AutoDrain at the Fuel Recovery Tow Show 2012

06 Sep 2012 | Exhibitions, Fuel Recovery, Fuel Safety

Tow Show Logo 2012

AutoDrain will be exhibiting once again at this year’s Professional Recovery Tow Show on the 13-14th September.

The show is held at the Telford International Centre each year, and showcases all the latest in equipment and services for the recovery, towing and breakdown industries.

AutoDrain will be exhibiting their range of fuel recovery and fuel storage products, suitable for installing into vans to attend roadside misfuellings or workshop products to allow you to drain a vehicle back at your site.

This year we will be showing two brand new products which are capacity variations on our popular Mobile Fuel Scavenger 330 Litre model. Our new 200 and 90 litre capacities provide all the same benefits as the larger model for a more cost effective solution.

As well as this come and visit us to find out more information about our new IMI accredited training course, a QAA Award in the Safe Recovery and Storage of Fuel.

AutoDrain will be on Stand B330 near the restaurant so come and see us to discuss your fuel recovery requirements.

To register for the show please visit

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