Aquatherm Announces New Distributor in Atlantic Canada

Northeast Equipment Ltd, which has locations in Dartmouth and Halifax Nova Scotia as well as in St. John, New Brunswick, became an Aquatherm distributor in October 2012. Northeast Equipment Limited was eImagestablished in 1962 to serve the Maritime Provinces, thus celebrating 50 years in business. Northeast Equipment strives to provide customers with excellent products at reasonable prices with premium customer service throughout the Atlantic provinces. They now have the three locations to better serve their customers.

The philosophy of Northeast Equipment is customer centered. Regardless of the area in which they work, they feel that their efforts must ultimately be focused on the customer. Within this model of customer service, each of their employees has specific duties and responsibilities that contribute to the overall satisfaction of their customers and the performance of Northeast Equipment.

Aquatherm has been a great addition to our existing product line,” says Bruce Kennedy, General Manager of Northeast Equipment. “Although Northeast Equipment Ltd is a full-line plumbing & heating wholesaler, we have always been known as the plastic piping specialists in Atlantic Canada. We have been involved in the industrial plastic piping business since 1962. The first time I saw the Aquatherm product about 5 years ago, I knew that this is a product we should be selling. It opens some new markets to us particularly where some other industrial plastic products have limitations such as compressed air, food processing, etc.”

Don’t Miss Aquatherm’s Booth at These Upcoming Industry Trade Shows!

Aquatherm Piping Systems will be attending a number of industry trade shows this fall. Take a look at the schedule below for show dates, locations and information. If you plan to attend any of these upcoming shows, be sure to stop by the Aquatherm booth!

The 2012 ASPE (American Society of Plumbing Engineers) Convention and Exposition
This show will take place in Charlotte, NC October 27-31 at the Charlotte Convention Center. ASPE’s Convention and Exposition is a unique industry event designed to showcase innovations in plumbing system design. Aquatherm will be exhibiting at booth #1939 and you can view the booth location on this interactive exhibitor list and floor plan.

The Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating’s 2012 CIPHEX West Exposition

This show will take place November 7 and 8 at the Vancouver Convention Centre in Vancouver, BC, Canada. With more than 250 exhibitors, this is western Canada’s largest expo for plumbing, hydronics, HVACR and water Treatment. Aquatherm will be exhibiting at booth #331 and you can take a virtual tour of the expo hall by clicking here.

The 2012 GreenBuild International Conference and Expo

This international conference and expo will take place November 14-16 in San Francisco at the Moscone Center. Greenbuild is the world’s largest conference and expo dedicated to green building. The expo showcases the latest in innovative and sustainable products and services to attendees from around the world. Aquatherm will be exhibiting at booth #4447N. Click here to view the Greenbuild 2012 exhibitor floor map.

Aquatherm at Greenbuild

Toronto, Canada.  The city’s official website says it’s the cultural, entertainment and financial capital of Canada.  It’s home to more than 2.7 million people and, this year, it was also home to the U.S. Green Building Council’s Greenbuild Expo – the world’s largest expo devoted to green building.

Aquatherm at Greenbuild

Aquatherm was one of the many exhibitors showcasing the latest in innovative products and services at Greenbuild 2011, which was held October 4 through 6.  Some great connections with Tornoto locals and visitors from across the U.S. and Canada were made.  And many of these conference-goers were less focused on Aquatherm’s green aspect and more on the performance benefits.

Director of Public Relations Barry Campbell, who attended the expo, noted that “there wasn’t as many people at the show as previous ones, but we had some phenomenal conversations with architects who were really big hitters.”

Which one would you rather use?

Aquatherm’s polypropylene-random (PP-R) large-scale piping was recently featured in a Greenbuild products slideshow on ED+C Magazine’s website (click here to view).

The water flowing into the funnel on the left is running through Aquatherm and the right is running through steel. The water and the pumps are the exact same, so draw your own conclusions about which you’d rather use.

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