Commercial VRF Systems

Take heating and cooling control to the next level with a modular, high efficiency variable refrigerant flow system

Quick facts

Main Benefit

Granular zoning plus energy recovery

Price ($ to $$$$$)
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Maintenance Level
Medium
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What is a commercial VRF system?

VRF systems are the latest heating and cooling tech out there right now. Instead of transferring hot or cold water from zone to zone as a chiller system would do, variable refrigerant flow systems transfer refrigerant, a property which can be used to heat or cool an area. During a typical cooling process run by the system, it can capture and absorb heat from the air in the system so it can then redirect that heat to areas in a facility that need it most.

VRF systems are modular, meaning that they can be strategically placed in key areas of the facility and automatically controlled with a building automation system to ensure that each area within a large facility is conditioned in the most efficient way possible at all times during the day and night.

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Benefits of VRF systems

VRF systems allow for greater control of heating and cooling in your facility, down to as minute a level as your facility needs. For larger facilities like hotels which have different rooms heated or cooled at different levels, this amount of control can make a huge difference in total energy consumption. It also does not require major mechanical overhauls to install a system.

The cost to run heating and cooling systems takes up a huge percentage of your utility bill, so optimizing this area can save your organization a lot of money, both in the short and long-term.

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What’s the difference between a VRF and VRV system?

There’s actually no difference between a VRF and VRV system. Both do exactly the same thing. The only difference is in their names; VRF stands for variable refrigerant flow, whereas VRV stands for variable refrigerant volume. VRV is a special term trademarked by Daiken, a prominent manufacturer in the heating and cooling space. VRF, on the other hand, is the term used for systems not manufactured by Daiken.

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