Episode: Ep45_The Multi-zone Heat Pump Issue with guest Dana Fischer


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Ep45_The Multi-zone Heat Pump Issue with guest Dana Fischer

In cold climates, Multi-zone heat pump systems (or multi-split systems) are developing a reputation for greatly under-performing , in terms of energy efficiency. Don't freak out! Chris and Phil have special guest, Dana Fischer of Mitsubishi, over to share a beverage and get to the bottom of this problem and how to properly approach the design of multi-zone heat pumps for your energy efficient house (or building).

Be sure to head over to Greenbuildingadvisor.com for additional content and related articles. The cocktail of the episode is Hot Buttered Rum! and a fantastic cranberry mocktail of Phil's creation. Be sure to check out our lame facebook page for more detailed recipes. As always our theme music is Zelda's Theme by Perez Prado, and our featured song is Two-Headed Boy by Neutral Milk Hotel. Stay warm, friends!



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