Next OFTEC Oil Heating Show Set For Templepatrick, Co. Antrim

25th August 2007
OFTEC and supporting members continue their tour of the British Isles, with the next OFTEC Oil Heating Show set for 18 September 2007 in Templepatrick, Co. Antrim.

This is the first Oil Heating Show in Ulster, since significant changes were made to the province’s Building Regulations in November 2006.

Supported and sponsored by OFTEC Members, the trade-only events allow oil tank and oil boiler technicians to catch up with the very latest new product developments and to speak directly to oil equipment manufacturers. Confirmed exhibitors include local and Mainland oil equipment suppliers including Anglo Nordic Burners, Apollo, Ecoflam, Firebird UK, Gerkros, Grant Engineering, Raw Group, Riello Burners, Teddington Controls, Warmflow, Worcester Bosch and of course oil tank manufacturer Titan Environmental.

Additionally, there is an opportunity for installers to question OFTEC representatives directly, about the seemingly ever-changing world of standards and regulations, together with what OFTEC is doing, to look after the interests of oil heating technicians.

Admission is free to oil heating installers, oil equipment resellers and fuel distributors – in fact to anyone with an interest in the oil heating, cooking and storage industry throughout the British Isles. Further shows are planned for other areas of the UK too, during 2007 with OFTEC and supporting Members set to visit Devon and Suffolk later this year.

The Templepatrick Oil Heating Show is expected to draw visitors from across Counties, Antrim, Armagh and Down. With a large attendance expected, pre-registration is advised. To reserve your free place, call on 0845 65 85 080 or visit OFTEC Online at

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Article Last Updated 25th August 2007
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