Lisa E. Crosley, President, EnviroControl Systems, explains the value of VRF technology and EnviroControl Systems’ technical expertise related to this emerging technology.

The world of HVAC continues to develop new technologies.  One of the more recent is VRF, which stands for Variable Refrigerant Flow. First introduced world-wide by Daiken in 1982, VRF technology was introduced into the United States around the early 2000s.  EnviroControl Systems is proud of its completed projects using VRF technology, and the training its team members have received in both start-up and service of VRF units.  EnviroControl Systems’ VRF projects include retail stores, schools, office tenant build-outs, and a variety of historic reuse projects.

VRF systems use refrigerant for both heating and air-conditioning.  These ductless systems are customizable to meet the specification of each project, making them particularly appealing for commercial spaces and facility managers.

VRF technology offers a variety of benefits including energy efficiency, customizable temperature settings, and scalability to residential use under certain conditions, and quiet operation.

When deciding if VRF technology suits your commercial application, EnviroControl Systems will consider the needs of a specific project, building size, and space constraints among other important factors.

Initial cost outlay of VRF systems may be more expensive than traditional technology, but the pay-back period and energy saving during the life cycle of the system makes VRF worth considering.

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