OPENTHERM WORKSHOPS AT PHEX CHELSEA

OpenTherm – the non-manufacturer dependent system of communication between modulating HVAC heating appliances and room thermostats - is inviting all installers heading for PHEX at Chelsea on Wednesday 13th to Thursday 14th November to a series of workshops to find out more about OpenTherm and its benefits to them, their customers and the industry at large.

OpenTherm – the non-manufacturer dependent system of communication between modulating HVAC heating appliances and room thermostats - is inviting all installers heading for PHEX at Chelsea on Wednesday 13th to Thursday 14th November to a series of workshops to find out more about OpenTherm and its benefits to them, their customers and the industry at large.

This is a major opportunity to get in the front seats when it comes to learning about something that will be a major mover and shaker in the heating industry here in the UK, Brexit or no Brexit! It is conservatively thought that more than 80% of all heating installations by 2023 will involve OpenTherm technology.

The workshops will begin at 11am, 1pm and 3pm each day in a room on the fourth floor of the building. Simply hop in a lift to the fourth floor and follow the arrows to the workshops. In between the workshops, which will be part theory and part practical where installers can get their hands on the equipment, installers are also welcome to visit and find out more about OpenTherm from boiler manufacturer and heating controls manufacturers who will be there to enlighten the installer audience.

“No booking needed – just get in the lift, head for the fourth floor, follow the signs and come and meet us and find out more about OpenTherm,” says Yorick Lieffering, OpenTherm Association Director. “There will be a warm welcome for all attendees – we look forward to meeting you!”

The OpenTherm logo is beginning to appear more often in the UK already, with members using it on web sites, literature and at exhibitions – on their stands. It’ll also begun appearing more often in social media. Keep an eye out for it and ask the manufacturers using it why they are committed to the OpenTherm protocol, as the way forward for straightforward communication between controls and modulating heating equipment.
For more information head for the new OpenTherm website at www.opentherm.eu and join in the conversations about OpenTherm on Facebook and Linked In.

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