Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) is a technology where an outdoor heat pump creates conditioned refrigerant and delivers that refrigerant through small tubing and piping directly to indoor units to heat and cool spaces. In traditional HVAC, an outdoor air handler creates volumes of conditioned air blowing through large ductwork to indoor VAV boxes to heat and cool spaces.
Both systems sound similar. So why is VRF embraced globally, making up 80% – 90% of all HVAC systems?
At this webinar, we’ll explore in more detail what VRF is, why VRF is a growing technology in the United States, and its benefits.
Key takeaways from this program:
- Better understanding of the kinds of VRF Systems.
- Better understanding of VRF performances.
- Better understanding why VRF has a growing acceptance in the United States
About the Speaker:
Nick Willing, PE, is Commercial Area Sales Manager for Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US (aka: METUS).
At METUS, Nick is responsible for Brand Awareness, Education and Support of Distributors, Contractors and End-Users throughout Minnesota and the Dakotas. Specific to today’s topic, Nick has over 20 years of experience in HVAC, controls, and energy solutions.
Nick is a Chemical Engineer (PE), MBA, PMP and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. Mitsubishi Electric is a Gold Sponsor of MnSPE. Nick is Chair of MNSPE’s Professional Development Committee.