VRF air conditioning installation diagram

In recent years user expectations of air conditioning systems have significantly changed. Not only do they expect zone heating and cooling, but also demand a range of services that optimise's room comfort and reduces energy and maintenance costs, combined with maximised simplicity and operating flexibility. The system must be energy-efficient, versatile in installation and functionality, flexible in programming and use, reliable and easy to use. There are more and more requests for central and precise management of the system, permitting accurate and personalised calculation of the energy consumption.

VR air conditioning installation examples

VRF- Variable refrigerant flow - air conditioning

Cross air conditioning install Toshiba VRF systems are the perfect answer to all these requirements: and are increasingly used as an alternative to traditional water based heating and cooling systems. Variable refrigerant flow benefits from the advantages of direct expansion linked to inverter control and the most sophisticated electronic control. This technology has many advantages, from the system design to the installation and operation phase.

The wide range of indoor units makes VRF the most flexible choice to satisfy any building requirement. Toshiba has two VRF system ranges, SMMS heat pumps providing cooling and heating, and SHRM units providing simultaneous heating and cooling - both unique, energy-efficient and versatile.

The right system for you?

There are many factors that will influence the decision on what system and products are right for you; from the size and use of the building to the degree of control you need over the climate.

Our experienced engineers and system designers will guide you through the process to ensure the recommended system is absolutely fit for purpose and gives you the control and peace of mind you need. Call us for a free site survey and expert advice on 0845 603 4135 or fill in the enquiry for in 'Contact us'.