In 2021, sustainability remains at the forefront of commercial buildings, which produce nearly 40% of annual CO2 emissions. The HVAC industry has been focused on designing new innovations and technology addressing energy efficiency and sustainability. On this episode of Inside The Blueprint, we take an inside look at a company on the leading edge of innovation.
Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US is introducing into the US market its next advancement in VRF technology. Hybrid Variable Refrigerant Flow (HVRF) offers simultaneous heating and cooling with full heat recovery. It is ideal for new builds or retrofit applications needing quiet, energy-efficient zoned comfort.
Designed for energy efficiency and sustainability, HVRF replaces refrigerant with water for circulating heat and air inside the building. Using water inside the building has the advantage of easier installation in a small space by eliminating unnecessary ductwork.
Using refrigerants with a lower global warming potential is another innovation advancing the HVRF solution. Using 40% less refrigerant in the system reduces the carbon footprint and impact on the environment.
Stay tuned as we learn how and why Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US is leading the industry with new innovation and technology. There is nothing else like it in the industry today.