HPAC Magazine

Innovative products in the spotlight at CIPHEX West

November 5, 2016 | By HPAC Magazine


Murray Hasick, rep for Sunrise Tradex Corp. and Gree, with the ForestAir, a winner in the CIPHEX West New Product Competition.

Winners of the New Product Competition at CIPHEX West are: Sunrise Tradex Corporation, The Mini: Movable Split Air Conditioner, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration; Viessmann Manufacuring Company, Vitosol FM, Alternative Energy (Solar, Geothermal, etc.): tekmar Control Systems (A Watts Brand), WiFi Snow Melting Control 670, Controls and Instrumentation; NTI (NY Thermal Inc.), Combi Furnace (DHW/Forced Air), Heating and Ventilation; Smith’s Environmental (Hyline Sales), Silent Fin – Heating Edge 3 Perimeter Heating, Hydronic Heating; Canplas Industries Ltd., Adjustable Angle Bath Waste and Overflow, Kitchen and Bath; and Oatey Canada SCS Co., Clean Seal 2, Plumbing and Piping.

The competition featured 64 new products, all of which were on display at CIPHEX West held November 2 and 3. To be a finalist, each product must have demonstrated innovation in terms of utilization for function, while offering a variety of benefits to the industry members who sell, install or specify the products and, ultimately, to the end-user.

CIPHEX West featured exhibitors from more than 200 manufacturers of plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, geothermal heating, solar/hydronic combi-systems, fire protection, industrial pipe, valve and fittings, luxury bath and kitchen as well as water treatment products from Canada, the United States and overseas.

Look for more extensive coverage of the event in HPAC December 2016.

The next CIPHEX West show will take place November 7 and 8, 2018 in Calgary, AB.

About the show:

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




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