The Vapormatic Co. Ltd

Founded in 1949, the Vapormatic Company has grown into a global company marketing one of the largest ranges of replacement tractor parts and accessories in the world and distributing products to a growing customer base in over 90 countries. Vapormatic has its head office based in the UK, with regional subsidiaries in France, Spain, Ireland, Germany, Mexico and New Zealand, all offering a comprehensive range of over 20,000 quality parts and accessories for all makes of tractor.

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Kestrel Way, Sowton Industrial Estate, , Exeter , EX2 7LA United Kingdom

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Customer focused, Vapormatic is committed to delivering its company values of Quality, Availability, Service and Value.

Commitment to quality
Vapormatic sources the very best quality components and offers a 12 month parts and labour warranty on all products sold (terms and conditions, some exclusions apply). More information on our quality commitment can be found here.

Commitment to availability
Vapormatic holds a large volume of stock in warehouses around the globe. Many items in stock are available on a next day delivery basis and can be ordered around the clock via the website.

Commitment to service
Technical support, regional sales teams and a first class website give customers the ultimate in support, wherever they are, whenever they need it.

Commitment to Value
A quality product, great availability and industry leading service all combine to create excellent value for the customer. But for that little bit extra, a dedicated pricing department ensures all products are competitively priced.

The Vapormatic Company was founded in Budleigh Salterton, East Devon, in 1949 by Arthur E. Lea, a former sales executive with Shell Petroleum, and Ron Foster, an Engineer who had designed and developed a device to convert petrol engines used on agricultural tractors to run on tractor vaporising oil.

The 'Vapormatic' conversion kit played a part in the search for cheaper agricultural production in the times of rationing just after the Second World War. A number of different manifold conversion kits were manufactured by the company for petrol engines used in agriculture at the time. Vapormatic manifolds are still to be found in use today. The model fitted to the Ferguson TE20 tractor petrol engines was the most popular and well known product.