Don’t Miss Our July Webinars!

The hot summer months can be a busy time of year for HVAC professionals, but that makes staying up-to-date on the latest industry trends and news all the more important. We’re proud to offer several webinars throughout July to help keep you up to speed on the industry buzz.

July 8 – Strategic Electrification: Satisfy the Demand with VRF Technology

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Don’t miss our July 8 webinar on the hot-button issue of decarbonization, presented by ASHRAE Journal from 2 – 3 p.m. EST. Speakers James DeBerry and Sam Beeson will discuss the need for decarbonization, the public and private initiatives helping to make it happen and the role of VRF technology in supporting strategic electrification.

July 14 – Whole-Home System Design for Comfort and Wellness

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On July 14 from 3 – 4 p.m. EST, our own Chad Gillespie of the Mitsubishi Electric Performance Construction Team will be talking high-performance homes in a panel discussion presented by The Build Network’s Matt Risinger. We’ll overview how high-performing HVAC equipment can set the tone for all of a home’s systems in delivering comfort, health, sustainability and durability.

July 16 – Optimized Ventilation for High-Performing Buildings

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Join Mitsubishi Electric’s Kevin Miskewicz and Joe Cefaly on July 16 from 1 – 2 p.m. EST for an overview of ventilation, presented by Multi-Housing News. Our speakers will cover Energy Recovery Ventilators, Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems as well as Outside Air Systems and how specialized ventilation systems work in concert with VRF systems to produce high-performing, cost-effective HVAC.

July 22 – What We Breathe, What We Feel: Designing Homes for Optimal Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)

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Fine Homebuilding will present our final webinar of the month on July 22 from 2 – 3 p.m. EST. Chad Gillespie will be presenting once again, this time joined by Kimberly Llewellyn from our Performance Construction Team. They’ll discuss methods and solutions for achieving optimal IEQ and how to educate home buyers on its value in terms of comfort and health. They’ll also cover reducing indoor contaminants, controlling relative humidity and how to design HVAC systems with a comprehensive view of thermal comfort.

All of our webinars are free to attend, simply register at the links provided above. If you are unable to attend live, please register and an on-demand video will be made available to you. For more information on METUS, visit mitsubishipro.com.