This year, the Stuttgart LogiMAT will again be held with the participation of the plant manufacturer LK Metallwaren. From April 25-27, 2023, this will bring its visitors up to date on the use of efficient, resource-saving hall heating and ventilation systems.
For the sake of the climate, heating industrial halls in a C02-neutral way and using regenerative resources: This is the motto with which LK Metallwaren would like to address interested trade fair participants at this year’s LogiMAT in Stuttgart, including above all logistics operators.
“While we are one of the leading suppliers of hall heating and ventilation systems we are not part of the core family of the industry. However, with the large number of personal and professional contacts that we have made here as exhibitors since 2005, LogiMAT is now one of the most important events in our annual trade fair calendar,” says Sales Manager Harald Wimmer, summarizing the many positive experiences of the Schwabach-based plant manufacturer during its past participations in the Stuttgart trade fair.
The focus of the presentation this time will be the presentation of
warm air generators of the brand GCS
and the proven
REKU ventilation systems
will be. Wimmer: “In combination with state-of-the-art heat pump technology, hall heating and ventilation systems today no longer require fossil fuels. Accordingly, CO2 emissions can be reduced to zero and, in this way, climate protection targets for the non-residential sector can also be met.”
By using an air-to-air heat pump, the ambient air can be used as a heat source. This ensures both a particularly energy-efficient and environmentally friendly application. The heaters in the hot air generator are thereby piped to the heat pump and filled with R32 refrigerant for further operation. Advantage of plants made by LK Metallwaren: In all plant combinations with heat pumps, the heating element can be operated for heating (direct condenser) or for cooling (direct evaporator). In this way, plant operators can ensure a stable hall climate throughout the year, significantly improving not only the production environment but also the working conditions for employees. Further advantages: Plant technology that is supplied via heat pumps is subsidized by the
Federal Office of Economics and Export Control
with up to 35 percent of the eligible costs.
As an alternative to heat pump technology, LK systems can also be operated with the use of other non-fossil heat generators such as geothermal, wood chips or pellets. Even retrofits can be realized within a short time with little technical effort.
As in previous trade fair appearances at LogiMAT, LK Metallwaren will once again present itself with extensive consulting expertise and streamlined equipment. For the presentation of
heating system and ventilation systems
two 60-inch screens will provide the necessary visuals on the 20-square-meter corner stand in Hall 5 Stand 5B26. The sales manager of LK Metallwaren Harald Wimmer as well as Henri Dosse (area manager northwest) and Jan Beyer as further sales representatives will be available for best advice to the fair visitors over the entire course of the three fair days.