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March 3, 2014

Canada's Largest Industry Trade Show - CMPX 2014

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CMPX 2014 is a "sold-out" show with more than 500 Exhibitors in 200,000 sq. ft. of booth space guaranteeing a "must-attend show" full of dazzling displays, exciting new products and the latest technologies. Over 15,000 show attendees are expected over the three-day show starting Wednesday, March 19th through to Friday, March 21st, 2014 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building.

Show highlights include:
 New Product Showcase – Check out latest and best new products
 Skills Centre – Showcase for technical skills and knowledge
 Learning Forum Seminars – Profit from new knowledge
 Emerging Technologies – Discuss the latest developments throughout the show

All the information and Registration is instantly available at: www.cmpxshow.com.

CMPX is presented by HRAI, the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada and CIPH, the Canadian Institute of Plumbing. CMPX is held every two years and this is a big show with a huge array of new products, emerging technologies and educational opportunities, as well as key people to meet with, face-to-face.

If you are an installer, technician, contractor, wholesaler, engineer, architect, building manager, renovator, specifier, government representative, manufacturers rep, journalist, teacher or student associated with the HVACR and plumbing industries...you should be at CMPX 2014!

Your Registration Badge gives you unlimited admission to all three days and access to the 21 Learning Forum Sessions too! Upgrade your skills. Pick up new ideas. Expand your business opportunities. CMPX 2014 has something for everyone.

Learning Forum Opportunities

Check out this sample from the list of 21 Learning Forum Sessions:

where HVAC controls are heading. Long gone are the days of mechanical "round" thermostats. Intelligent devices
and convergence of technologies are here to stay! Join Gerry Fitzsimmons (VSC Group Inc.) for Intelligent Controls Systems for Intelligent Contractors. See what is commercially available right now and imagine the possibilities.

HEAD PRESSURE CONTROL IN REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS - Walter Langille (National Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Canada Corp. – Keeprite Refrigeration) will provide technical information on why head pressure control is required and ways to control head pressure, specifically looking at the efficiency and energy ($ payback). Lab data on floating head pressure options and how system components play a role in energy efficiency, will also be presented. The newly published CSA F280 Heat Loss/Gain Standard will dramatically change the sizing calculation of heating and cooling systems in homes built after 1995. Join Gord Cooke (Building Knowledge Canada) to learn how to recalibrate your thinking on how to right size equipment and more importantly, learn how to apply the new rules to improve comfort and heat/cool effectiveness in new and existing homes.

TEN WAYS TO CONVERT PROSPECTS INTO CLIENTS - Do you want to increase sales? Do any of your staff need help to sharpen their sales skills? In his session, Suresh Parmachand (Stratovate Group) gives you "Ten Ways to Convert Prospects into Clients" with 10 techniques you can use right away to improve your results.

ONTARIO PLUMBING CODE CHANGES - Rainier Blundel (President of the Ontario Plumbing Inspectors Association)
will provide updates on pertinent changes to the plumbing code that will affect your business, compliance, and how you design water systems in Ontario at the session called "Ontario Plumbing Code Changes".

INTERESTED IN HYDRONICS? - Mike Miller (Uponor) will lead a panel discussion about changes to CSA B214 featuring hydronics experts Dave Hughes (Northern Alberta Institute of Technology) and Barry Cunningham (Triangle Supply) – and that’s just one of several hydronics sessions at the show!

New Products Showcase

Discover the latest innovations to boost sales and benefit your business in the New Products Showcase. It’s located in the main foyer as everyone enters the show and it is a gallery of great ideas...plus, even more new products are spread throughout the show – look for "New Product" special signage for fast identification.

Emerging Technologies are a major part of CMPX. Throughout the show you will find both educational sessions and hands-on opportunities to see and talk about the emerging technologies that are driving the mechanicals industry today!

Two optional full-morning Hydronics Workshops with John Siegenthaler, one Wednesday, March 19 and the second session on Thursday, March 20 are available at just $60 per person. This includes your Show Registration Badge, unlimited acess to the show, the John Siegenthaler Workshop and Continental Breakfast. Details are on the CMPX 2014 website a cmpxshow.com. "Siggy’s" workshops always deliver the in-depth technical information that hydronics professionals demand.

Don’t Miss The Skills Centre, Located At The West Side Of The Show Floor
Organized by the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI), the Skills Centre is an area
designed to showcase the skills and knowledge required to be a successful Heating Systems Technician.

Over three days of the show, secondary and post-secondary students along with industry professionals will compete for bragging rights and accolades in industry-specific competitions. These events also offer hundreds of students from across Ontario the opportunity not only to cheer on their classmates as they compete but also a chance for them to learn
more about the HVACR industry as they visit the various exhibitors on the trade show floor.

Room blocks of specially-priced hotel accommodations are available at near-by hotels, but call before March 1, 2014
as these hotels do sell-out! Make your own arrangements and ask for the CMPX 2014 show rate. Information is on the
CMPX website at: http://cmpxshow.com/hotels.cfm

One lucky visitor will win a 2014 GMC Savana 2500 with custom racking interior, compliments of CMPX. Each attendee
gets one Ballot as they enter the show. Just fill yours in and deposit it in the Draw Drum. Good luck!

Everyone will leave the CMPX 2014 show armed with new ideas and information that you can put to work right away.
It is an amazing value in training, industry knowledge and new product opportunities. Bring your whole team so everyone

Save $10 by registering before March 17, 2014! Visitor Registration: $10 in Advance, $20 at the Door. Registrations
are Transferable but have No Cash Value and are Non-refundable.
Register Now Online at www.cmpxshow.com for just $10 - $20 at the door...and there is FREE HAROURFRONT

Visit www.cmpxshow.com today!


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