Fuel Removal at MechanEX 2016

22 Sep 2016 | Exhibitions, Fuel Recovery, Fuel Safety

Autodrain will be rounding off the year with last two remaining UK exhibitions coming up for the ever popular MechanEx exhibitions this October and November.

MechanEx is the UK’s largest independent aftermarket tradeshow, that provides the market leader range of tools, equipment, diagnostic and technical information all under one roof.

AutoDrain will be exhibiting at both events with a range of equipment that will make fuel removal quick, easy and safe! We will have the full fuel scavenger family available on our stand, along with the industry must have AutoDrain fuel tools.   All our equipment is has been created to be cost effective, easy to operate and help maximise profits and enhance business growth.

If you have missed us at previous events through out the year… come along and see our equipment first hand and take advantage of our special show offers!

 

If you are interested in attending MechanEx please book your FREE ticket at

http://mechanex.info/register/

 

MechanEx Donington – 11th & 12th October 2016

AutoDrain STAND D2

 

MechanEx Sandown – 8th & 9th November 2016

AutoDrain STAND D31

 

We hope to see you there.

 

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