Mini Split Heat Pumps Adapting to High Performance Home Market
As homes are built with a better thermal envelope, the need for heating and cooling capacity drops dramatically. But finding HVAC equipment that's the right size for reduced loads has been a problem for builders. But the mini split heat pump market is adapting to serve the needs of high performance homes.
At the 2017 EEBA High Performance Home Summit, Rob Howard, performance construction manager for Mitsubishi Electric Heating and Cooling, talked about the developing need for HVAC systems that can be right-sized for single and multi-family homes that may not need much help in maintaining a comfortable temperature.
Topics: Energy Saving Products, Healthy & Comfortable Buildings, HVAC - Heating, Cooling, and Ventilation, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), Multifamily / Multiunit Residential, Office Buildings, Passive House / Passivhaus, Thermal Envelope - Building Envelope
Companies: Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating
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