German technology does not sell itself automatically
Interview with Rupprecht Kemper, Managing Partner at Gebr. Kemper GmbH & Co. KG in Olpe (Germany).
German industry sets the pace for technical building installations
Interview with Dirk Gellisch, member of the Board of Management of Viega GmbH & Co. KG, Attendorn
The so-called "Internet of Things" is finding its way into building technology
Interview with Harald Sasserath, owner of SYR Hans Sasserath GmbH & Co. KG, Korschenbroich
Water has to flow when it is needed
Interview with Oliver D. Gessert, CEO of Franke Aquarotter GmbH
For the competence area of water, ISH visitors expect to see the latest solutions for drinking water hygiene
Interview with Jens Bredemeier, EMEA Marcom leader of B2B at Honeywell Haustechnik, Schönaich
Each product has to offer aesthetic and functional added value
Interview with Janusz Palarczyk, CEO of Kludi GmbH & Co. KG, Menden
Prevents the risk of water damage in your living area: Intelligent leak protection
At the end of November there was a "flood" in a university building in Munich. In the night from Friday to Saturday, two running taps caused a property damage of several hundred thousand euros.
Efficient use of water resources
Sustainable sanitary technologies encourage the efficient use of water and help to save energy. But this shouldn’t influence drinking water hygenie: Water still must flow.
Perspectives in Bathrooms – bathroom architecture in the light of demographic change
We are living longer and there are fewer of us. Thanks to medical progress and a more aware life-style, people are not only older these days, they remain healthy and active for longer.
Drinking water hygiene requirements – no problem for innovative technology
Drinking water is our most important nutritional element. Drinking water must be of such good quality that people can go on enjoying it throughout their life without restriction.
Bathroom design through demographic change, drinking water hygiene, leak protection: The VDMA Valve Manufacturers Association will be presenting these and other topics at their Infotainment Cube (hall 4.0, stand B02) at the ISH from 10 to 14 March 2015.
After the architects' tour at the ISH with Anna Philipp – Featuring Water, industry members and architects will meet at the Blue Responsibility lounge to discuss "Bathroom design through demographic change".
Due to the increased industrial requirements regarding sustainability and the current ideas of the European Commission concerning the compulsory Ecodesign for taps and showers, the European Valves Industry has optimised the Water Efficiency Label - WELL. During a presentation on 12 March 2015, EUnited Valves will introduce the new labelling approach, the future application criteria and the trend-setting concept for market surveillance to the visitors of the ISH 2015.