Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) Systems, also known as Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems.
The Variable Refrigerant Volume HVAC system is a moderately new technology. The new VRV or VRF systems offer high levels of energy efficiency. They operate quietly and provide the user full control of the temperatures.
Traditional HVAC Systems are usually limited to 1 condensing unit, 1 compressor and 1 evaporator, a VRV or VRF system are be designed for the specific needs of the building. 1 condensing unit can be connected to multiple evaporators, each can be also be controlled individually.
In a traditional HVAC system, the system turns on when a room is too warm or cold; however, a VRV or VRF system constantly adjusts the amount of refrigerant being sent to each evaporator and takes advantage of existing heat or cool air in the building. This allows the system to work only as needed in each area to maintain the perfect comfort level.
These HVAC, VRV or VRF systems are custom designed to keep all areas of your building comfortable at a fraction of the energy consumption.