|Tonnage||6 HP to 1000 HP|
|Star Rating||4 Star|
|Operating Voltage||415 V|
|Sound Level||55 dBA|
|Temperature||15-24 Degree C|
|Air Flow Rate||119 m3/min|
Variable Refrigerant Flow, or VRF HVAC systems, is an HVAC technology widely accepted across the globe in countries like Japan, China, Europe countries and other parts of the world. In the recent past, VRF Air conditioning systems have gained huge popularity over traditional air conditioning systems.
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VRF air conditioning has gained popularity due to its advanced technology, as compared to the traditional air conditioners which are noisy units pumping air to the entire space. VRF HVAC system features numerous smaller air handlers that can be separately controlled and connected to one system. The word variable refrigerant flow or VRF relates to the system’s capability to manage the quantity of refrigerant flowing to each of these small air handlers. This sophisticated technology has the ability to provide not only cooling but also heating, and even both at the same time to various parts within the same space.
These systems are quieter when compared to conventional air conditioners as the noisy condensing unit is outside and the indoor air handlers are smaller.
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