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A positive vibe at MCEE with more exhibitors and higher attendance


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May 12, 2017

The aisles were packed again for the 2017 edition of MCEE trade show and conference for the plumbing, hydronics, HVAC/R, electrical and lighting industries. The sold out trade show took place in Montreal on April 26 and 27.
At 6,286, overall attendance at the show was up three per cent from 2015. MCEE featured 393 exhibitors and 65,000 square feet of new products and technologies. Visitors packed the New Product Showcase to check out 120 innovative products.
Thirteen winners in the New Product Competition were selected by a
panel of industry experts:
VENTILATION (SUPPLY AND EXHAUST)
Swegon (Enertrak)
GOLD RX Air handling Unit
FORCED AIR HEATING AND/OR AIR CONDITIONING PRODUCTS
Mitsubishi Electric
Zuba-Multi Heat Pump
HEATING AND/OR AIR CONDITIONING HYDRONIC PRODUCTS
Viessmann Manufacturing Company inc.
Vitocrossal 300, CA3 Condensing Boiler
HEATING AND/OR AIR CONDITIONING HYDRONIC COMPONENTS
Calefactio
The ONE Expansion Tank
WATER HEATERS (DOMESTIC WATER, SPACE HEATING, AND COMBO)
Eemax inc.
AutoBooster Extra Water Heater
SANITARY FIXTURES AND FAUCETS
Moen
U by Moen Digital Shower ControllerGRAND PRIZE WINNER
PIPES, DEVICES, CISTERNS AND ACCESSORIES
Hilti Canada Corp.
Firestop Cable Disc CFS-D 1 in.TOOLS, HARDWARE AND PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Fluke Electronics Canada
Fluke 279 FC Thermal Multimeter

SOFTWARE, CONTROLS AND RELATED COMPONENTS
Taco (Canada) Ltd.
SmartPlug Instant Hot Water Control

INTERIOR LIGHTING PRODUCTS
Acuity Brands Lighting
Rubik Lighting System

EXTERIOR LIGHTING PRODUCTS
Cree Canada
RSW Series Streetlight

RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS
Legrand
Wiremold Outdoor Charging Station

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS
KOHLER
KD Diesel Generator Set
The jury was comprised of: Eric Fournier, engineer, representing ASPE; Simon Khaled, Engineer, representing ASHRAE; Imed Laouini, Engineer, representing CMEQ; Pierre Grenier, representing CETAF; and Mihaï Pecingin, representing IES.

The 23 seminars in the MCEE program set an overall record attendance with several sessions attracting more than 150 people.

“We are particularly happy to hear the great feedback about the quality of visitors”, stated Ralph Suppa, CIPH’s president and general manager. “Exhibitors were able to connect in person with decision-makers: contractors, engineers, building managers, wholesalers, government/municipal representatives and other key industry members who purchase or specify industry products. MCEE provides the platform for exhibitors to meet current customers, find new sales leads, increase their brand awareness and ultimately, increase their sales.”

“MCEE continues to be a premier Canadian showcase for the plumbing, hydronic, HVAC/R, electrical and lighting industries,” commented CMMTQ executive director André Bergeron. “The variety of products and technologies is an outstanding demonstration of the industries’ commitment to innovation. The trade show and seminars provide an unparalleled opportunity for industry members to see new products and technologies, get answers to their technical questions from industry experts and discover new business tools. It’s all designed to help our attendees become more knowledgeable, productive and ultimately, more profitable.”

The next edition of MCEE will take place April 24 and 25, 2019 in Montreal. Exhibit sales for MCEE 2019 will be launched in the spring of 2018.

MCEE is produced by the Corporation of Master Pipe Mechanics of Quebec (CMMTQ), the Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating (CIPH), Corporation of Master Electricians of Quebec (CMEQ), and the Corporation des entreprises en traitement de l’air et du froid (CETAF), with support from EFC Quebec and IES Montreal.


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