Kyle DelPiano

As the construction industry moves toward the 2030 goal of net zero energy buildings — buildings that produce as much renewable energy as they consume on an annual basis — HVAC system design is at the forefront of these efforts. This is especially true for commercial buildings. Given that a standard HVAC system represents 40 Read more

Making the case for hydronics: three advantages of water-based HVAC systems over VRF In an ongoing effort to meet the comfort, cost and energy-efficiency expectations of the commercial building industry, design engineers, building owners and mechanical contractors are constantly re-examining the technology and components of HVAC systems. Hydronic systems and variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems Read more