The ProSpace variable refrigerant flow (VRF) wireless control interface creates an open communication platform that allows Trane VRF systems to integrate with hotel room thermostats and building-level control systems. The control is equipped with motion and infrared sensors.
Dozens of major manufacturers are now offering a variety of training options ranging from short online offerings to extensive on-location training in hopes of making ductless HVAC a worthwhile investment for consumers and contractors.
The variable refrigerant flow (VRF) market in the U.S. just got a bit more interesting. Johnson Controls, Hitachi, Ltd., and Hitachi Appliances announced the companies have completed their global joint venture agreement and will immediately begin operations of Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning.
The future of VRF (variable-refrigerant flow) technology took center stage during LG’s press breakfast Wednesday morning at the company’s booth (7923), where LG’s latest commercial and residential products were on display to AHR Expo attendees.
Since variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology is still relatively new in the United States, many contractors lack a full understanding about VRF equipment. But experts on these systems are striving to dispel false impressions and provide training opportunities for contractors who want to learn about VRF.
LG Electronics USA has announced the launch of a new training program on variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology, a comprehensive online course in which American Institute of Architects (AIA) members have the opportunity to earn AIA Continuing Education System credit.
LG Electronics has expanded its popular training series for Multi V III variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology to an additional 15 markets across the United States, including Baltimore; Cincinnati; Kansas City, Mo.; Miami; Minneapolis; and Portland, Ore.