RABMER at the ExpoEnergy at Wels
Innovative water & energy efficiency products are presented in the HALLE 21 STAND A10!
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND
Visit us at our booth and we will show you how you can save water and energy without any loss of comfort or solve lime and corrosion problems without chemicals. You will also learn more about our technologies for the economical use of energy from waste water for heating and cooling buildings. Whether in the private sector, for residential construction, the hotel industry or industry, we offer individual solution ideas for every area.
27 February to 3 March 2019
Hall 21, Booth A10
The following innovative water and energy saving solutions will be presented:
ECOTURBINO® – the only water-saving solution for the shower WITHOUT loss of convenience
Out of an average total water consumption of 130 litres per day, up to 80 litres are used for showering alone1). Rabmer offers an innovative solution with the ECOTURBINO® water saving system. With this patented Austrian product, 36% water and energy can be saved without any loss of comfort. The small attachment piece, which can easily be screwed onto any fitting, contains a mini-turbine which adds air to the flowing water and thus creates a turbulent air-water mixture. Although the actual water consumption is reduced due to the pressure increase principle, the shower volume remains the same. Saving water and energy, reducing CO2 and, of course, reducing costs – all without compromising showering pleasure. The function has been tested by TÜV Austria, among others, and awards such as the Austrian Environmental Label or the Energy Globe Upper Austria 2017 bear witness to the high quality of the product. The ECOTURBINO® can also be combined with already installed water saving systems in order to achieve additional savings results at a constant water jet intensity. Private households, student residences, hospitals, thermal spas and well-known hotels, including the well-known Stanglwirt in Going, the Walchhofer Hotel Group in Zauchensee, the Eurotherme Bad Schallerbach and the Falkensteiner Group, are already using ECOTURBINO® and are not only saving money but also protecting the environment.
AQUABION® lime and corrosion protection
With the lime and corrosion protection system AQUABION® Rabmer offers the solution against limescale deposits and corrosion damage completely without the use of chemicals, salt or electricity. The proven system is installed by the professional installer, is maintenance-free and the natural drinking water quality is maintained. The AQUABION® does not decalcify the water but prevents the limescale from adhering – healthy minerals remain in the water and the water hardness is thus naturally stabilised. More than 100,000 devices installed throughout Europe are proof of the quality of the product.
ZYPHO® innovative heat exchanger for the shower
ZYPHO® is a compact and highly efficient heat exchanger that is installed under the shower tray. It absorbs the thermal energy from the waste water and uses it to preheat the cold water, reducing its energy consumption by up to 30%.
Energy from waste water – for heating and cooling buildings
Every day, households, housing estates, hotels, public buildings and businesses produce a large amount of hot wastewater, which has enormous potential for heating and cooling and can be used accordingly. Our modern technologies, based on heat exchangers, mainly combined with heat pumps, make it possible to recover the energy from the wastewater. This energy is used for space heating, hot water preparation, cooling, but also for integration into regional energy supply concepts.
Also this year there will be an attractive raffle among all fair visitors. Among other things, the main prize will be an AQUABION® lime and corrosion protection worth EUR 1,002,-. Rabmer is giving away an ECOTURBINO hand shower set worth EUR 82.00 and an ECOTURBINO water saving system for the shower worth EUR 56.70 for all those who want to actively save water. The winning tickets are available at Rabmer Stand A10 in Hall 21.
1) Source: Ministry of Life, Nov. 2010, Study on Water Consumption and Water Demand, Part 1, p. 114, Tab. 26 and p. 115, Tab. 28.