Thermaflow at Greenbuild Expo Manchester Central 10th and 11th November 2015

We are again visiting the Greenbuild Expo exhibition in Manchester. The timing of this year’s exhibition is really very good for us as it coincides with the launch of a completely new product range. In addition to our continuing line of highly efficient electric combi and solar combi boilers we have added a number of new heating and hot water solutions. We now produce a series of domestic and commercial air source heat pumps as well as our unique ASHP and Biomass combi buffer vessels.

Our ASHPs are amongst the most cost effective renewable energy products on the market and with a range of domestic and commercial units we can meet the requirements for all property types and projects.  All feature advanced technology, are easy to install and maintain and fully accredited.

The combi buffer vessels provide a dual-purpose solution which is versatile and adaptable making it a future proofed choice for storing energy for use in renewable heating and hot water systems. They are the ideal storage unit for use with heat pumps and biomass heating systems and all have an ERP rating of B or above.

Our extended product range will more than meet the challenges of the best  and offer exceptional value to all those interested in sourcing high quality, efficient and sustainable heating and hot water solutions in a competitive market place.

We are looking forward to introducing these new products as well as our longstanding combi boilers to potential customers at this year’s show. So come and visit us at Stand G16 and let us tell you all about the full range of products we now supply and what deals are available. We look forward to seeing new and existing customers at Greenbuild on 10th and 11th November.

Thermaflow Ltd at Ecobuild 3rd-5th March 2015

Thermaflow Ltd is proud to present its high efficiency central heating /hot water products, including its new solar central heating and hot water range as part of the Scottish Pavilion at Stand S3100/3110. Thermaflow Ltd is proud of its innovative approach to fighting the rising costs of heating and hot water provision. “It’s an opportunity to show how our products can help the fight to reduce costs and reduce energy use” says Thermaflow Ltd.’s Managing Director George Curtis. “ All our products have unique renewable energy options that future proof them and make them especially suitable for Ecobuild, being a leading exhibition of sustainable construction products for new build and refurbishment of residential and commercial properties.

We have been established in Scotland for 11 years and we are delighted to be joining with Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Development International to showcase to UK and international visitors that our range of electric combi boilers are the most efficient of their type on the market.  We are looking forward to meeting visitors at all events that form part of the Ecobuild experience”

You can find out more about Thermaflow Ltd at Ecobuild on www.ecobuild.co.uk/Exhibitor/Thermaflow-Ltd

To find out more about Ecobuild go to www.ecobuild.co.uk

Low Carbon Heat International Showcase, 18-19 November 2014

Thermaflow Ltd will be represented at the forthcoming

Low Carbon Heat International Showcase
18-19 November 2014

Sheraton Grand Hotel
1 Festival Square
Edinburgh
EH3 9SR
UK

This showcase will provide a platform for Scottish-connected technology, engineering and solutions companies to demonstrate their low carbon heat products and services to customers and build customer understanding of solutions and the capabilities of Scotland’s company base, and better connect players in the low carbon heat sector across Scotland, the rest of the UK and Europe.

Thermaflow Ltd will be exhibiting its range of electric combi boilers and solar central heating and hot water solutions. The company will also be introducing a heat interface storage unit.

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Wind Farms

In an article by Alan Simpson for the Daily Mail on 8th January 2014 Scottish Housing Minister Margaret Burgess rightly made the point that energy efficiency measures can make a difference to families trying to make end meet. Not rocket science exactly.

Additionally, in an article by Tamara Cohen in the same paper on the 26th December 2013 it was pointed out that the National Grid being was unable to cope with the extra energy provided by wind farms in periods of high winds or periods of low demand. The current solution seems to be to pay wind farm owners money not to produce energy. In other words while families struggle in fuel poverty the government not only allows that energy to be wasted, but pays out money to facilitate that waste.

These costs, according to the article, amounted to £30 million this year alone. This is a £25 million increase over sums paid out last year.

It is not the first time that this issue has been brought to the public’s attention. This is a very big issue not only for today but going forward with trying to make energy greener. It is a great shame to waste this energy especially here in Scotland, where we have high levels of fuel poverty and two-thirds of the UKs wind farms.

One concern must be the fact that it is impossible to see that governments have looked properly at the alternatives and been sufficiently robust in encouraging them. Currently the electricity providers offer cheaper rate electricity when the national grid is at low demand. This is usually through the night for obvious reasons. Exploiting this cheaper energy requires heating and hot water systems that can convert the energy into heat and store it efficiently for use when required. It surely makes sense to ensure that this potential is properly assessed and promoted more, rather than continue to pay money out for nothing.

On today’s market there are highly efficient wet electric storage systems such as the Thermaflow range produced by Thermaflow Ltd. The government, its agencies and energy advice forums should look again at how use of products such as these can be better used in the fight to reduce fuel poverty. Electric storage heating has been with us for some time now, but only in recent years have companies such as Thermaflow Ltd brought such highly efficient electric storage options to the market place. It is time for a fresh look at the options for exploiting the national grid issues. Encouraging the storage and subsequent use of cheap rate energy by families in fuel poverty, especially in off gas areas, must be more appealing than paying businesses for doing nothing.

Thermaflow Ltd at GreenbuildExpo

Manchester Central, Manchester, M23GX

7th-8th May 2014

Thermaflow Ltd will be exhibiting at the forthcoming GreenbuildExpo in Manchester.

Managing Director George Curtis is expecting this exhibition to build up on the success of the two previous exhibitions attended by the company so far in 2014. “We have had some really positive leads from our visits to the Ecobuild and CIH Scotland exhibitions we attended in March. We are hoping for more of the same from GreenbuildExpo. It is recognised as the largest sustainable building and refurbishment event in the North of the UK.   The GreenbuildExpo event focusses on professionals working in the volume housing, and for 2014 will focus also on the renewables market that has received a boost from the domestic RHI which was finally launched this April; so all of this is great news to us as we look to increase our profile in the solar thermal market.

So come and visit us on Stand B34 and let us tell you about the full range of products we now supply and what deals are now available. We look forward to meeting new and existing customers on the 7th and 8th May.”

Thermaflow Ltd at CIH Scotland Annual Housing Conference and Exhibition

SECC Glasgow 11-13 March 2014

Thermaflow Ltd will again be presenting its high efficiency central heating /hot water products, including its new solar central heating and hot water range at the forthcoming CIH Scotland Conference and Exhibition.

Thermaflow Ltd is proud of its innovative approach to fighting the rising costs of heating and hot water provision. “It’s an opportunity to show how our products can help the fight to reduce costs and reduce energy use” says Thermaflow Ltd ’s Managing Director George Curtis. “All our products have unique renewable energy options that future proof them and make them especially suitable sustainable construction products for new build and refurbishment of residential and commercial properties. “

“We have been established in Scotland for 10 years and have supplied our products to social landlords throughout Scotland over that period. We are pleased to be able to showcase to visitors from Scotland and further afield that our range of electric combi boilers are the most efficient of their type on the market. We are especially pleased to have this opportunity to meet potential customers and tell them about our new range of thermal solar systems-complete solar panels and boilers.”

It’s an exciting time for us. We are expecting to launch a new model to the market shortly. We very much look forward to meeting as many people as possible at the CIH event in Glasgow. So please come along and visit us at Stand A8.

Thermaflow Ltd at Ecobuild 4th – 6th March 2014

Thermaflow Ltd is proud to present its high efficiency central heating / hot water products, including its new solar central heating and hot water range as part of the Scottish Pavilion at Stand 1320/21.

We are proud of our innovative approach to fighting the rising costs of heating and hot water provision:

“It’s an opportunity to show how our products can help the fight to reduce costs and reduce energy use” says Thermaflow Ltd.’s Managing Director George Curtis.

“All our products have unique renewable energy options that future proof them and make them especially suitable for Ecobuild, being a leading exhibition of sustainable construction products for new build and refurbishment of residential and commercial properties.
We have been established in Scotland for 10 years and we are delighted to be joining with Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Development International and UK Trade and Investment to showcase to UK and international visitors that our range of electric combi boilers are the most efficient of their type on the market. We are especially pleased that the Ecobuild event coincides with our drive to increase our profile in Europe. We are looking forward to meeting visitors at all events that form part of the Ecobuild experience”

You can find out more about Thermaflow Ltd at Ecobuild onwww.ecobuild.co.uk/Exhibitor/Thermaflow-Ltd

To find out more about Ecobuild go to www.ecobuild.co.uk

Thermaflow Ltd at upcoming Exhibitions

Thermaflow’s Managing Director George Curtis says he is very much looking forward to meeting visitors at 3 major exhibitions in the next 3 months.  “Firstly we are attending at the world leading Ecobuild event which is held at ExCel London on 4th to 6th March 2014. It will be great to see visitors from all over the UK and from abroad.

From the 11th to 15th March 2014 we will be at the CIH Scotland Conference and Exhibition at SECC in Glasgow. This will be our second visit to this event and we are keen to meet the wide range of Scottish visitors that attend.

Then on the 7th and 8th of May 2014 we are at the Greenbuild Expo at Manchester Central. This will be our first visit there.

These events are an excellent opportunity to show case our innovative range of electric combi boilers and to introduce our new range of Solar Central Heating and Hot Water systems.”

More detailed news items about these event will be posted on our web site nearer the time.

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