Venmar CES–University of Saskatchewan Research Partnership

Nov 30 2012

Saskatoon, SK (November 30, 2012) – A long standing partnership between Venmar CES and the University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering is resulting in a new heat exchanger technology that promises to cut building heating and cooling costs by up to 80 percent. A prototype of the heat exchanger was on display at a collaborative media event with the University of Saskatchewan and Venmar CES in November as part of ‘Open Doors – Open Knowledge’, a series of events promoted by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) at a number of universities across Canada.

For more information on the technology and to view coverage of the media event, visit Global Saskatoon’s website.

Learn more about the collaborative research efforts of Venmar CES and the University of Saskatchewan.

About Venmar CES

Since 1952, Venmar CES has been committed to the philosophy of designing products that are engineered for reliability and long life. As North America’s leading manufacturer of ventilation products, we offer our customers a wide range of high quality HVAC solutions. From cost-effective commercial ventilation to custom-designed Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems (DOAS), we provide our customers with the most efficient heating, ventilating, and cooling packages. Learn more about Venmar CES at www.venmarces.com.