Canadian Electrical Industry News Week

 

MCEE 2015 WinnersWinners of the MCEE 2015 New Product Competition were announced at the April event in Place Bonaventure, Montreal.

With a focus on energy efficiency and innovation, more than 120 innovative products were part of the 2015 competition. 

Winners were selected by a panel of industry experts:

- Laurier Nichols, engineer, representing the l’Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec;

- Daniel Marchand, engineer, representing the American Society of Plumbing Engineers;

- Simon Khaled, engineer, representing ASHRAE;

-  Imed Laouini, engineer, representing the Corporation of master electricians of Québec (CMEQ);

-  Pierre Lamarche, engineer, representing the Corporation of master electricians of Québec (CMEQ); and

-  Patrice Lévesque, engineer, representing the Corporation des entreprises de traitement de l'air et du froid (CETAF).

Congratulations to the following winners:

Product of the Year

FLIR Systems

FLIR C2 (Thermal Imaging System)

Heating and/or cooling hydronic applicances

Co-Winners

Swegon

Parasol Adapt (Climate Beams)

AND

Aermec 

Refroidisseur modulaire NYB F (Modular Chiller)

Heating and/or cooling forced air appliances

Co-Winners

Neptronic

Serpentins électriques avec contrôleur intelligent intégré (Electric Coil)

AND

Biddle Air System

Noz Gas (Gas Air Heater)

Plumbing fixtures and faucets

Delta Faucet Co.

Delta Temp20 Showers (Handshower)

Domestic water heaters

A.O. Smith

Cyclone Mxi (Condensing Water Heater)

Combo (hot water and space heating)

Viessmann Manufacturing Company Inc.

Vitodens 222-F, B2TB (Solar Water Heater)

Hydronic heating components

Belimo Aircontrols

Vanne de contôle à 6 voies modulantes (Control Valve)

Air duct, fittings and accessories

Top Supports

TOP08-22 (Support System)

Software, controls and accessories

Co-Winners

Prolon

ProLon série 2000 (HVAC Regulation System)

AND

Régulvar inc.

Intercom tactile multifonction (Multi-function Touch Screen Intercom) Tools

FLIR Systems 

FLIR C2 (Thermal Imaging System)

Exterior lighting products

RAB Design Lighting Inc.

DVAKS Led (Exterior Fixture)

Interior lighting products

Axis Lighting c/o LumiGroup 

Slim with 2xSurroundLite (Bi-directional Lighting)

Industrial application electrical products

Thomas & Betts

Système de chemin de câbles T&B Raccord Helix (Cable Tray System)

Residential or commercial applications electrical products

Convectair 

Opéra 12 & Opéra 17 (Electric Convector)

Refrigeration

Daiken AC 

Daiken VRV-IV (Heat Recovery Chiller Unit)

Piping, fittings and accessories

IPEX Inc.

Drain-Guard DWV (Double-wall Pipe)

www.mcee.ca

 

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