Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems solve many challenges associated with commercial construction and facility management. Electric-run, VRF technology helps buildings become more sustainable and energy efficient. This benefits cities, states and building owners looking to reduce carbon emissions and deal with rising energy costs. These heat pump systems are more compact, more flexible in design and generate less noise than their traditional HVAC counterparts, making them ideal for both new construction and retrofit projects.
While these benefits drive the growing popularity of VRF technology, less known are the opportunities to avoid or reduce costs with VRF systems. This White Paper helps HVAC specifiers counter the misconception of VRF technology as “expensive” and explains how building owners and developers can realize financial savings and competitive advantages throughout the system’s life cycle.
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