VRF systems move refrigerant around a building instead of heated or cooled air the way a traditional systems do.
1. Because VRF systems use variable refrigerant flow technology, the system capacity is adjusted dynamically to meet actual load requirements. This saves energy because the system only consumers what is needed to match the indoor load requirements.
2. As more people enter a conference room and the needs of the zone expand, VRF technology allows the system to increase the capacity allocated for this zone, while maintaining the other zones at their current comfort levels.
3. VRF systems recover heat removed from zones that are in cooling mode and redirect it to zones that require heating. This can save up to 50% of energy consumption.
4. VRF technology features independent zone control. Multiple zones within the same building can maintain their own settings, demands and requirements independently from each other.