It's hard to believe the Process Heating & Cooling Show is now just over 2 months away. We can't wait to gather in-person for this first-time event on June 15-16 in Rosemont, IL. Thank you for choosing to be a part of this event designed to inform and inspire everyone involved with industrial process heating and cooling systems.

Please review this exhibitor bulletin, and those that follow, for important details and information as you prepare for your booth at the event.


Booth Cleaning
During booth set-up, and during the show days, your booth is going to get trashed (no pun intended). Our general service contractor, Rosemont Exposition Services (RES) offers booth cleaning services, i.e., vacuuming and porter service (removal of trash from booths during the show), and they do a great job.

Note - if you choose to rent booth carpeting from RES, it includes vacuuming prior to opening on the first day of the show. More details can be found on pages 32 and 54 of the Exhibitor Service Manual. If you are going to want booth cleaning services, we would highly recommend that you place your order in advance, as opposed to waiting until ordering at show site which could add waiting time.

For those of you who are either Do-it-Yourselfers and/or those on a tight budget, here's a thought. Bring your own vacuum and or cleaning supplies (wipes, paper towels, etc). There are no rules that say you can't vacuum/clean your own booth, and if you're already shipping your booth in crates or boxes…just pack cleaning supplies along with your booth materials.

Contact Information
General Services Contractor (freight, carpet, furniture, carpet, utilities)
Dave Houston Rosemont Exposition Services, Inc. (RES)
Exhibitor/Sponsor Support
Ceci Quispe Event Coordinator
Operations & On-Site Logistics
Dana Marsoupian Sr. Events Manager
Katie Hannan
Event Marketing Specialist

What Exhibitors Can Do Without Unions at the Process Heating & Cooling Show
The Donald E. Stephens Convention Center is a union facility which means that the convention center has signed agreements with various skilled trade unions (Carpenters, Teamsters, Riggers, Electricians, etc.) to provide services at the convention center. For a description of what services these trade unions provide, please see page 61 in the Exhibitor Service Manual.

What you may not be aware of is that recent work-rules modifications now enable exhibitors to perform several set-up/dismantle tasks, which in the past were under union jurisdiction. These are itemized below, and if desired, may be completed by full-time employees of the exhibiting company. Exhibitors may set up and dismantle their own booth displays, as well as the various tasks outlined below, provided the work is being done by full-time employees of the exhibiting company. No outside workers are permitted to provide set-up and dismantle services unless they are members of a Chicagoland Carpenter Union Local with valid trade show jurisdictions.

  1. Exhibitors may set up and dismantle their own booth displays, as well as the various tasks outlined below, provided the work is being done by full time employees of the exhibiting company. No outside workers are permitted to provide set-up and dismantle services unless they are members of a Chicagoland Carpenter Union Local with valid trade show jurisdictions.
  2. Exhibitors may use hand tools and power tools to perform work within their booths.
  3. Exhibitors may affix clamp-on lights to the top of their booth displays.
  4. Exhibitors may calibrate and do repair work on internal circuit boards, and do interconnecting of peripheral computer equipment.
  5. Exhibitors may do the connection of lighting, video equipment and light bulbs to an electrical outlet when the outlet has been ordered by the exhibitor.
  6. Exhibitors may hang pictures, graphics, logos, etc. onto a backwall display when such items are designed to be affixed by pre-set velcro strips, permanently mounted hooks, or snaps.
  7. Exhibitors may hand carry small packages, pop-up displays and desktop computer equipment provided it can be done without the use of a fork-lift, flat cart or dolly, only from a designated parking area.
  8. Exhibitors may inflate balloons.
  9. Video taping may be done by exhibitors within the confines of their own booths using equipment owned or rented by the exhibiting company, provided such taping does not conflict with show management regulations, and does not require tools or ladders.
  10. Exhibitors may un-pack, re-pack and set out their own product line within the booth for display purposes.
Show Hours
Monday, June 13
Tuesday, June 14
June 15
Thursday, June 16
Friday, June 17

Pre-Show Email to Registrants

As an exhibitor your company receives a listing in the Process Heating & Cooling Show on-site Show Program. A standard directory listing includes company name, address, phone number, website, booth # and 100 word company profile.

The deadline to submit information to appear in the Show Program is April 29, 2022. All exhibitors have been sent an email with a custom link and specific instructions on how to create your company listing. If you have already submitted your directory information it can be viewed by selecting your company name or assigned booth on the floor plan page of the Process Heating & Cooling Show website.If you need to make updates, have any questions or need your custom editing link resent to you, please contact Ceci Quispe at


As an exhibitor, you have the opportunity to send one email directly to event registrants that "opted-in" to receive third-party communications. Emails can be scheduled to deploy from April 15 – June 14, 2022 with deployment dates made available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please select the button below for more details and to get started.

Avoid list rental scams. The Process Heating & Cooling Show does not sell registrant lists. Learn more.


How are you capturing and following up with all of the leads collected at your booth?

Maximize your ROI by using ATS Lead Retrieval services.

Badges at events act as a form of identification and most importantly, electronic business cards. In an effort to streamline exhibitor lead capture QR barcodes fully encoded with attendee contact info as well as important demographic data will be included on name badges allowing the exhibitors to easily qualify and follow up.

View details of all lead retrieval options and place your order directly through American Tradeshow Services (ATS) by deadline Friday, May 20, 2022 for the best rates.

To order online click HERE or visit and enter username "PHCS2022" and password "0520". For questions please contact ATS directly at 985-240-5507 or email

It's not too late to secure one of these opportunities to help gain exposure and drive traffic to your booth!
Tote Bag Insert
15 Available
Show Program Ad
1/2 Page = $650
Full page = $950
Door Clings
10 Available
Learning Theater Presentation
3 Available
Don't wait to make your selection. Sponsorships are selling fast and all opportunities are available on a first-come, first served basis. Contact your sales manager today to secure your sponsorship!

We'd like to give a special thanks to those serving on this year's expo committee. Their support and guidance in planning this new event has been vital.

  • Andrew Eklind, Miura America Co., Ltd.
  • John Flynn, Astec
  • Gabriella Giammarco, Paratherm
  • Tim Howlett, Omega Engineering

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