Variable refrigerant volume (VRV) air conditioners, also referred to as ‘ VRF or variable refrigerant flow’ are top-end systems. The primary difference compared to other units is the flexibility it gives the property owner in terms of climate control. For example, in a five-bedroom house, a VRV system would allow you to set each room at a variable setting. For example, one bedroom could be set at 24 degrees, while simultaneously another could be set at 27 degrees. This differs from centralised systems that blast a single temperature range throughout the entire house.
VRV climate management solutions optimise comfort and control whilst delivering significant energy efficiencies.
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