Ariston Thermo Group, a global leader in the thermal comfort industry, was a major exhibitor at the 58th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA), from Tuesday, November 27th to Friday, November 30th at Eko Hotel, Lagos.
Ariston, a world expert in water heating, showcased a full range of its efficient and sustainable solutions including solar, gas, heat pump and small, medium up-to-commercial capacity electric water heating products – the largest display of its kind ever witnessed In Nigeria.
The architects and all-comers at the conference were impressed with the product lines for their features as much as their appearance. With capacities from Instant up to 5000 litres, the heaters provide prolonged heating, absolute efficiency and superior comfort.
The products also set a new standard with their ability to adapt heating solutions to different scenarios. Both under-sink and over-sink installation possibilities were showcased as well as domestic and industrial water heating solutions.
Among the various water heater types on display were: electric storage water heaters, electric instant water heaters, gas instant water heaters and renewables heating solution (solar water heaters and heat pumps)
Speaking at the launch in Lagos, Gaurav Bisaria, Country Manager, Ariston Thermo Group, said:
“It is an honour for us to be part of this year’s Nigerian Institute of Architects Conference and Exhibition. Our success story speaks for us. We are latching on it to showcase our award-winning products that are adding value to the teeming population of our customers across Nigeria and beyond. We are happy to showcase the various options like Under-sink, hidden and flexible installation options to the esteemed architects of NIA who are the designers of how houses would be of the future. We are particularly proud to showcase our new range of LPG gas based water heating solutions which can address the gap created by the power situation in the country”
The event took place at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, in Lagos. The program with the theme ‘Architecture and National Regeneration’ brought together architects from across Nigeria and even abroad.