VRV System Melbourne
About VRV System
VRV stands for Variable Refrigerant Volume, which is a fancy saying that multiple indoor units operate off a single outdoor unit. This means that you can have more individual cooling power without having to increase the size of your outdoor unit.
That’s one reason VRV air conditioning is so popular. The other reason is that VRV is so efficient!
All you need to do is set the temperature, and that temperature remains constant. With an individual system, you would need to reset it every time you want to change rooms. But with VRV, once you’ve set the temperature to your desired level, it will continue to run until it reaches that level.
You can set up your VRV Air Conditioning system in multiple zones, allowing each room to be cooled individually without adjusting settings or turning units on and off! This makes it very convenient if you’re running air conditioners in different rooms at different times.
How does the VRV System work?
The VRV Aircon System is an innovative technology that provides the best in climate control solutions. While other system designs are forced to be either an energy-consuming ambient temperature or constant temperature system, VRV systems are able to deliver the most efficient level of comfort at all times.
As it comprises several units connected together in a network, VRV systems have a unique ability to change the refrigerant flow to accommodate any temperature changes. It works on the principle of alternating refrigerant volumes to match a building’s precise needs. Only a minimum amount of energy is required for a system to maintain set temperatures and ensure that it automatically shuts off when no occupants are detected in a room.
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What are the running costs?
The main running cost of the VRV Split System is electricity. If you use your VRV to heat a house, your electricity bill will be more or less what it would have been without the VRV, except that you’ll have lower heating bills. That’s because the VRV heats with gas rather than oil or propane, so it uses less energy per unit of heat delivered.
The only other significant running cost of the VRV system is maintenance. Some components, like filters and thermostats, need to be replaced every few years; others, like compressors and pumps, last decades. The actual costs of maintenance depend on how well you maintain your systems- if you ignore leaks in your ducts or don’t replace filters when they get clogged with dust or dirt, then your maintenance costs will be higher than necessary.
Why should you choose a VRV system?
VRV Multi Split Systems are widely available. The systems are designed in such a way that they can easily be installed in most residential or commercial buildings.
- High energy efficiency: It helps lower cooling costs an average of 8% compared with conventional central air-conditioning systems.
- Flexibility – allows users to modify their current configuration as needs change.
- Lower carbon footprint: reduces greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 40% compared with conventional systems.
- Integrated design: integrates all indoor and outdoor components into one complete unit.
- Auto Changeover Mode (ACM): A unique mechanism that reduces energy consumption by automatically changing over between single-zone and multi-zone operations.