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Exhibitor space going fast for CIPHEX West 2014


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May 27, 2014

More than 70 per cent of the exhibit space is sold out for CIPHEX West 2014, Western Canada’s trade show and conference for plumbing, hydronics, HVAC/R, piping and water treatment. The trade show will take place November 5-6, 2014 in the BMO Centre, Stampede Park, Calgary, AB. More than 200 exhibitors are expected to participate in the trade show.

In addition to the exhibits, the 2014 show will feature a Hydronics Conference where HPAC columnists Robert Bean and John Siegenthaler, along with Dan Holohan are confirmed speakers. Sessions will provide the technical information contractors, wholesalers and engineers need to specify, install and maintain hydronic systems, give expert insights into future trends in modern hot water heating and practical solutions to increase hydronic sales.

With a focus on what is new in 2014 and what the industry can expect to see in the future, CIPHEX West will also feature seminars  on new plumbing codes and standards, trends in plumbing and HVAC/R, and emerging technologies.

Other features at CIPHEX West will include a special section of the exhibit hall for hydronic heating systems. This year CIPHEX West will co-locate with Buildex Calgary. Buildex attracts professionals involved in design, build or management of buildings. The two exhibit halls will be connected so that visitors from Buildex Calgary can also attend CIPHEX West at no extra cost.

CIPHEX West is produced by the Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating, with support from the Canadian Water Quality Association, the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada, the Canadian Hydronics Council, the American Society of Plumbing Engineers, the Thermal Environmental Comfort Association and the Canadian Association of Pump Manufacturers.

Twitter: @CIPHEXwest





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