Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF)

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) provides maximum efficiency, comfort, and benefit to building owners and occupants. Building owners are discovering how VRF heating and cooling systems help future-proof their buildings and reduce operational costs. The occupants are feeling the improved comfort of their space.

A VRF system is a type of HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system that provides precise control over the amount of refrigerant flow to indoor units. It uses refrigerant as the cooling and heating medium, and through variable-speed compressors, it can adjust the refrigerant flow to match the specific requirements of each zone or space in a building.

This flexibility allows for individualized temperature control, energy efficiency, and simultaneous heating and cooling in different areas of a building. The design flexibility of the compact outdoor units and wide array of indoor options accommodates challenges such as limited space while allowing for a non-invasive installation. These systems include smart controls and innovative technology you’ll appreciate year-round.

Marion-Florence School VRF

The VRF system delivers the building owner and the occupants:

  • More control over their heated and cooled spaces
  • Happiness and increased productivity
  • More energy efficient system
  • Lower utility costs
  • Savings to invest in other areas of the business

VRFs best applications include:

  • Assisted Living Facilities
  • Multi-Family Development
  • Commercial/Office Spaces

Types of VRF systems Dean E. Norris Installs, Repairs, and Maintains:

  • Daikin
  • Mitsubishi
  • Samsung

Dean E. Norris technicians are your experienced and expert source for VRF installation, replacement, repairs, and maintenance.

Dean E. Norris are your experienced VRF installers.
Give us a call at 316.688.1901.

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