A Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) heating and air conditioning system is a specific type of HVAC system which utilizes one outdoor unit that connects to multiple indoor units. A VRF system is still the only commercial system that continuously adjusts the refrigerant volume within the system to match exactly the heating or cooling requirement in each area, for optimum comfort and maximum energy efficiency. Climate Control is a best company in VRF air conditioning Installation Contracting. VRF air conditioning system are basically large multi-split systems where a number of indoor units are connected to the outdoor unit. These VRF air conditioning systems are generally used for larger applications where the alternative might be a central chilled water system or central ducted system. Against these other types of system VRF air conditioning would generally be comparable in capital cost but would quicker to install and more energy efficient to run.
A Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) heating and air conditioning system is a specific type of HVAC system which utilizes one outdoor unit that connects to multiple indoor units. These indoor units can be single systems; serving one space, or a ducted system; serving multiple spaces. The indoor units are controlled individually by a room thermostat in a variable flow mode, while the outdoor unit provides the refrigerant. This provides for the heating and/or cooling of the individual interior space. The outdoor units can be either air cooled or water cooled and the indoor units are connected to the outdoor unit via refrigerant piping.