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Xylem: New White Paper Explores 'Hydronic Versus VRF: Who Wins?'


Feb. 23, 2016 — Xylem has issued a new white paper exploring the operational performance and efficiency differences between variable refrigerant flow (VRF) HVAC systems and geothermal/hydronic pumping HVAC systems.

It is written by Kyle DelPiano, market development manager, Southeast territory, Xylem. He is an active ASHRAE member and LEED AP certified, and has a bachelor’s degree in polymer and fiber engineering from Auburn University. Keith Schmitz contributed to the report.

Find the white paper here.

Xylem produces efficient water technologies that use less energy, reduce life-cycle costs, and provide environmental benefits to users and the communities in which they operate. Its brands offer a complete range of pumps, boosters, drives, valves, controllers, water systems, and other solutions for applications in agriculture and landscaping, building systems, industrial water, and public utility water systems.


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