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VRF air conditioning systems are typically used to custom design larger buildings, such as large offices and commercial projects.

Also known as VRV air conditioners, these split systems only require a single outdoor unit that connects to up to 20 indoor units, without the need for ducts to be installed.

Each indoor unit can be individually controlled, giving you the flexibility to create a comfortable temperature simultaneously in multiple areas. It is best suited for large houses and commercial spaces.

Utilising inverter technology, VRF systems have become one of the most energy-efficient air conditioners for commercial spaces, keeping your energy costs down while providing absolute comfort all year round. Get in touch with us for a VRV/VRF Installation or Repair job today.

VRF air conditioning systems are typically used to custom design larger buildings, such as large offices and commercial projects.

Also known as VRV air conditioners, these split systems only require a single outdoor unit that connects to up to 20 indoor units, without the need for ducts to be installed.

Each indoor unit can be individually controlled, giving you the flexibility to create a comfortable temperature simultaneously in multiple areas. It is best suited for large houses and commercial spaces.

Utilising inverter technology, VRF systems have become one of the most energy-efficient air conditioners for commercial spaces, keeping your energy costs down while providing absolute comfort all year round.

The difference between VRV and VRF air conditioning

The terms VRV and VRF both refer to the same HVAC technology. The difference is that VRV (variable refrigerant volume) was the original technology and is a registered trademark of Daikin Industries. All other manufacturers use the term VRF (variable refrigerant flow).

The difference between VRV and VRF air conditioning

The terms VRV and VRF both refer to the same HVAC technology. The difference is that VRV (variable refrigerant volume) was the original technology and is a registered trademark of Daikin Industries. All other manufacturers use the term VRF (variable refrigerant flow).

WHAT benefits of VRF?

When compared to other HVAC systems available, a VRF system is one of the most advanced, energy-efficient air conditioning systems available. A VRF system has four defining features.

1.      First, these systems only use refrigerant to create cool air. Compare this to a traditional HVAC system that uses water to cool the air. In a traditional system, refrigerant is only used to chill the water, which is then circulated through the system.
2.      Secondly, a VRF system uses an inverter compressor. These low-energy compressors have very limited power consumption and allow the unit to pull only enough energy to perform a partial cool of the system.
3.      Next, VRF systems have multiple air handlers that can be connected together within the same refrigerant loop.
4.      Lastly, this defining feature gives VRF systems the ability to expand modularly for growing projects.

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How to decide

To Choose the ideal equipment for your house is an essential decision when you require AC installation in Sydney. From a variety of solutions to expert air conditioning installation, we are here to help you choose wisely ideal cooling system for your needs and budget. As soon as we ensure that you know how to use all the features of your updated equipment, our aim for you and your family is to have relaxing, comfortable air, even for the hottest days of the summer. Contact us to make an appointment for air conditioning replacement. We’ll help you choose and install your new air conditioner.