HVACR professionals focused on technology at 2012 AHR Expo Mexico

The Xylem team traveled to Monterrey, Mexico for the 2012 AHR Expo Mexico to introduce HVACR professionals from around the region to many of their products and system solutions. The improving economic outlook and new technology attracted more than 10,000 attendees into the exhibits to see all the latest products and innovations on display during the 10th Anniversary of AHR Expo Mexico, Latin America’s largest HVACR event.

With Latin America focused on modernization and implementation of technology for commercial and residential building projects, many consider this to be the show to go to. It’s full of innovation, green building and technology trends in the HVACR and buildings market. Some even call it the biggest product playground in Mexico for the HVACR industry.

“As the demand for energy-efficient HVACR systems continue to grow in Latin America, being at events like this is important. We had great interaction with attendees as they were introduced to our pumps, balance valves, and software. I see a bright future ahead,” said Jorge Alvarado, managing director Latin America.

The 2012 show hosted more than 300 exhibitors from around the globe with attendees walking the floor seeing what’s new. The focus in the Xylem booth was on complete solutions for modern engineers, contractors and other HVACR professionals looking for the most efficient hydronic and plumbing systems.  Whether it’s water transport, heat transfer, system balancing, potable water, pressure boosting or wastewater, the products on display demonstrated Xylem’s applications and systems expertise within the HVACR industry.

On display at AHR Expo Mexico were the following Bell & Gossett products:

With the prospects for Latin America’s HVACR sector showing positive signs, shows like AHR Expo Mexico provide unique opportunities to meet customers and potential buyers eager to discuss products, services and solutions. If you did not attend, we hope to see you at the 2013 AHR Expo in Dallas, January 28-30, 2103.

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