Siegenthaler to lead two sesssions at Canadian Hydronics Conference
April 21, 2016
The Canadian Hydronics Council has announced that the second Canadian Hydronics Conference will be held in conjunction with the CIPHEX West 2016 trade show, November 2 to November 3 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The conference features 11 hours of advanced hydronics training led by HPAC contributor John Siegenthaler of Appropriate Designs, Greg Cunniff of Taco Comfort Systems and David Hughes of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and the Canadian Hydronics Council.
“The Canadian Hydronics Conference is the ideal opportunity for all hydronics industry participants–contractors, wholesalers, engineers, builders and renovators–to learn from North America’s leading hydronics educators,” stated Canadian Hydronics Council chairman Mike Miller, who is with TACO Home Comfort. “The seminars and workshops, along with the CIPHEX West exhibits make this the must attend event for anyone in our industry.”
Siegenthaler will present Hydronic Systems Using Low-Ambient Air-To-Water Heat Pumps and Hydronics for High Efficiency/Low Emission Biomass Boilers. Systems Efficiencies and Comfort: Water (Hydronics) versus VAV and VRF will be tackled by Cunniff. Hughes will present Heat Up Your Hydronic Sales – Tips to Grow Your Business.
Attendees of the Canadian Hydronics Conference will also receive free admission to the trade show. CIPHEX West attendees will have the opportunity to attend BUILDEX Express on November 3, giving attendees the chance to see 100 extra exhibitors of products and technologies for building design, management and renovation.
Registration for the Canadian Hydronics Conference and Ciphex West will open June 15, 2016. The Canadian Hydronics Conference and CIPHEX West are produced by the Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating.