With just under three weeks to go until the doors open on SPATEX 2020, the organisers are enticing you to re-energise your continuous professional development by attending the UK’s only dedicated water leisure show. The event will run at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena from Tuesday January 28th to Thursday January 30th.
Top of the agenda is saving energy and money. This 24th edition aims to lead the way in showing how we can aim for a more energy efficient, environmentally friendly future. From inverter heat pumps and variable speed water circulation pumps to environmentally friendly spa filter cleaners, an above-ground pool made from recycled plastic bottles and insulating pool covers, SPATEX 2020 is the UK’s showcase of today’s latest international innovations supporting a low energy, low carbon footprint. Take advantage of special show discounts and offers.
ISPE is staging 22 different sessions throughout the three days of the Show, of which 16 are new titles and six are promoting Green issues.
ISPE will also be showcasing practical expertise with a Leak Detection masterclass on Tuesday 28th January and a Pump Strip-down masterclass on Wednesday 29th January.
The Green theme extends to the SPATEX networking party on the Wednesday evening in the Ricoh Arena’s Clubhouse Bar. It starts straight after the exhibition closes at 5pm and all exhibitors and visitors are warmly invited. For more details and to book your place, contact Jan at the BSPF offices: E: email@example.com T: 01264 356210/1.
The Ericsson Exhibition Hall, Ricoh Arena, Coventry CV6 6GE is just 500 yards off the M6 and offers 2,000 free car parking spaces. Registration is free and open at www.spatex.co.uk
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