The Carbon Clean engine decarbonising system has concluded 2017’s successful run of Mechanex shows with a new product launch for its affordable ‘DCS-16’ DPF cleaning system. The new system was introduced amongst a wealth of industry-renowned suppliers in attendance at the Sandown Park event.
To celebrate its centenary, Trico will be giving away a box of Trico beer Brand 17 to the first 10 people to visit its stand on each day and sign up to its mailing list, during Mechanex Sandown. In addition, every other visitor who signs up over the course of the two-day event will go into a prize draw, with the chance to win one of the extra boxes on offer.
The informative Original Equipment Suppliers Aftermarket Association (OESAA) stand at this year’s Mechanex Sandown show proved a real talking point amongst attendees, providing an opportunity to examine ‘like for like’ parts for themselves. The busy stand, staffed by representatives from a wide range of OESAA member companies, featured comparable components from OE and non-OE suppliers to highlight the dramatic differences in quality that can exist between the two, as well as the detrimental impact that fitting sub-standard parts can potentially have on a garage’s reputation.
Multi-award winning engine decontamination specialist, EDT Automotive has enjoyed a “hugely successful” first ever Mechanex show, arranging several product demonstrations with independent garage owners in attendance at the event.
GSF Car Parts have announced details of a new prize draw, open to all garage visitors to their stand at the upcoming Mechanex trade show. The two day garage event, which takes place on 10 and 11 November at Surrey’s Sandown Park, will see the company promoting the latest from its Garage Essentials workshop equipment range. Vetech’s range of parts and consumables will also be prominent, including the patented non-flammable DPF cleaner which has been flying off the shelves, following its summer launch.