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London HEVAR gets third seminar theatre

A third seminar theatre has been added to London HEVAR 2009, the HVAC exhibition which runs from September 23-24.
London HEVAR gets third seminar theatre
Hosted at Victoria's Royal Horticultural Halls, the show's Seminar theatre three is dedicated to exhibitor presentations.

Visitors will see HVAC companies including Lochinvar, Broag, S&S Northern, Spirotech, ECMK, Medem and Systemair take part.

Crowd-pleasing seminars will be back at London HEVAR. This includes the popular Heat Pump seminars hosted by Tony Bowen, the president of the Heat Pump Association.

Both the HVCA and CIBSE will present morning seminar sessions on Wednesday and Thursday respectively.

Another London HEVAR first will be the Demo Area on the show floor. The area will be the focus of live product demonstrations from exhibitors during the two-day show.

All visitors to the show will be treated to a free drink or lunch.

For more details visit LondonHEVAR
27 May 2009

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