Ask the Experts Webinar Series
Water Source VRF Design and Application in High-Rise Condominium Buildings
Presented by Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Cooling
Water Source VRF systems have more diverse and flexible applications, optimal thermal comfort and increased COP (Co-Efficient of Performance) levels over other thermal comfort systems, making them an innovative choice for use in multi-level condominiums and this webinar will show you how!
Presented by Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Cooling’s Director of Commercial Business – HVAC Division, Syed Abid, M.Eng, MASHRAE, this FREE one hour webinar explores the features and benefits of Water Source VRF systems and provides an inside look at the real life implementation in a Toronto high-rise condominium.
Rahim Jumani, Assistant Manager – Innovation & Sustainability at Tridel, joins the webinar to share insights into the design and application of these systems at Tridel, and answer questions about the journey from a developer’s lens.
Director of Commercial Business – HVAC Division Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Cooling - M.Eng, MASHRAE
With over 20 years of HVAC and Fluid Flow industry experience across South Asia, the Middle East, and Canada in diverse role of Application, Sales, Marketing, Business Management and Planning. In depth knowledge of Application of HVAC systems. Thorough understanding of Codes and Standards. Currently responsible for the development and implementation of the Commercial Business sales and marketing strategies for the Commercial, Applied and Ventilation segments of HVAC-Division at Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada Inc. Syed was part of design team assisting application of 2-Pipe water source VRF system in Canada’s first Zero Carbon Design Certified office building. Syed also played key role in the conceptual design stage of 2-pipe water source VRF system application in Greater Toronto Area high-rise residential condominium buildings. Syed on numerous occasions was invited by the industry associations to speak about application of HVAC technologies in the buildings systems.
Syed loves to volunteer, part of several charitable organizations and profoundly involved in organizing food and blood donation drives in the community. His contributions were acknowledged by Mississauga Food Bank and Red Cross Canada.