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Testo wins prestigious 'Ancillary Product of the Year' at the HVR Awards 10th-anniversary event!

 

In the prestigious setting of London's Tower Hotel, the HVR Awards crowned another batch of leading companies and professionals as champions in front of an esteemed audience of key industry figures. Celebrating its landmark 10th anniversary, the 2019 event continued the scheme's long-standing tradition of holding the heating and ventilation sector to a standard of excellence. 

In its 10th consecutive year, the ceremony proved why it is a key date in the industry calendar, as attendees had the chance to network during the lavish champagne reception, before sitting down with peers to enjoy a sumptuous three-course meal. 

The task of unveiling this year's winners fell to television and radio regular, best-selling author and comedian Ian Moore and household favourite 'The Voice of the Balls', Alan Dedicoat, who teamed up to give guests a lot to laugh about as they invited the evening's winners to the stage. 

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Among the winners was Testo, who collected the trophy for Ancillary Product of the Year for its testo 300 Flue Gas Analyser. The product was deemed to be worthy winner of the accolade after being selected by the panel of expert judges who commented: 

"The testo 300 flue gas analyser allows boiler engineers to work in a smarter way with a number of key innovations that will greatly help the engineer in the field. This useful and handy tool can be widely used across the industry every day."

Following the success of the event, journal manager of HVR magazine, Sharon Holloway commented: "The year's winners are great advocates for our industry. I would like to thank everyone who entered and voted, our judges, those who attended and the sponsors of the event - without your support, occasions like this wouldn't be possible."