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VRF System

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems vary the flow of refrigerant to indoor units based on demand. This ability to control the amount of refrigerant that is provided to fan coil units located throughout a building makes the VRF technology ideal for applications with varying loads or where zoning is required. VRF systems are available either as heat pump systems or as heat recovery systems for those applications where simultaneous heating and cooling is required. In addition to providing superior comfort, VRF systems offer design flexibility, energy savings, and cost effective installation.

In a VRF system, multiple indoor fan coil units may be connected to one outdoor unit. The outdoor unit has one or more compressors that are inverter driven, so their speed can be varied by changing the frequency of the power supply to the compressor. As the compressor speed changes, so does the amount of refrigerant delivered by the compressor.

Greatly reduce ambient noise, as they run much quieter than traditional HVAC systems.

The key to comfort is to avoid swings in room temperature. In traditional systems, compressors are either on or off, so fluctuations in room temperature occur as the compressor stops and starts again. In a VRF system, since the speed of the compressor can be varied, it can operate continuously for longer periods. Innovative compressor technology modulates the flow of refrigerant according to the exact demands of pre-sets in individual areas of a building. This allows the system to deliver heating or cooling as required to each room without fluctuation.

As there are no ducts in a VRF system, no temperature loss occurs as it does with traditional systems when treated air moves through ductwork. The result is consistent heating and cooling at very high energy efficiencies. A VRF system offers flexible installation and energy-saving cooling and heating comfort and should be considered as an alternative to traditional systems for those applications where zoning or part load operation is required.

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