Councils

 

CIPH has founded a broad range of committees, allowing you to advocate for what you’re interested in.

 

 

Canadian Hydronics Council (CHC)

CIPH has been the voice of hydronic heating in Canada since 1933. Hydronics schools and clinics from coast to coast provide technical and sales expertise in hydronic heating. CHC is the leading Canadian source for technical and sales materials for hydronic heating. 

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Charity Committee

CIPH has been a proud partner of Habitat for Humanity Canada since 1994. Over that period, our members have raised funds, donated product and built homes in support of their mission to build affordable housing and promote home ownership as a means of breaking the cycle of poverty.

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Industrial Pipe, Valve & Fittings Council (IPVF)

The IPVF Council helps develop education and training for industry personnel, including contractors. It provides industry specific information to council members.

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Women's Network (CWN)

The purpose of the CIPH Women’s Network is to support the professional development of women within Canada’s plumbing and heating industry, and to enhance member companies’ opportunities to attract, develop and retain more high-performing female employees.

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Manufacturers' Agents Council (MAC)

CIPH’s Manufacturers’ Agents Council was formed in 1965 to address the needs of members who serve as Sales Representatives for CIPH Manufacturers and Master Distributors. 

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Plumbing & Mechanical Advisory Council (PMAC)

PMAC promotes uniformity in Canadian plumbing codes, regulations and standards. The council also serves as a technical advisory committee in the evaluation and development of plumbing codes and regulations, standards, certification and interpretation of plumbing codes to the Canadian Advisory Council on Plumbing. 

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Canadian Water Systems Council (CWSC)

The CWSC promotes the responsible growth and prosperity of the Manufacturers, their Sales Agents, Distributors and their customers in the Canadian Water Systems Industry.

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