Variable Refrigerant Systems

Variable Refrigerant Flow / Volume

VRV STANDS FOR VARIABLE REFRIGERANT VOLUME AND VRF STANDS FOR VARIABLE REFRIGERANT FLOW, THEY ARE SIMPLY TWO DIFFERENT TERMS FOR THE SAME TECHNOLOGY

It can be hard to find a heating and cooling system that suits the size of your building. That is where VRF & VRV systems come in. With our Variable Refrigerant Flow/Volume Systems you can stay cool and comfortable no matter the weather with this low energy cost technology. If one-size-fits-all air conditioning systems aren't right for you, then instead say hello to ultimate comfort, efficiency and reliability.

ENERGY CONTROL

With up to 64 indoor air conditioning units connected to one outdoor unit, only the minimum amount of energy required for the system to maintain set temperatures to ensure that it shuts off when no occupants are detected in a room.

OPTIMUM TEMPERATURE

Working similar to a Multi-Split System, each individual indoor unit determines the amount it needs based on the indoor temperature at that point against what is the requested temperature from the remote control.

INTELLIGENT HEATING

The total demand among all indoor units will determine how the outdoor unit adjusts the refrigerant temperature and volume. It does this by supplying only the cooling or heating that is needed, the inverter compressor continues to save a large amount of energy during VRV operation.

VRF & VRV system air conditioning


Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) and Variant Refrigerant Volume (VRV) are commonly regarded as the best solutions for medium to large buildings such as Hospitals, large offices and retail centres. A VRF system is capable of meeting all the heating and cooling demands in these types of buildings in an extremely reliable, efficient and easy to control manner.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF A VRV


VRV and VRF are the same technology just with different terms. They both alternate the refrigerant volume in a system to match a building's exact requirements, this ensures the minimum amount of energy is required for the system to maintain set temperatures and it automatically shuts off when no persons are detected in a room. These technologies offer long term sustainability, whilst reducing carbon emissions and saving money on energy costs.

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