NEW DELHI, India - The first ISH India came to an end a few days ago. As China's leading heat pump manufacturer, PHNIX's series of new heat pumps debut at ISH India, and were highly focused on by the local mainstream buyers in India.
It’s reported, many Indian visitors showed a great interest in PHNIX HeatSpring Heat Pump Water Heater which can produce as high as 65℃ outlet water. According to PHNIX product manager Troy Wang on-site, most of the domestic water heaters make only 55℃ in the market, and the 65℃ high outlet temperature enables the water volume for use to increase by 30%. Especially this kind of heat pump can be applied a solution with a solar panel, so as to reach a more energy-saving effect with the advantages of safe running and stable hot water supply. Moreover, the customers focused more on PHNIX commercial pool heat pumps on display, and asked for the series of catalogs actively. At last, all kinds of PHNIX exhibited products at ISH India were snapped up by the customers, and agreements of cooperation have been achieved between PHNIX and some customers from Southeast Asia.
In any case, participation ISH India represents PHNIX long-term focus on emerging market in Southeast Asia. Peter Wang, Deputy General Manager in charge of PHNIX global overseas business, also visited New Delhi to participate in key business negotiations. Peter Wang stressed that PHNIX would take full advantage of the exhibitions to showcase new products and new technologies, and support PHNIX business partners in India to expand local market.
According to ISH India official website, ISH India is a unique platform showcasing a one stop solution for plumbing, sanitation, bathroom & kitchen, renewable energy and home automation system (ISH India powered by IPA), HVAC&R (ACREX), Fire & Safety Association of India (FSAI) and finally windows, doors, façade, technologies, components and prefabricated units due to the co-locations of the key industrial shows. With the showcase of wide product portfolio the leading trade fair covers all aspects of future-oriented building solutions in both horizontal and vertical terms.