An unprecedented number of new exhibitors have signed up to this year's PHEX+ exhibition, which is returning to London's Alexandra Palace on 20 and 21 May, 2015.

Following last year's show launch – the largest PHEX trade exhibition in its 20-year history – the record number of new exhibitors shows just how important the exhibition has already become to the heating and plumbing sector.

PHEX+ was launched to bridge the gap between the domestic and commercial heating and plumbing sector, expanding PHEX's traditional audience to incorporate commercial contractors/installers, M&E engineers, facilities managers, and building services engineers.

"The 2015 exhibition has generated considerable interest from all areas of our industry and it is great to see so many new suppliers come on board," said event organiser, Claire Tilbury.

  • New businesses joining the returning exhibitors at PHEX+ this year include:

  • CA Baldwin

  • Mark Vitow

  • Inno-Therm

  • Smart Installer Club

  • Grohe

  • Warmup Plc

  • Fieldaware

  • Horstmann

  • Kane International

  • Witzenmann

  • Saniflo

  • Redring Xpelair

  • Danfoss

  • Articad

  • Abcot UK

  • Envirovent

  • EPH Controls

  • Eurotron

  • Flowflex

  • Four Winds Softeners

  • Job Logic

  • NLB engineering

  • Pipelife

  • Rated People

  • Rinnai

  • Thames Water

  • Welplan

  • Corgi

  • Teekay Couplings

With over 90 brands on show in one hall, visitors will be able to access a wealth of industry expertise, new product launches and unique show offers only available at PHEX.

An extensive programme of training sessions will also take place throughout the two-day event, in conjunction with HVP magazine. This 'Tech Talks' programme has been specifically designed to meet the needs of plumbing and heating engineers. Topics will include the rise of smart controls, the upcoming Energy-related Products directive, tank-in-tank technology for commercial premises, and underfloor heating.

Gas Safe Register will again be supporting PHEX+, hosting a seminar on each day focusing on unsafe installations, the recent APPCOG carbon monoxide report, and a technical presentation on gas boiler faults.

For a full exhibitors' list, or to register for your free ticket, visit