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SV Enterprises Open House And Product Launch

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SV Enterprises Open House And Product Launch

Time: October 23, 2014 from 5pm to 9pm
Location: SV Enterprises
Street: 4580 Road 140, Perth East, near Kinkora, Ontario.
City/Town: Sebringville, Ontario N0K 1X0
Website or Map: http://www.sventerprises.ca
Phone: 519 275-1608
Event Type: open, house, and, product, launch
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: Oct 16, 2014

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Event Description

On October 23, 2014, SV Enterprises will be holding an open house and product launch.  Their heat exchangers, which earned them a Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence, will be front and center as a tool for hog producers to improve their bottom line.  Simply reclaim heat from exhaust air to save on propane and enhance the atmosphere in the barn. 

The event will be starting at 5:00  pm and running as long as people stay…. food and beverages will be served, with an emphasis on local products such as Ontario Pork Producers bacon burgers,  fresh apples, and other fall treats. 

 

“In my farming experience, working with, rather than against the situations is one of the keys to success.  I see the recapture of heat from the exhaust air in a pig barn as an opportunity just like that.  We now have the ingredients to make it a workable solution, and helping farmers to succeed will be one of the keys to our success” says Ron Van Bakel.

 

The products are wholly Canadian made and local.  Plastic sheet is now sourced from Ideal Polymers in Thorndale, Ontario, and stainless fasteners from Inteq Industrial in Exeter.  Over the years, the processes have been refined and improved and new products added to the stable to make SV a leader in ventilation of agricultural buildings. 

 

The open house is being held at 4580 Road 140, Perth East, near Kinkora, Ontario.  Media are invited to attend.

 

For further information please contact Ron Van Bakel:

SV Enterprises

4580 Road 140

R.R. #1 Sebringville, Ontario  N0K 1X0

 

Tel:  519.275.1608

Email:  Ron@sventerprises.ca

Website:  www.sventerprises.ca

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