HVAC 2016 attracts Hitachi, Airflow and Kingspan Insulation

HVAC2016_logo_CMYK_18_20.epsPreparations for the UK’s only dedicated show to heating, ventilation and air conditioning within the construction industry are well underway with a raft of the biggest names signing up to exhibit in October.

Taking place at the Birmingham NEC, HVAC 2016 will be the premier destination to see the latest innovations and services from top companies in the industry, with many exciting product launches and great deals to be had.

HVAC 2016 will also host the official European launch of air treatment company, Bio-Oxygen. Originally set up in Australia, Bio-Oxygen is now coming to Europe following worldwide success of its air sterilisation system, which guarantees odour free results along with 99% elimination of viruses and bacteria.

Air conditioning specialist, Hitachi, has also signed up to exhibit at the show and will be bringing examples from its newly expanded Yutaki air source heat pump range.

Nathan Garnett, event director for HVAC 2016, said: “We’ve been really pleased with the response from the industry towards HVAC 2016 and, with the number of big industry names already signed up, it goes to show the desire in the sector for an event like this. We were blown away by the success of last year’s event, but by all accounts 2016 is set to be even bigger and better. Registration is open for visitors now and we still have some space left for exhibitors so don’t miss out and get in touch soon to avoid being disappointed.”

Visitors to HVAC 2016 will also benefit from the event’s co-location alongside eight other trade events being held at UK Construction Week. Offering the unique opportunity to network with individuals and companies from across the entire construction industry, visitors can explore five expansive halls of the NEC, all packed with relevant products, services, features and businesses.

For more information, booking enquiries and exhibitor testimonials, please visit: www.hvaclive.co.uk or follow: @hvacshow on Twitter.

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