Roth Energy and Sanitary Systems at GET Nord in Hamburg


From 20 to 22 November 2014, Roth will be exhibiting at GET Nord in Hamburg. At Stand 137 in Hall B6, the manufacturer will be presenting innovative system solutions for building technology. The specialist trade fair for sanitation, heating, air conditioning and renewable energy is the meeting point for experts from the manual trades, retail, design, architecture and industry.

Roth's range of heat storage tanks is sure to be a real highlight. With the multi-award-winning Roth Thermotank Quadroline, the company is setting new trends in the sector in terms of technology, lightweight construction, energy efficiency, hygiene, corrosion resistance and design.

The inventor of the Roth Original Tacker System will also be showcasing the extensive variety of tacker applications as well as other solutions offered by its underfloor heating and cooling systems. In this product sector, Roth provides wall, floor and ceiling solutions for newbuilds and renovation projects using both wet and dry construction methods.

Roth also offers the innovative EnergyLogic Touchline control system. This energy-efficient and hydraulically optimised control system allows users to cut their heating costs by up to 20 per cent. Roth has now completed its EnergyLogic range with its new Basicline room thermostats, which share the same design concept.

The manufacturer will also be exhibiting its heat pump systems, solar systems, storage systems for (bio)fuels and pipe installation systems for drinking water installations and radiator connections. Its versatile range of high-quality showers, including glass and complete showers, rounds off its trade fair portfolio.

Roth provides an integrated energy concept for new and existing buildings. Managing resources carefully and using energy and water in buildings efficiently are what its product range is all about. With the slogan "Living full of energy", the Roth eco-energy circle combines products for generating, storing and using energy and water to create an integrated system for modern building technology.