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London HEVAR 2007 is the biggest ever

One hundred exhibition stands have been sold at London HEVAR 2007, making this year's show the biggest in its 20 year history.
London HEVAR 2007 is the biggest ever
London HEVAR 2007 takes place at the Royal Horticultural Halls in Greycoat Street on September 26 and 27 and promises to be bigger and better than previous London shows.

More than 750 visitors have already signed up to get access to 100 stands at London HEVAR.

Every 10th individual to register their attendance online will receive a free bottle of wine upon arrival to the HVAC exhibition.

Visitors will get the chance to see new products, attend seminars and network with industry peers over lunch. Heating and Ventilating Review is the events official sponsor and will also have a stand at the show.

Eaton Williams, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Daikin are some of the big names exhibiting products at London HEVAR this year.

With so many stands to see, visitors are being given the opportunity to pre-book a one-to-one appointment with suppliers in the 'Meet the Buyer' networking area.

Seminars at the event include 'Legionella Update - Lessons From The Barrow Outbreak' and 'The role of biomass in achieving carbon neutral renewable energy'.

Trox is hosting two seminars from its academy at London HEVAR. Peter Copping will give a technical presentation on the use of CO2 as a refrigerant in data centres and dealer desks. Trox's Barry Trewhitt give a seminar on the benefits of VAV fan coil units.
To book your free place at a Trox seminar register online at www.hevar.co.uk.

To attend London HEVAR 2007 and be in with the chance to stake a claim on a free bottle of wine courtesy of Spirotech, book your place at

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4 September 2007

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