Euroheat to feature ‘mobile home’ display of biomass boilers

  • 26 Jun 2015

The exhibition vehicle, a purpose-built 14 metre arctic trailer, will display a range of Euroheat’s products, including:

Euroheat’s exhibition van at the recent Three Counties Show in Malvern, which took place from the 12 – 24 June.

  • HDG Navora
  • HDG Compact 45
  • TDA Thermodual
  • HDG K series

Simon Holden, co-founder for Euroheat explained: ñCounty shows are a key marketplace for us; the rural community are the main recipients of biomass.î

ñWith plenty of farmers and land owners treading the boards (or grass), by having a presence we’re well-placed to talk directly to end users. Our new exhibition vehicle makes this task a whole lot easier, with everything we need in one place, set-up and ready to show.î

Euroheat will appear at:

  • The Goodwood Festival of Speed – 25-28 June
  • Royal Nofolk Show – 1-2 July
  • Cotswold Show – 4-5 July
  • Kent Country Show 10-12 July
  • Royal Welsh Show – 20-23 July
  • Pembroke Show – 19-21 August
  • Chatsworth Show – 4-6 September

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