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New Ontario showroom spotlights hydronic heating and cooling technology

October 22, 2012 - Jaga Climate Systems is now offering its energy-efficient climate control products in what it's calling Ontario’s first and only hydronic technology showroom. Open to contractors, engineers, architects and anyone interested in heating and cooling systems, the training and display space, developed and designed by MITS AirConditioning and Mech Tech Mktg. is located in Mississauga.

October 22, 2012  By  Alyssa Dalton

“Our unique showroom gives visitors unprecedented access to the latest heating and cooling technology,” said Gery Pohler, hydronic specialist at MITS AirConditioning. “From Jaga’s Low-H20 technology to chillers and in-floor heating systems, we have approximately 30 thermostats in place controlling different hydronic solutions so that users can adjust valves and test units in live, working systems.”

The 600-sf. facility is also equipped to conduct a lunch-and-learn session or seminar. Participants can then go into the showroom to see how systems work in different combinations, including heating and cooling fan coils hooked up to chillers and condensing boilers.

“We are thrilled to be involved in a project like this,” said Chris Makarewicz, Eastern North American operations manager, Jaga Climate Systems. “The showroom gives visitors a tangible experience that enables them to engage with the systems and see how they actually work. Our fan coils not only ensure maximum efficiency of condensing boilers to heat a space, they can also work with chillers to cool rooms. This project helps bring the entire system dynamic to life.”

“Energy efficiency is a global concern and we are honored to have been part of a project that helps promote better energy efficiency in Ontario by advocating the use of advanced hydronic heating and cooling systems,” added Stephan Meindl, hydronic specialist, Mech Tech.


The showroom is located at 1608 Bonhill Road in Mississauga, Ont.

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