Variable Refrigerant Flow
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. View full-size infographic. [PDF - 231 KB]
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- Tools: Directory of Certified Product Performance (AHRI, 2016)
- Overview: VRF Offers Flexible, Energy-Efficient Heating and Cooling (J. Edwards, 08-2014)
- Standards: AHRI Standard 1230-2010. Performance Rating of Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Multi-Split Air-Conditioning and Heat Pump Equipment (AHRI, 2010)