temperature, humidity). The CAPBs are simply plugged onto a modular handle and the measured data is transferred to a smartphone or tablet or to an existing AFRISO flue gas analyser or pressure measuring instrument.

A CAPBs system turns an AFRISO flue gas analyser or a pressure measuring instrument into a multi-functional instrument which considerably facilitates the daily work of service technicians because they can now perform all measuring tasks with a single measuring instrument.