- November 25, 2019
- Posted by: Gareth Whalley
- Category: Latest News & Blog
Also known as a variable refrigerant flow system, a VRF air conditioner uses a single outdoor condensing unit attached to multiple indoor ones to help manage the temperature across your property.
The variable element of the name comes from an ability to control the amount of refrigerant used into the process.
A VRF air conditioning unit allows you to adjust the temperature of different units from a single point, making it perfect for commercial applications or any unique use-case.
Advantages of VRF HVAC technology
Perfect for offices: A VRF system operates silently and can be installed as and where it is needed. That makes it perfect for professional environments where you are compelled by law to provide a duty of care for your employees.
Remarkable control: The ability to ‘zone’ your heating or cooling allows you a significant degree of control about how the system is deployed and also your unique settings. That prevents the complications of a ‘one size fits all’ solution that permits only a consistent temperature for your property.
Easy installation: Deploying a VRF system is straightforward and it can interface with your existing architecture when necessary. It removes downtime and disruption involved with utilities works in your home and business while helping make the deployment as painless as possible.
Reasons to choose a VRF HVAC system
If you’re unsure about whether to deploy a VRF HVAC system or not, these pointers may help:
Cost-effective: An ability to control your heating can manage costs in a way less efficient systems cannot match. A new VRF machine will operate more efficiently than older models, making an upgrade profitable in both the short and long term.
Truly robust: A VRF ac system is a heavy-duty commercial system designed to operate in industrial or commercial settings at maximum capacity. A high degree of durability makes it effortless to run and – when maintenance is required – fixing an external unit or modular indoor air handler will minimise any disruption or loss of time.
High granularity: Along with a light-touch deployment, a VRF air con system is modular by nature and allows a significant degree of choice when it comes to how you choose to deploy your units. This can help you compensate for the natural heating and cooling that occurs throughout the day or unique office needs such as food storage or server rooms.
If you’re looking for an air conditioning solution for your premises or building, Sovereign Planned Services Ltd are here to help.
Able to call on years of professional experience, we work with you to find the right item for your business.
You can contact us directly and let our team know how we can help resolve your issues.