CIPHEX Roadshow - Regina, Saskatchewan

Canada's travelling expo for plumbing, hydronics, HVACR, water treatment, tools & equipment

Date: Thursday, October 19 

Show Hours: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location: Queensbury Convention Centre at Evraz Place -  Banner Hall

Address: 1700 Elphinstone St., Regina, SK  S4P 2Z6




SEE
 
the newest products on the market
GET 
instant answers to your questions from technical experts
COMPARE 
products, systems and technologies
DISCOVER 
exciting new business tools
MAKE 
new connections
LEARN 
about Codes & Standards updates and new technologies 
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FREE Admission to the exhibits. 
FREE 
Buffet – Lots of great food.
FREE
Drink ticket
NEW PRODUCTS
- Many exhibitors will be featuring new products and technologies. WE HAVE A RECORD NUMBER OF NEW PRODUCTS THAT WILL BE DISPLAYED. CHECK OUT THE SNEAK PREVIEW AND THEN SEE THEM IN PERSON AT THE SHOW. 
PRIZES - Every visitor will receive a PASSPORT at the show. Complete your passport to win prizes.

INDUSTRY DINNER
- CIPH Saskatchewan Region will hold an Industry Dinner on October 18. Details .

SHOW GUIDE
- check out the list of exhibitors and their products

 

TWO GREAT SEMINARS
Early Bird Registration Fees are available now

Hydronic Heating Regulations in Saskatchewan: Codes and Inspections

Panelists:
  1. William Hawkins, Executive Director, Saskatchewan Building Standards and Licensing Branch
  2. Dan Kirkpatrick, Field Sales Representative, Uponor Ltd.
  3. Ron Schaan, A.Sc.T, Heating Lead, Emco Corporation
Moderator: Rob Waters, Technical Consultant, Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating (CIPH)
Time: 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Fee: $15 for registrations up to October 6. $25 for registrations received after October 6. Fee includes GST.

Taking Water Heating to New Heights in Net Zero Housing

Description: Energy usage varies from one household to another depending on the number of occupants, and the anticipated behaviour of the occupants. When designing custom homes, the builder and designer can factor in the behaviors of family members, making a net zero performance-based design more feasible. However, when we are talking about large scale net zero housing in a production setting, builders and designers need to make assumptions about occupant behaviour and design net zero based on typical and anticipated consumer trends. As the housing industry moves towards very energy efficient housing design (e.g. net zero), reducing the water heating load becomes very important. 

Speaker: Michael Lio,  P.Eng, ICD.D, President, buildABILITY
Time: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Fee: $15 for registrations up to October 6. $25 for registrations received after October 6. Fee includes GST.

 





 

CIPH Saskatchewan Region Industry Dinner - October 18 - Ramada Hotel
Speaker: Ian Loughran, VP-Projects and Business Development, First Nations Power Authority (FNPA)
Registration: Coming soon. Contact sk@ciph.com for details.