What is VRV?
Monday, January 23, 2017
Variable refrigerant volume (VRV) or variable refrigerant flow (VRF) is an air conditioning system allows for more precise control of air conditioning systems by regulating the amount of refrigerant used at any given time.
A standard air conditioning system has only one motor speed and that either circulates the maximum amount of refrigerant or none at all. VRV, on the other hand, has variable speeds, operating only as needed. Because they don’t always operate at full capacity, VRV systems offer significant energy savings.
VRV is found in both commercial and residential settings. Crane Heating and Air Conditioning can help convert an existing system to VRV or install a VRV system in new construction. If you’d like to learn more, contact us today.
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