DAB Pumps is celebrating the launch of its new Evosta 3 smart circulating pump and calling on gas engineers to ‘join the pump revolution’ for the chance to win £3,000 in holiday vouchers or a revolutionary t-shirt.
Country director Adam Ferneyhough says: “The new Evosta 3 is the most compact and energy efficient pump DAB has ever produced [and] we’re excited at the benefits it offers to plumbing and heating engineers. We are confident this smart circulating pump will undoubtedly revolutionise the replacement market.
“Giving installers the opportunity to win £3,000 in holiday vouchers, as well as some fantastic runner-up prizes, is the perfect way to celebrate the product launch and encourage installers to enlist with DAB as part of the Pump Revolution.”
Evosta 3 smart circulating pumps offer outstanding energy performance, says DAB, and its smart inverter brings the Energy Efficiency Index (EEI) to an impressively low ≤ 0.19. The pumps come with a 5-year warranty as standard.
Budding revolutionaries have until 30 November 2019 to enter, and the winners will be announced in December.
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