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Roth Werke presents itself at GET Nord in Hamburg

Roth Werke from Dautphetal will be exhibiting at GET Nord from 17 to 19 November 2022 in Hamburg. The manufacturer will be presenting its energy and sanitary systems there in Hall B6, Stand 453. Almost 600 exhibitors are registered for the trade fair for electrical, sanitary, heating and air conditioning.

Roth will be showing coordinated products for building technology with individual and demand-oriented system solutions at its stand. "We are looking forward to another presence trade fair this year and to meeting our customers in northern Germany in person. We will be presenting new products and additions to our product ranges there for applications in new buildings or modernisation," explained Christin Roth-Jäger, Managing Director of Roth Werke.

The company will be presenting the Roth Thermotank Quadroline heat pumps and heat storage tanks as well as the FlatConnect home stations at the trade fair. Roth will also be showing its extensive range of radiant heating and cooling systems with a new control system and a new stainless steel heating circuit manifold. Other highlights include pipe installation systems with completely lead-free components for drinking water and heating installations as well as storage systems for fuels and biofuels, rainwater and wastewater. The trade fair presentation will also focus on the "Roth ServiceXtra" package with a comprehensive range of services for the trade through consulting, planning, after-sales service and digital support.

Comprehensive sanitary programme

In the sanitation segment, Roth Werke will present its high-quality and versatile range of glass and complete showers, shower trays and Vipanel wall panelling systems. Special highlights are the Vinata complete showers and the Cariba and Limaya glass showers.

For the right choice of sanitary products, the company draws on its decades of expertise in consultation and planning and is available to provide advice and support to specialist wholesalers and tradesmen.