Variable Refrigerant Flow
GPG-006, December 2012
Variable Refrigerant Flow is an HVAC technology that can simultaneously heat and cool different spaces in a facility and allow for greater temperature control while conserving energy. This technology has the potential to achieve 34 percent energy savings compared to older systems. Click on the infographic below to enlarge.
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