December 2018

Opening hours during the holiday season

Please note that our offices will be closed for the holiday season from December 24 to January 2nd, 2019 inclusively. Our operations will resume on January 3rd, 2019.

Any email sent to us during this period will only be processed upon our return, either on January 3rd, 2019.

Convectair team wishes you a joyful and cozy holiday season!


December 2017

December - Opening hours for the Holidays

Please note that our offices will be closed for the holiday season from December 25 to January 2nd, 2018 inclusively. Our operations will resume on January 3rd, 2018.

Any email sent to us during this period will only be processed upon our return, either on January 3rd, 2018.

Convectair team wishes you a beautiful and warm holiday season!



December - Opening hours for the Holidays

Please note that our offices will be closed for the holiday season from December 26 to January 2nd, 2017 inclusively. Our operations will resume on January 3rd, 2017.

Any email that will be sent to us during this period will only be processed upon our return, either on January 3rd, 2017.

Convectair team wishes you a very warm and happy holidays!


June - Convectair inaugurates its centre for expertise and training focusing on energy conservation, a 3-million dollar investment

Located in Sainte-Thérèse, the new facility, featuring cutting-edge technology, will greatly contribute to the development of energy sobriety.

Montreal, June 21st, 2016 – On June 15th, Convectair, a manufacturer and distributor of high- performance electric heaters installed in Québec, announced the opening of its unique Centre for expertise and training, focusing on the optimization and development of energy conservation technologies.

Convectair’s Centre for expertise and training acts as a liaison between the housing and heating industries. Located at Convectair’s headquarters in Sainte Thérèse, Québec, the Centre became a reality following Muller Group’s private investment of 3 million dollars.

According to Convectair’s President and CEO, Bernard Pitre, the Centre was created to develop and promote technologies and the best innovative practices to fulfill our commitments on climate change, particularly those relating to the Paris agreement of 2015, which established a global action plan to limit worldwide temperature increases to below 2°C.

"Convectair’s Centre for expertise and training’s objective is to create a research and development hub for the democratization of energy conservation best practices, both within the industry and among consumers," says Mr. Pitre. "The Centre will not only contribute to reinventing the way in which Quebecers heat their homes, through introducing technologies that are optimized to maximize energy efficiency, but we also hope that it will help create greater awareness about the changes we need to make as a society.''

The only Centre of its kind

The Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art testing and training areas that take into account the technical, climatic and cultural needs unique to Québec, such as:

•    The Vortex, a fluid mechanics chamber, which allows you to view, in real time, the movement of heat in a restricted area, in order to compare the effectiveness of heating appliances;

•    The KLIMAT-37.5oC, a bi-climatic chamber equipped with a sophisticated refrigeration system that enables you to simulate, up to – 37.5°C, the extreme temperatures of Northern Québec. This chamber enables standardized testing to scientifically establish efficiency measures for Québec’s climatic context;

•    A multi-purpose laboratory for testing equipment and prototypes.

Training at the core of our concerns

Through partnerships with teachers at Dawson College and Collège Lionel-Groulx, the Centre will provide unique training and certification opportunities to current and future industry professionals, including architects, engineers and electricians. As early as Summer of 2016, over 500 building and construction specialists will receive training on how to best install energy efficient heating appliances, and on the overall importance of energy efficient facilities. Starting in September of 2016, the Centre will provide specialized training to engineers and architects, to enable them to meet their continuing education requirements.

The Centre’s design incorporates Muller Group’s best practices, as Convectair’s parent company, whose headquarters are in Paris, France. Muller Group has already established five centres of excellence on energy efficiency in France, which will be working in symbiosis and real time, through interactive communication systems, with the facilities in Sainte-Thérèse.

A close collaboration between Québec and France

Ms. Christine St-Pierre, Québec Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie, and Minister responsible for the Laurentians region, congratulated Convectair and Muller Group for investing in research on climate change in Québec.

"Thanks to Convectair’s investment in creating this innovative research Centre, the Laurentians region of Québec will become a centre of excellence in the fight against climate change," states Ms. St-Pierre. "In addition, by adopting Muller Group’s best practices, which have long promoted energy sobriety, Convectair’s Centre for expertise and training also demonstrates the benefits of a successful collaboration between Québec and France."

Convectair’s Centre for expertise and training was officially inaugurated at a ceremony held on Wednesday, June 15th, 2016, with over 100 guests, including several dignitaries.

At Convectair, the future is promising!


January - Best wishes !

At the beginning of this new year, the Convectair team wishes you the best for 2016!  Hope this year brings you happiness, success in all your projects and that all your dreams come true.



November - Gala des Émilie, 2015 : The event allows raising and outstanding amount of $725,000


Montreal, Wednesday October 21st, 2015 –

The “Gala des Emilie 2015” of the Hôpital Sacré-Coeur de Montréal Foundation, held under the co-chairmanship of honour of the president of Guillevin International, Robert J. Bouchard and the CEO of Convectair, allowed cumulating the impressive amount of $725,000.

Supported by all partners of the evening and the partners in title; Energy Valero and RBC Royal Bank partners, the co-chairmen, through their commitment, are supporting priority projects of the hospital, its specialities, ultra-specialities, research and education.

It is under the theme of “Sacrée-Soirée” which was inspired by the “Sacrée-Campagne”, that this major event for the Foundation was held. This social campaign helped presenting areas of excellence that make the Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal an important link in the Québec health network and an important asset for the Ahuntsic-Cartierville district, but also for the Laurentian, Laval, Lanaudière and Abitibi-Témiscamingue regions.

"Know that it is rewarding for us to join a prestigious institution and a “Sacrée-Équipe” as one of the “Sacré-Coeur”. Our employees, for many residents of the North Shore, use the services of the Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal when their health status requires more specialized care. Thank you for treating us with so much energy", said the CEO of Convectair in the early evening, a company located in Sainte-Thérèse, on the north shore.

"Guillevin International has been providing for several years a diligent contribution to the “Gala des Emilie” and at the annual foundation golf open. We are very honoured to join once more this large hospital affiliated with the University of Montreal for research and education", said the president of Guillevin International, Mr. Robert J. Bouchard.

A pulmonologist internationally recognized for his expertise in asthma in the workplace, Dr André Cartier and an occupational therapist at the pavilion Albert Prévost of the Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal, Mr. Pierre Fortier, received tributes during the evening for their outstanding career and their dedication to the establishment.

Since 1976, the Foundation actively supports the hospital in the objective of staying ahead in the following strategic areas: trauma (acute and critical care), cardiovascular health, respiratory health, mental health. It also supports these two leading sectors: tertiary orthopedics and minimally invasive bariatric surgery.

Picture legend check remittance:

We can see on this picture our master of ceremony, the comedian Jean l'Italien, the President of the Council of physicians, dentists and pharmacists, Dre Vicky Soulière, the co-chairman of honor of the evening, Mr. Bernard Pitre, the president of the organizing committee, Mr. Mario Deschamps, the other co-chairman of honor of the evening, Mr. Robert J. Bouchard, Deputy President-Director of the CIUSSS of North of the Montreal Island, Mr. Frédéric Abergel and President of the Board of Directors of the Foundation, Mr. Michel Bourgeois.


Mrs. Marie Grenon, Director of communications
Hôpital du Sacré-Cœur de Montréal Foundation
Phone: 514-338-2303 # 5
Email: [email protected]



November - A scholarship recipient retained for an applied PhD

Convectair is very proud to announce that Jérémie Léger is our 2015 recipient of the $3,500 Convectair Scholarship in Sustainable Development.

“As a growing company with a focus on long-term growth, it is paramount for us to attract, retain and encourage young talent in all fields” said Bernard Pitre, CEO of Convectair.  “It’s quite a sight to see these young brilliant minds at work” he later mentioned.

Following the great input of Jérémie’s previous work with Convectair right after his graduation from his master’s degree in 2015, Convectair has decided to accept his applied PhD proposal focused on thermal comfort of electrical heating systems. Jérémie will be working with Convectair for the next four years.

“We are very proud to have Jérémie with us for the next few years and wish him the best of luck” said Bernard Pitre. “I am very happy to work with Convectair and really look forward to the development of new technologies in the objective of increasing Canadian household comfort. I would also like to thank EFC for the creation of this forward-thinking program aimed at helping students” said Jérémie Léger at Convectair’s facilities.

 Jérémie Léger finished his master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at McGill University in 2015. Jérémie has since worked with Convectair on the development of several in-house projects which continually help Convectair to inline itself towards energy efficiency.

Pictured left is Jérémie Léger, Convectair’s scholarship recipient, next to Bernard Pitre, CEO of Convectair.



Convectair - winner of 1st Canada EFC marketing contest

April 2014

Convectair has won the first edition of the Electro Federation Canada marketing contest in the "Customer Event & Trade Show" category  for its designer program and especially for its successful private view event, held on April 23, 2014 at the art gallery "Galerie Blanche" in Montreal.

See pictures here:



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