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OFTEC fired up about oil heating show

The Oil Firing Technical Association (OFTEC) is fired up about its 2008 UK trade tour, which begins with an oil heating show in Somerset on March 5.
OFTEC fired up about oil heating show
Oil heating technicians visiting this free trade-only show, at Haynes Motor Museum in Yeovil, will hear about new products and can speak directly to oil equipment manufacturers.

Installers can talk to OFTEC's on-site representatives about standards, changing regulations and find out what OFTEC is doing for oil heating technicians.

Aga, Danfoss, Riello, Titan, Worcester Bosch and Warmflow Engineering are among the show's big name exhibitors from the UK's heating industry.

Admission is free to oil heating installers, oil equipment resellers and fuel distributors and anyone else interested in the oil heating.

OFTEC's 2008 Oil Heating shows take place at:

March 5, 2008: Yeovil's Haynes Motor Museum
May 14, 2008: Norfolk's Royal Norfolk Showground
June 18, 2008: Cumbria's Carlisle Racecourse
September 3, 2008: East Midlands' Imago, Loughborough
October 22, 2008: Belfast's Armagh City Hotel, Armagh
November 12, 2008: Herefordshire's Hereford Racecourse

To reserve your free place, call 0845 65 85 080
3 March 2008


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