VRF stands for Variable Refrigerant Flow. It is an air conditioning system in which more than one indoor unit is controlled with an outdoor unit. A VRF Air Conditioning System controls the flow of refrigerant based on the building’s changing capacity needs. The VRF Air Conditioning System consists of the outdoor unit outside the building and the indoor units used to cool and/or heat the living spaces inside the building.
The biggest feature that distinguishes VRF Air Conditioning Systems from classical split air conditioners is; Thanks to its variable gas flow rate, it works together with energy saving and keeps the comfort of the users at the highest level. With maximum care and respect for the environment, the system provides enhanced application flexibility focused on energy savings. It provides full independent control in any new or existing building, from a multi-storey plaza to a single villa.