Ariston Thermo is a leading exhibitor at the 41st Mostra Convegno Expocomfort – the internal exhibition of heating, domestic water and climate control solutions at Milan from 13 to 16 March 2018 – with its focus on energy efficiency and renewable resources.
With its almost 90 years of experience, Ariston Thermo is now one of the major companies in the industry and continues to pursue its ambitious objective of being the premier global partner with its full range of efficient and sustainable water and space heating solutions.
Ariston Thermo confirms its commitment to comfortable heating of both water and spaces with a range of high-efficiency products, systems and services, on show in a stand of over 2,500 m², divided between the Ariston, Elco and Ecoflam brands (pavilion 1, stand A01-D30 and stand C13-E12).
The Ariston brand presents ‘Comfort is our challenge’ as its primary theme at MCE 2018.
A payoff that puts the accent on what has always been Ariston’s ambitious objective: to bring comfort to all, no matter how the individual user conceives it.
Ariston invites us all to accompany it in its challenge with the message ‘Be our hero for a day’. A challenge that means constant renewal of its products and technologies, as visitors can see for themselves in the company’s water and space heating areas, and on the integrated renewable system wall displays.
Among the many innovations on show at the exhibition, Lydos Hybrid, the first class A electric water heater, stands out with its hybrid technology, alongside One Series, the range of wall mounted condensation boilers with their exclusive performance and design, and Nimbus NET, the next generation of air/water heat pumps for water and space heating solutions.
The company is also showing many other innovative products, including Lydos and Pro1 electric water heaters and the Genus One Hybrid NET renewable hybrid systems.
At the centre of the stand, there is Ariston NET, the connectivity app that keeps professional users in touch with the needs of their clients while enabling the latter to interact with their heating systems no matter where they are, using their personal smartphones. The service area showcases the complete range of activities for trade professionals, from training to after sales.
The company will also be presenting its new online platform (ariston.com), completely redesigned to provide digital services, accompany users in selecting and configuring the right product for their needs and direct them towards their local Ariston partner. The site also allows users to compare up to three products in a given category and request a quote online.
The portal gives Ariston partners access to the MyAriston loyalty programme, as well as technical tools for simplifying their work and finding the best solutions for their clients.
At MCE 2018, Elco Heating Solutions greets visitors with a vast choice of technologies for optimising the energy efficiency of any application.
Among its many innovations in energy efficiency and renewables, Elco presents its new solutions for commercial heating with the brand new Trigon XXL, rated up to 1.6 MW, and the new KEON family of instant gas-powered water heaters, ultra-efficient hybrid systems born from the combination of Aerotop Mono and the new Thision Mini 3 and Thision XS 2 wall mounted boilers, among the most efficient in the world for their category, with stand out compactness and ease of installation.
Other new products include the integrated Aerotop Split VMC Net system and 360° connectivity accessories – Wi-Fi and radio frequency solutions for remote user control and pro-active service.
The burners area will be showcasing the latest innovation from Elco and Ecoflam.
Given the upcoming introduction of the ErP directive, Elco will be launching the new Elco EKL range of residential diesel and kerosene burners (rated up to 100 kW), as well as new developments in the Vectron range (rated up to 460 kW).
Further developments are also slated for the high power, ultra-low emissions burners: along with the RPD160 (80 MW), Elco is showcasing two dual-fuel models featuring the FGR (Flue Gas Recirculation) technology: N11.22000 (22 MW) and EK EVO 9.13000 (13 MW).
The enactment of the ErP directive is also reflected in Ecoflam’s offering, with a renewed range of burners up to 400 kW for liquid and gas fuels, and the presentation of a new range of commercial and industrial burners with ultra-low emissions.