Seminar topics have been announced for the 24th edition of the Mechanical Electrical Electronic Technology (MEET). More than 400 exhibitors and 5,000 attendees are expected to gather at the Moncton Coliseum, Moncton, New Brunswick May 6-7.
Seminars will run on both days. Mechanical industry topics, in English, include Anti-Counterfeiting and Brand Protection by Andrew Pottier, lead, regulatory affairs, with Underwriters Laboratories of Canada. Robert Bean, president of Indoor Climate Consulting Inc., Calgary, will talk about What Should Drive the Sustainability Bus – Indoor Air Quality or Energy? Bill Hooper of Uponor will talk about Customed Mechanical Rooms to Optimize Efficiency and Profitability. Each speaker will present again May 7, but Bean will speak about Using Thermal Comfort Tools to Evaluate Discomfort Probabilities due to Enclosure Design and Choices in HVAC Systems.
“We’re looking forward to another great event for 2020!” said Shawn Murphy, show manager. “Booth space is nearly sold out, and we’ll be welcoming more than 400 manufacturing companies representing various mechanical and electrical industries.”
In addition to the seminars, the sixth biennial MEET Innovation Award competition will recognize innovative products.
The ever-popular industry dinner will return again this year on May 6, but things will be a little different. Instead of a sit-down dinner, there will be a more casual, upscale kitchen party. It will offer locally brewed Pump House beer, musical performances by East Coast Music Association members Colin Fowlie and Joannie Benoit, and a specially designed Atlantic Canada themed menu. Tickets are available to purchase at www.MEETshow.ca.
The MEET Show is run by Master Promotions in conjunction with the Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH), Electro-Federation Canada, Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), and Atlantic Canada Mechanical Exhibitors (ACME). For more information, please visit www.meetshow.ca.