VRF Air Conditioning

Variable Refrigerant Flow, or VRF, is a concept referring to air conditioning units specially designed for large residences and commercial buildings.

VRF systems have also been designed for buildings with electrical restrictions or for building looking to reduce their CO2 emissions.

Architects, builders, and interior designs all choose Coolro to design and install bespoke VRF systems.

Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

How a VRF System Works

A VRF system is made up of an outdoor unit connected to a variety of indoor units through a single refrigerant line network.

A single controller has the capacity to control different indoor units and therefore different areas or rooms in a commercial or residential property. A VRF system works only up to its required capacity, resulting in a more efficient energy output while still meeting a variety of cooling demands.

Advantages of a VRF System

A VRF system maintains uniformity in the cooling capacity of each individual unit.

At the same time, it can be operated by only one user without other system components have to be connected, so in the long run, it is also a more affordable air conditioning solution to install.

Through Coolro’s strategic design, a VRF air conditioning will generally operate at less than 100% capacity of any other air conditioning system.

This systems is designed for energy savings and high efficiency.

Ducted Heating And Cooling Melbourne

Coolro is your best ally with extensive knowledge and experience installing VRF systems and other ducted heating and cooling Melbourne system, even for larger projects; there is no limit. We’ll create a better and more comfortable environment by combining high efficiency and energy saving.

Contact us today to find out how VRF can be a part of your next project.