Variable Refrigerant Flow

Cooltech Aircon is amongst the leading VRF Dealer in Maharashtra, Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) is a HVAC technology, like ductless mini splits VRF uses refrigerant as the cooling and heating medium. Nowadays VRF’s are extensively used to provide separate control, across multiple zones of the complexes of the buildings like schools, hotels, hospitals where specific areas of the building have their own heating and cooling requirements. Heat recovery VRF technology allows individual indoor units to heat or cool as required, while the compressor load benefits from the internal heat recovery. Energy savings of up to 55% are predicted over comparable unitary equipment, this also results in greater control of the building’s interior temperature and benefits the building occupants.

The next level technology

Cooltech Aircon, we are suppliers of Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF). This type of system consists of a number of air handling units connected to modular external condensing unit. The refrigerant flow is varied using either an inverter controlled variable speed compressor or multiple compressors.

Failure of one air handler will not affect the rest of the system in most cases
Maximum Energy Efficiency
Improved Comfort
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Energy Efficiency Benefits of a Ductless VRF HVAC System
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Eliminates Energy Waste from Duct Leakage – because VRF systems typically utilize no, or very little ductwork (hence the term “ductless”), they eliminate energy loss caused by leaky air ducts. NOTE: Magic Touch conducts hundreds of energy efficiency audits on buildings and homes annually and typically find duct leakage to be amongst the most common sources of energy waste.

Eliminates Energy Waste from Duct Heat Gain – since air ducts are typically installed in unconditioned space (attics, basements, wall chases, and above ceiling grids) they can absorb or lose heat energy to / from the surrounding space. This “duct loss” accounts for the need to install larger capacity systems in order to cool or heat the conditioned area to make up for it.

Localized Filtration Per Zone – The “zoned” application of these systems adds an IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) benefit of providing better air filtration to every conditioned room of the building. Whereas most central ducted systems are filtered at the air handler in the attic or on the rooftop, ductless units are filtering the air right in the space they condition, providing better filtration to each zone.