Design Considerations for Commercial VRF Systems

June 08, 2021

Designing a Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) System for your next project doesn’t have to be complicated. Register to learn how to break down VRF System design into a 4-step process, including system type, humidity control, ventilation, and system control. By asking yourself just a few simple questions you will learn how any commercial project can exceed comfort and sustainability goals regardless of the capacity, energy efficiency, functionality, or performance-monitoring requirements.

Key Learnings:

  • Considerations for choosing heat pump or heat recovery systems
  • Designing for humidity control utilizing various ventilation options - ERV or DOAS
  • Indoor Air Quality and how it can be addressed in VRF systems
  • Selecting integrated or individual level controls for your design

ASHRAE Design Considerations for Commercial VRF Systems

Meet the Speakers

Sai Zamingir
VRF Systems Specialist
Trane Commercial North America

Sai is responsible for selection and design assistance for all VRF equipment sales in his local market. He began his career in 2016 and quickly became an expert in VRF system design for high-performance commercial buildings.

Sai is also involved as the co-chair of his local Intergenerational Employee Resource Group at Trane Technologies, which focuses on providing an environment where employees from all generations can provide insight and alternative perspectives.

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