Over 100 heating engineers, specifiers and consultants from around the UK and Ireland attended a launch event in September at the National Motorcycle Museum, West Midlands showcasing two new ErP-compliant product ranges from Powrmatic.
Delegates were also able to find out more about Powrmatic’s new partnership with SRP radiant products and receive an insight into Powrmatics air conditioning product portfolio.
In addition, delegates had the opportunity to preview Powrmatic’s upcoming re-branding which will be offically launched soon with a redeveloped website, reflecting the company’s future direction and extended product range .
“As the heating season approaches, this was the perfect opportunity to reach out to our customers both long standing and new, informing them of our latest products to hit the market – as well as the new focus Powrmatic is taking as a company and with our customers. It was great to receive such a positive response from customers about our new direction and plans for the future. Our customers have and will always come first and foremost in all our plans”
The new product ranges – LNVx suspended warm air heaters and VPx cabinet heaters – were well received by the audience, many of whom noted the installer-friendly features that have been retained and built upon in these ranges. Both types offer full compliance with the latest ErP regulations on NOx emissions and seasonal efficiencies.
There was also considerable interest in the partnership between Powrmatic and leading Canadian infrared heating manufacturer Superior Radiant Products (SRP). This new venture gives Powrmatic exclusive rights to sell SRP’s market leading radiant tube and plaque heaters in the UK and Europe. Kevin Merritt and Lily Ning from SRP explained how they had identified strong synergies with Powrmatic and how these would deliver significant value and support to customers.
“This was a fantastic and informative launch day. The Powrmatic re-branding is great, with an updated product range that looks modern and also meets all the latest regulations”