Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems, Presented by R.J. Murray Company

March 12, 2020

Windjammer Restaurant, 1076 Williston Road, South Burlington, VT 05403
HVAC Contractors, HVAC Technicians, Installers, Refrigeration Technicians
$50/person (includes the cost of the meal and training materials)

One of the latest trends in the HVAC industry is the rapid growth in the number of VRF (variable refrigerant flow) heating and air conditioning systems being installed in a variety of applications. Supported by advanced electronics and inverter technology, VRF systems present an energy-efficient, flexible alternative to conventional HVAC systems for schools, offices, retail spaces, gymnasiums and countless other commercial and industrial spaces. Interestingly enough, single phase VRF equipment starting as low as three tons is increasingly viable in residential and light commercial applications, raising the profile of these systems as a safe and efficient alternative to fossil fuels at the point of use.

The R. J. Murray Company will present a technical training session on VRF systems manufactured by Carrier Corporation, with an emphasis on correct installation procedures and widely accepted best practices that should be performed by the field technicians who install, operate, service and maintain these systems. The event will take place on March 12, 2020, at the Windjammer Restaurant, 1076 Williston Road, South Burlington VT, beginning with a light meal at 4:30pm and ending at 7:15pm.

In order to reserve your place in this session, send an email to   [email protected]   with your name, company affiliation and email address. The cost is $50 per person, which includes the cost of the meal and the training materials that will be distributed to each person attending the session. Regular customers of R. J. Murray Company can put the fee on account; others can pay by check upon entry or call our Vermont branch beforehand and make arrangements with Gary Keefe at (802) 862-8608.

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