Why Opt for VRF HVAC Technology for your New Air Conditioning?
If you’re looking to replace your existing HVAC system either in your residential or commercial space then VRF HVAC is the technology to go with. Variable Refrigerant Flow or VRF HVAC systems as they are known have been the HVAC system of choice for China, Japan and Europe and other parts of the world for quite some time. Over the past decade, VRF HVAC technology has become increasingly popular in India and particularly in large urban cities such as Mumbai and Pune.
Similar to the conventional central air conditioning systems used for commercial and residential spaces, VRF HVAC systems are air cooled and refrigerant based, making use of outdoor condenser units and indoor fan coil units. However, the similarity is limited until here. Unlike the large noisy unit that the conventional systems comprise of that pump out air to the entire space, a VRF HVAC system features many smaller air handlers that can be individually controlled and piped back to one system. The term variable refrigerant flow or VRF refers to the ability to control the amount of refrigerant flowing to each of these small air handlers.
Several VRF AC dealers in Mumbai have this sophisticated new VRF HVAC technology having the ability to offer not only cooling, but also heat, and even both concurrently to different areas within the space. These systems have the capability of creating zones through its multiple indoor units that can be individually controlled. In addition, these VRF HVAC systems are extremely quiet and energy efficient as the variable speed compressor runs only at the capacity required for the current conditions.
Reasons to Opt for a VRF HVAC System
Efficient in Energy
There are many reasons for which VRF HVAC systems use less energy. The system is designed to offer precisely the amount of cooling required for the current conditions. This means it runs less frequently and at a lower capacity.
Heating & Cooling Concurrently
Another major reason for opting for this VRF HVAC system from any of the Bluestar AC Dealers in Mumbai is that this system captures residual heat absorbed from the air during the cooling process, and redirects that heat to other parts of the building that require heat.
Reduction in Downtime
There is less wear and tear on the parts of the VRS system, since it’s designed to run only when required and under partial-load conditions. That means there are fewer breakdowns. Also, if there’s some problem with one air handler, the others don’t get affected, which further means that the entire space won’t be without air conditioning at all.
Takes Less Space
The VRF HVAC systems generally don’t need much wall and ceiling space as they usually don’t need ducts due to their air handlers being smaller. This means you can keep those stunning high ceilings in your house.
In these HVAC systems, the noisier condensing unit is typically outside, and the indoor air handlers are smaller and quieter than a conventional split system
When you consider installing a new VRF HVAC systems the above points will come handy as the benefits of these systems is immense.