ASAMI 5 Generation VRF system!
WHAT IS VRF?
The VRF abbreviation comes from Variable Refrigerant Flow. VRF uses refrigerant as the cooling/heating medium,
and allows one outdoor condensing unit to be connected to multiple indoor fan-coil units (FCUs), each
individually controllable by its user, while modulating the amount of refrigerant being sent to each evaporator.
By operating at varying speeds, VRF units work only at the needed rate allowing for substantial energy
savings at part-load conditions.
VRF system consist of:
• outdoor unit (1);
• multiply indoor units (2) (the whole system may consist from 6 or more devices – up to 80);
• connection network among outdoor unit and indoor units – double copper pipe (3);
• set of branching joint (as a connection element) (4).
VARIABLE REFRIGERANT FLOW
Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) is a technology introduced as a system to minimize efficiency losses found in conventional HVAC systems and provide sustainable energy benefits.
An air source VRF system is engineered to minimize or use no ductwork as a saving, save on the cost of large distribution fans, multiple water pumps operation and water piping. Energy efficient and easy to design, install, and maintain, a VRF system has the lowest life cycle cost* of any system on the market today.
* Life cycle cost is the total cost of ownership of machinery and equipment, including its cost of acquisition, operation, maintenance,
conversion and/or decommission.
SHORTEST ROUTE DESIGN BY FREE BRANCHING
Combination of line and branching is highly flexible. This follows for the shortest design route possible, thereby saving on installation time and cost.
WIDE OPERATION RANGE
The unit can operates in wide range of temperatures.