Why VRF?

Keep your occupants saying “Ahhh.”

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems provide a single refrigerant circuit that connects multiple indoor units to one outdoor unit. VRF systems also offer improved humidity control, individual set points per indoor unit, and a quieter comfort experience.

With heat recovery configurations, VRF also provides for heating and cooling simultaneously in different zones, further enhancing energy savings and increasing occupant comfort.

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More energy efficient and easier to design, install, and maintain, a VRF system has a lower life cycle cost compared to other systems on the market today.

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LG has developed a whole suite of innovative features which provide operational and energy efficiencies for our VRF systems. These end-to-end solutions are perfectly suited for a number of commercial applications such as reducing system down time to the seamless integration of the LG MultiSITE™ controls platform.

Installation of VRF systems are comparably priced to other HVAC systems by avoiding additional expenses, such as the need for piping, ducts, and structural costs related to installing other system types. Considering that heating, ventilation, and air conditioning account for 35% of total building energy consumption, lowered operating costs can add up quickly.1
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