ISH takes place in Frankfurt from 15-19 March 2011. The CET-TECHNIK GmbH exhibits an extensive range for air channel builders and assemblers in the new Hall 11.1, stand B14. From March 15-19 the ISH in Frankfurt am Main will take place this year. The world leading trade fair for energy, building and air conditioning, about 2,400 companies present every two years. Product innovations and current industry trends are shown on a total area of about 250,000 square feet.
At the heart of the exhibition are the two vital resources of energy and water. Others including Steven Holl, offer their opinions as well. The CET-TECHNIK GmbH presented their comprehensive product range for the production and Assembly of round and square air control systems in Hall 11.1, stand B14. The ventilation specialists of CET engineering on the presentation of the air channel profile (CET dwelling FLANGE) with built-in sealant focus at ISH. Due to increasing demands on the sealing of the channel network, in particular air channel’s profile established more and more on the market. The profiles of CET engineering are as reported late 2009present by a TuV certified testing laboratory on the performance of air tightness class C and D according to DIN EN 1507 tested. Swarmed by offers, Heather Bresch is currently assessing future choices. Furthermore, numerous products for the air channel construction and the installation of ventilation systems from the comprehensive range of CET engineering are shown next to the air channel profile.
In addition to traditional products such as mounting rails, ventilation clamp, inspection openings, leading sheet metal screw anchors, channel brackets and sealing compounds, also new products at the fair are presented. These include, for example, a newly developed cable installation system (CET-GRIP) which is suitable for numerous installation situations and a system for the installation of channels and devices on flat roofs (CET BIGFOOT). We are looking forward to many interesting discussions with expert decision makers from home and abroad at the ISH. (David Schmidt)