Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Capabilities
National HVAC-R Service
There are many technical terms when dealing with heating and cooling products. Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) is one of them.
Simply put, it is the refrigerant used to achieve heating or cooling in outdoor condensing units, which is circulated to multiple indoor air distribution units. No ducting is required.
The VRF system enables a variable flow of the refrigerant and various motor speeds. This makes it easier to control temperature settings in multiple indoor units. The pipe system usually determines if the system can heat or cool at the same time, or only deliver one mode of output.
Cost Savings Over Time
While the purchase and installation price are minimally more, clients will recoup the amount invested, and the system will deliver better energy savings over time. These systems can handle higher loads when the individual a/c units are running in the hot weather and produce heat more efficiently in cold temperatures. This prevents overloads that may be tiresome, inconvenient, and potentially unsafe for untrained operators to rectify.
At Coral Canada Wide Ltd., we can discuss your building’s specifications and advise you on which brand of indoor and outdoor units, controllers and gateway apparatus that we have found most effective and reliable through our installation, maintenance, and repair experience. Take the guesswork out of your major purchases and consult our professional and knowledgeable office staff and tradesmen who will take the time to update the work being completed regularly.