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Market leader in piping system

S-lon Lanka, the pioneers of potable water piping system and the market leader of S-lon Pipes and Fittings won the special award for stalls for the third consecutive year at the Construct 2012 Exhibition held at the BMICH recently.

Ceylontoday, 2012-10-26 01:43:00
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Market leader in piping system

S-lon Lanka, the pioneers of potable water piping system and the market leader of S-lon Pipes and Fittings won the special award for stalls for the third consecutive year at the Construct 2012 Exhibition held at the BMICH recently.

The House of S-Lon stall constructed in the shape of the new coloured rainwater gutter was adjudged the most innovative stall this year amongst more than hundred exhibitor stalls. A consistent participant at the Construct Exhibition, S-lon Lanka won the ‘most informative stall award in 2011 and the award for the most committed stall in 2010.

The S-lon stall was the cynosure of all visitors to the exhibition from different walks of life.The stall displayed the full range of S-lon piping systems and products for a host of applications that range from potable cold water, Hot water, ground water, sewerage, drainage, waste water and irrigation, to rainwater disposal systems, electrical and telecom conduits and domestic electric water pumps.

Also on display was a range of Kevilton Electrical Products including electrical accessories such as switches, sockets, MCB’s as well as Energy Saving bulbs and S-lon PE plus water tanks, and a range of utility bins.

A large number of house builders, contractors, engineers, architects and students visited the House of Slon stall at the Exhibition and showed a keen interest on the products on display including the newly introduced S-lon water pumps. It also provided both information and advice by experts from S-lon on the products exhibited to many interested visitors to the stall.

Construct Exhibition is Sri Lanka’s largest and most prestigious construction industry related exhibition considered as the construction industry’s key trade fair in the South Asian Region. The main objective of this year’s exhibition was to showcase the achievements of the local construction industry and to develop the construction industry in
Sri Lanka by introducing world-class products, services and state-of-the-art technology.

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