Commercial VRF Systems
Variable refrigerant flow or VRF systems are essentially bigger, more flexible and elaborate types of mini split systems. One exterior VRF condenser can be used with several different indoor units to heat and cool in different indoor areas and zones of a building. VRF systems are able to control the amount of coolant that moves over different evaporators and supplying varying amounts of heating and cooling to different areas of a building. Call the specialists in VRF systems—First Service Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, serving communities in West Texas since 1952.
Advantages of a VRF System
While a VRF system has a higher initial cost that can be returned in energy savings over time and requires an outside air conditioning system, it has numerous advantages, too:
- Energy efficient. The operating efficiency is superior to other conventional air conditioning systems.
- Flexibility. A VRF system is build in interior and exterior modular components, which ease installation and permits expansion of the system down the road.
- Superior indoor air comfort. The VRF system support zones and can achieve constant temperatures for a given area.
- Back-up capability. VRF systems are built with more than one compressor as opposed to a conventional ductless mini-split system that has one exterior unit with only one compressor.
- Quiet operation. Conventional split systems are much noisier than VRF systems.
- Reduces overall air conditioning volume. Capacity may be moved from and to different areas of a structure.
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