On Thursday, February 25 from 2 – 3 p.m. EST, American School & University will host our presentation: VRF for K-12 Schools: Saving Energy Costs and Ensuring Comfort. Register now!
Today’s schools are constantly evolving and have diverse heating and cooling needs. More than ever, educational facilities require systems designed for energy efficiency, cost control and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. As technologies progress, more school districts are choosing all-electric Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning systems over conventional HVAC equipment to create sustainable and productive learning environments with lower energy use and predictable monthly operating costs.
Join speakers Brian Wright, director of educational sales at METUS and Mike Steger, director of facilities management at Berkeley Preparatory School, as they overview the fundamentals of VRF technology. Gain insight from the end-user perspective as the pair walk through the initial planning and performance of VRF systems at Berkeley Prep.
- Identify VRF system components and the fundamentals of operation.
- Explain how the characteristics of VRF systems enable schools to reduce and avoid costs.
- Make a case to company or district leadership describing the advantages, opportunities and available resources associated with installing VRF technology.
If you’re unable to join the live presentation, register now and you’ll receive a link via email when it is available for on-demand streaming.