Evinox Energy is gearing up to take part in UK Construction Week, which is running from October 8 to 10 at Birmingham’s NEC.
Visit Evinox at stand E317 where retro video games meet modern ‘Smart’ heat network solutions, with the launch of ModuSat® FUSION prefabricated HIU utility cupboard. The product will be on display and offers the ‘perfect fit’ for communal and district heat network developments.
Visitors can watch the ModuSat® FUSION video (Styled on classic 80’s video games) and experience first-hand the unique combination of ultra-compact design with ‘smart’ high-efficiency heat interface unit performance. (www.evinoxenergy.co.uk/fusion)
Win a retro Nintendo NES games console
Be sure to stop by at Evinox’s stand and enter the Free ModuSat® FUSION competition, where you can win a retro Nintendo Classic Mini NES games console! A miniaturised version of the ground-breaking NES originally released in Europe in 1986.
If successful you can plug the Nintendo Classic Mini into your TV, pick up that grey controller, and rediscover the joy of NES games – in high definition at 60 Hz!
There will be three Nintendo Classic Mini NES’s up for grabs, one on each day of the exhibition and entry is completely FREE of charge. Winner’s will be announced at the end of each day. Visit Evinox’s stand for full details.
‘Smart’ heat Interface units on display
Evinox will also display the latest range of ModuSat® XR ‘Smart’ Heating and Cooling Interface Units at the event. These units provide M&E contractors and consulting engineers with a “whole lot more” for a “whole lot less” due to the myriad of hidden extras. Models on display will include the popular ModuSat® XR-ECO Twin Plate unit for heating and instantaneous hot water and the ModuSat® XR-ECO Combined Heating and Cooling interface unit, with new ultra-compact dimensions.
Find out more about the benefits of installing ModuSat®FUSION Prefabricated HIU Cupboards and Evinox’s ‘Smart’ HIU technology by visiting Stand E317 at UK Construction Week from October 8 to 10 at the NEC.
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