RA Tech UK becomes HHIC member

RA Tech UK, the inventor of the hotun dry-trap tundish, has joined the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC).

HHIC is a member organisation committed to effectively driving, supporting and promoting the sustained growth of the UK domestic heating and hot water industry.

RA Tech UK managing director and hotun inventor, Russell Armstrong, said: “We are really proud to have become a member of HHIC. It is important to us to be actively involved within the energy industry. When developing the hotun we wanted to create a solution which helped installers meet legislation and regulations simply and easily. We’re excited that as part of the HHIC we can inform future legislation and industry schemes, with the continued aim of making significant and beneficial changes to the industry for all.”

Stewart Clements, director at HHIC, added: “We are delighted to welcome RA Tech UK into membership. We look forward to working with them on the many challenges and opportunities the UK heating market presents.”

11 April 2019


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