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EEBA Webinar: Heat Pump Application & Design

Recorded Webinar: Heat Pump Application & Design
Recorded: Tuesday, June 16 | 2:00 pm Central
Speaker: Kimberly Llewellyn - Performance Construction Technical Lead at Mitsubishi
Cost: Free

This webinar will focus on sizing and application best practices for variable capacity heat pumps in new construction and low load spaces. We will briefly review fundamentals of heat pump capabilities and product types. We will also review basics of load reports in order to have a solid foundation for a discussion on heat pump applications.


The Coronavirus pandemic has created a new world; a new way of living, a new way of doing business, and a new way we think about health, safety and the air we breathe. In our industry, high performance builders and IAQ product manufacturers are at the forefront of making the right critical recommendations to the public to best ensure healthy air in every home. The good news is the products needed to Deliver Healthy Homes already exist and are easily applied. This presentation will walk you through the product categories and applications that exist to create healthier environments in both ordinary times and adjust them during unique situations like we see today.

About Energy & Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA): 

EEBA is the only community specifically designed to help high performance builders thrive. A nationally recognized, nonprofit, EEBA is the home building industry's leading provider of information and education in sustainable building, and has been a trusted resource for nearly four decades.

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Learning Objectives:

  • Understand typical operation capabilities of variable capacity heat pumps
  • Review load calculation report for key information necessary for equipment sizing
  • Explain common misconceptions about sizing with variable capacity heat pumps
  • Provides examples of solutions that work



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