CALGARY, Alberta - CIPHEX West, a trade show and conference that draws more plumbing, hydronics, HVACR, and water treatment contractors and wholesalers than any other event in western Canada, is set to take place Nov. 3-4 at Stampede Park in Calgary, Alberta. More than 2,500 industry delegates are expected to attend CIPHEX West 2010 at the BMO Center.
The trade show is open to industry members by free pre-registration at www.ciphexwest.ca prior to Nov. 1. Visitors may register on-site for $25. Once again, CIPHEX West will be co-located with the Buildex Calgary show. Visitors to this event will automatically receive free admission to CIPHEX West, expanding the audience to architects, builders, developers, engineers, interior designers, facility managers, property managers and building owners - decision-makers representing millions of dollars in purchasing power.
Visitors will also be treated to a presentation by Richard Trethewey, from television’s This Old House. He has joined the extensive speaker lineup and will give a presentation titled “Lessons in a Lifetime of Heating and Cooling.”
For manufacturers, the more than 27,000-square-foot exhibit floor provides a premier promotional opportunity in western Canada. The event attracts those involved in the sale of plumbing, heating, hydronic (hot water) heating, solar heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, electrical equipment, fire prevention, natural gas equipment, water treatment systems, tools, and kitchen and bath fixtures.
Many products are being launched in the Gallery of New Products and Tour of Eco Friendly Products at CIPHEX West. In the Gallery of New Products, visitors will see the latest plumbing and heating products on the market, with several being shown for the first time and launched at the show. Then visitors can check out all that’s new in energy and water efficient products in the Eco-Friendly Tour in selected exhibitor’s booths.
For more information on CIPHEX West, visit www.ciphexwest.ca.
CIPHEX West Trade Show Set for November in Calgary
October 11, 2010