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CIPHEX West organizers report successful show


November 23, 2012
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Nov. 23, 2012, Vancouver – CIPHEX West, Western Canada’s largest event
for plumbing, HVACR and water treatment, took place at the Vancouver
Convention Centre earlier this month.

Nov. 23, 2012, Vancouver – CIPHEX West, Western Canada’s largest event for plumbing, HVACR and water treatment, took place at the Vancouver Convention Centre earlier this month.

The two-day trade show, held in British Columbia for the first time
since 1995, attracted more than 3,200 industry delegates
including contractors, wholesalers, engineers, designers, builders,
developers, government and municipal representatives and more, according
to a press release. CIPHEX West featured displays from more than 250 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.
The gallery of new products showcased the best of the best and gave
industry members a chance to see them in person for the first time.

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“Manufacturers are making technologically smarter, more water conserving and energy efficient products,” said Ralph Suppa, president and general manager of the Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating in a press release. “These options provide simple and elegant solutions to efficiently maintain manage or enhance the comfort inside the building envelope. CIPHEX West gave manufacturers an opportunity to showcase those products.”

The show also expanded its geographical
reach: 29 per cent of attendees came from outside of the lower mainland
of B.C. or from other provinces and states.
In addition to the
exhibits, more than 375 visitors attended the free seminars and four
technical workshops led by an international line-up of industry experts.

The online show guide is still open. Click here to access it.


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