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First-time exhibitors sign up for London HEVAR

With the show just four months away, London HEVAR is welcoming a number of first time exhibitors to the 2009 HVAC exhibition.
Spanning two days at the Royal Horticultural Halls, visitors to this year's exhibition will see 15 new exhibitors who have not been at London HEVAR before.

Exhibiting for the first time at the exhibition will be Soler & Palau, which will be launching the TD Mixvent Twin fan range on September 23.

Other first time London HEVAR exhibitors include: All Seasons Hire, BES, ECMK, Giacomini UK, Medem, Mr Plant Hire, Panasonic, Polypipe Ventilation, Airforce Ventilation Products, Summitskills, Thermozone, Ubbink, UK Plumbing Supplies and Xpelair.

Returning to the London HEVAR exhibition are a number of familiar faces to HEVAR visitors and these include:

Advanced Air (UK), Air Conditioning Centre, Broag, Big Foot/Aspen Pumps, C.A Baldwin & Co, Conpless UK, ENWA, Ideal Stelrad Group, Lochinvar, Odourvac, Riello, S&S Northern, Sondex, Spirotech, Systemair, Tacanova, The Grille Shop, Trend Control Systems, Vectaire, Wilo and many more.

London HEVAR takes place on September 23-24 at Royal Horticultural Halls, Greycoat Street, Victoria, London. The show runs on the first day from and the on second day from 9.30am-3.30pm.

With more firms joining those booked for London HEVAR all the time, individuals interested in viewing the latest exhibitor list are advised to visit LondonHEVAR
2 June 2009


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