NEWS: SHK Essen postponed to 01. to 04. September 2020


SHK ESSEN, which is planned for the period 10 to 13 March 2020, will be postponed to late summer and will take place from 1 to 4 September 2020. The new date was fixed by Messe Essen together with the SHK NRW trade association, the ideal sponsor of the trade fair for sanitation, heating, air-conditioning and digital building management. Roth can be found at the SHK in Essen in Hall 1.0, Stand 1A13.

Dautphetal-based manufacturer Roth Werke presents in Essen coordinated products for building technology with custom and needs-oriented system solutions. The focus will be the "Roth ServiceXtra" package with a comprehensive range of services for trade applications through consultation, planning, after-sales service and digital support such as the Roth RIA app. The manufacturer showcases at the exhibition the Roth Flat Connect apartment stations as integrated concept as well as the extensive programme of radiant heating and cooling systems with the new regulation system Touchline S and a new system solution for the installation of floor heating systems in passage ways: Roth Floorfix. In addition Roth presents its pipe installation systems for drinking and heating water, Roth heat pump systems, the Thermotank Quadroline heat storage tanks and storage systems for combustibles and biofuels, rainwater and waste water.

With the sanitary division Roth presents its versatile range of high-quality showers, including glass and complete showers. Special highlights there are the complete showers Vinata and Vinata Style as well as the glass shower Philly Loft Horizon in industrial design. Further Roth presents for the first time the mineral cast shower tray programme Marmo Neo.

Roth provides an integrated energy concept for new and existing buildings. Managing resources carefully and using energy and water in buildings efficiently are what its product range is all about. With the motto “Living full of energy”, the Roth energy circle combines products for generating, storing and using energy and water to create an integrated system for modern building technology.