Advances in VRF Technology Satisfy Cold Climate and Other Application Challenges

Energy ManagementAIA BOC BOMI

The technology allows for cost-effective year-round comfort that is otherwise unavailable in typical fixed-speed or staged heat pumps. H2i overcomes issues commonly associated with conventional heat pumps – such as decreases in low-side pressure, refrigerant mass flow rate and operational capacity. H2i is used in conjunction with Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning systems and is compatible with the control adapters. The result of coupling H2i’s exceptional heating performance with VRF’s benefits is impressive performance reliability, sole heat source functionality, energy efficiency, cost savings, space savings and low ambient cooling.

Course Tuition: Free

Learning Objectives:

  • Why so many engineers use VRF to earn LEED® points.
  • What happens when a facility must guarantee its occupants’ comfort.
  • Why VRF heating technology is here to stay.

From Our Partner

Kevin Miskweicz

Director, Commercial Marketing
Mitsubishi Cooling & Heating

Kevin leads the marketing strategies, programs and initiatives for the division’s commercial product line. He is a certified LEED® Green Associate. Most recently, Kevin was the product manager for condensing units and controls at Heatcraft Worldwide Refrigeration, Stone Mountain, Georgia, and previously held global marketing and product management roles in the Consumables division at NCR Corporation, Atlanta. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Dayton

Greg Hosselbarth

Regional Manager, Commercial
Mitsubishi Cooling & Heating

In Greg’s role, he works with architects, consulting engineers and building owners to educate, promote and apply VRF and split-zoning technology in commercial and residential applications. Hosselbarth is a certified energy manager as well as a LEED® accredited professional. He began his career in product development of combined heat and power systems. Hosselbarth earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Connecticut and is currently studying business at Boston University.