Aquatherm Moscow 2017 has finished its work with the biggest attendance in the show's history

10 Feb 2017

Aquatherm Moscow, the 21st International exhibition for domestic and industrial heating, water supply, engineering and plumbing systems, ventilation, air-conditioning and equipment for pools, saunas and spas has finished its work today.

28 308 visitors attended the event this year that is 7% more than the show results in 2016, and 2% more than the previous biggest show attendance in 2014!

732 exhibitors from 30 countries presented their products at over 30 000 sqm of exhibition space. Exhibitor catalogue

Aquatherm Moscow 2017 Business programme included 6 events for the industry professionals:

  • Presentation of a new project ThermoConVent2017 (organised by Association of Heating Radiators' Producers (APROEA), Russia);
  • Conference “Energy efficiency and safety of heating and water supply and wastewater disposal systems” (supported by Publishing Center “Aqua-Therm”, Russia);
  • Conference “Prospects of construction industry development. Legal framework. Engineering equipment. Exploitation” (supported by NP “AVOK”);
  • Conference “Economic efficiency and technical aspects of constructing high-power wall-hang boilers cascade scheme. Solutions and examples, hands-on experience of implementation and operation” (supported by “С.О.К.” magazine);
  • Symposium “Efficient heating and domestic hot water systems with renewable energies” (supported by BDH, Federal Industrial Association of Germany for House, Energy and Environmental Technology)
  • Conference ”Pools today” (supported by “Banbas” magazine and www.banbas.ru).
    Business Programme

We would like to thank exhibitors and all the show visitors and wish you all productive work in the new season!

See you on 6-9 of February 2018 at the 22nd Aquatherm Moscow!



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