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Ductless Systems / VRF – Climate Technology

Ductless Systems / VRF

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Manufacturers We Service

Our certified technicians are skilled in troubleshooting and repairing issues with ductless systems from all manufacturers. The brands listed are the most common that we deal with in the Greater Detroit Metro Area.

A Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system is a multi-split type of system that transports heat between an outdoor condensing unit and a network of indoor units located near or within the conditioned space through refrigerant piping installed in the building. In a nutshell, VRF is a ductless, large-scale system for HVAC that performs at a high capacity.

Typical capacities range from 18,000 to 760,000 Btu/h for outdoor units and from 5000 to 120,000 Btu/h for indoor units.

FEATURES & ADVANTAGES

VRF provides a flexible and scalable solution by allowing for many different indoor units with different capacities and configurations. The variable capacity of both the indoor and outdoor units means that the entire system matches the load in any given space.

Some of its key features include individual zone control, the ability to offer simultaneous heating and cooling in separate zones on a common refrigerant circuit, and heat recovery from one zone to another.

Precise zone control with individual room setpoints.

Save money and energy by not heating or cooling rooms that aren’t being used. Occupants can control the temperature of their own space without affecting the comfort of others.

Highly efficient operation

Inverter technology allows compressors to run at very low speeds for partial loads. VRF systems can be up to 50% more efficient versus comparable HVAC systems.

Modular, scalable, and space saving

The elimination of ductwork or water pipes allow for a flexible layout, and units can be added to the system at a later date as a building’s needs change.

Precise zone control with individual room setpoints.
Save money and energy by not heating or cooling rooms that aren’t being used. Occupants can control the temperature of their own space without affecting the comfort of others.
Highly efficient operation
Inverter technology allows compressors to run at very low speeds for partial loads. VRF systems can be up to 50% more efficient versus comparable HVAC systems.
Modular, scalable, and space saving
The elimination of ductwork or water pipes allow for a flexible layout, and units can be added to the system at a later date as a building’s needs change.

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We offer installation, repair, and replacement services for a wide range of HVAC equipment. Plus, our regular maintenance plans will help your equipment run smoothly and protect your investment. Contact us today to learn more!

LIFECYCLE OPERATING COSTS

Costs for VRF systems are divided into three categories:

Annual operating costs
Depend on many factors, including building load profiles and heat recovery opportunities.
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Routine maintenance costs
Include remote monitoring tools, which typically enable ongoing VRF system performance reviews and proactive maintenance strategies. Indoor units require regular visual inspection and scheduled air filter replacement. Outdoor units require routine inspection of key components.
2
System replacement costs
Equipment life expectancy depends on performance of manufacturer recommended routine maintenance. Most VRF system manufacturers list 15 to 20 years for air-source systems and 20 to 25 years for water-source systems as the average life expectancy range.
3

Annual operating costs

Depend on many factors, including building load profiles and heat recovery opportunities.

Routine maintenance costs

Include remote monitoring tools, which typically enable ongoing VRF system performance reviews and proactive maintenance strategies. Indoor units require regular visual inspection and scheduled air filter replacement. Outdoor units require routine inspection of key components.

System replacement costs

Equipment life expectancy depends on performance of manufacturer recommended routine maintenance. Most VRF system manufacturers list 15 to 20 years for air-source systems and 20 to 25 years for water-source systems as the average life expectancy range.

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