Grant makes successful debut at ISH

Earlier this month, Grant Engineering went to Frankfurt where they had a stand at ISH, one of the world’s largest trade exhibitions for water and energy technologies.

Grant Engineering’s stand at this year’s ISH exhibition

Taking place on 14th – 18th March, ISH 2017 welcomed 2,482 exhibitors who shared their new product innovations in the water and energy sector. The ISH exhibition showcased the latest products from market leading companies based in Europe and further afield, attracting over 200,000 visitors over the course of the five days.

Held every other year, ISH attracted exhibitors from 61 countries and visitors from across the world, making the event a truly international affair and global platform. The focus is always on new technologies and product innovation so Grant Engineering took the opportunity to display its latest energy efficient heating technologies on the world stage at this year’s event.

A range of renewable heating products and oil boilers were available to see at the Grant trade stand, including the Vecta biomass boiler, Grant’s latest condensing wood pellet boiler available in internal and external models, and the Aerona³ inverter driven air source heat pump, Grant’s third generation of heat pumps. The revolutionary Grant VortexAir Hybrid was also on the stand, a product which combines the trusted attributes of a VortexBlue oil-fired boiler with the green energy of an Aerona³ heat pump.

Exciting new products were also revealed by Grant at ISH. Launching into the European market this year will be two new condensing oil boiler ranges, featuring both high-temperature and low-temperature models. In addition, a new smart heating control and fan convector were unveiled, product lines which will make their debut in the UK in Autumn/Winter 2017.

At the heart of Grant’s product designs are the pioneering concepts of the company’s founder Stephen Grant and the R&D Team. For four decades, Grant has been introducing highly efficient heating appliances to the market and ISH 2017 was the ideal platform for the Company to share their innovative, sustainable heating solutions with international audiences.

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