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Seminar lineup released for MCEE 2015

January 16, 2015 | By HPAC Magazine

Organizers of Mécanex/Climatex/Expolectriq/Éclairage (MCEE) 2015 have released details of the 26 seminars to be featured on April 22 and 23, 2015, at Place Bonaventure in Montreal, QC. Over 7000 visitors and more than 350 exhibitors are expected at the trade show and conference. Detailed descriptions of the seminars are available at www.mcee.ca. Seminars are presented in French, except where noted otherwise.

Sessions to be presented by the Corporation of Master Pipe Mechanics of Quebec (CMMTQ) and the Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating (CIPH) include: The Building Act and Quality Control Program; “Unleaded” and Drinking Water Networks; “Combo” Systems; Domestic Water and Pulsed Air Heating: Basic Principles; Domestic Water and Space Heating; “Total Station” and Building Mechanics; and Demystifying Petroleum Equipment Codes and CSA B139-2009 and NFC-2010 Code Changes.

The Corporation des entreprises en traitement de l’air et du froid (CETAF) seminar track includes: Refrigerants in the Near Future High Induction Diffusers; Chilled Beam: Technology to Increase Building Energy Efficiency (presented in English); Pitfalls to Avoid in Air Distribution Systems; Flexible Pipes: An Economic Alternative for Air Distribution; Aerothermal and Geothermal Energy: Two Energy-Efficiency Solutions; VRT and VRV technologies: an unbeatable team in effectiveness; Water Towers: Free Cooling and Winter Operations; and Automation/Controls: BACnet Integration and Multi-Protocols in 2015.

In addition, there will be an ASHRAE webcast titled New Tomorrows for Today’s Buildings: Existing Building Commissioning, which will be presented in English.

Admission to the trade show and all seminars is free for visitors who register before April 21. After that, on-site registration is $20. MCEE is produced by CETAF, CIPH, CMMTQ and the Corporation of Master Electricians of Quebec (CMEQ), with support from EFC Quebec and IES Montreal.



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