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VRF Air Conditioning Services

If you’re considering switching to a more energy-efficient and temperature-consistent HVAC unit for large premises, consider a VRF air conditioning system.

VRF, which stands for Variant Refrigerant Flow, is an innovative, large-scale ductless system that can perform at high capacity. At Easy Cool Air, we can supply, install and repair VRF air conditioning units for commercial and residential use.

Why VRF?

If you’re considering switching to a more energy-efficient and temperature-consistent HVAC unit for large premises, consider a VRF air conditioning system.

VRF, which stands for Variant Refrigerant Flow, is an innovative, large-scale ductless system that can perform at high capacity. At Easy Cool Air, we can supply, install and repair VRF air conditioning units for commercial and residential use.

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When in need of VRF systems, contact us for assistance. We supply high-quality VRF AC units as well as other cooling systems that may fit your needs. Our expert technicians also offer reliable air conditioning installation and repair services to commercial, industrial and residential clients in Cairns.

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Frequently Asked Questions About VRF Air Conditioning Units

The basic difference between the two is that in split AC units, each indoor is connected to one outdoor unit. Meanwhile, VRF has several indoors connected to a single or double outdoor unit. The process of ducting in split-types is easy, but VRF ducting requires careful design.

Generally, VRF technology is better suited for bigger building structures, while split-type ACs are ductless systems used more often in domestic applications. If you’re unsure which to pick for your needs, our team can help you decide.

VRF and VRV — which stands for Variable Refrigerant Volume — are essentially the same. Their difference is that the former is the original technology, and the latter is a copyrighted term by Daikin Industries.

In other words, Daikin VRF is called VRV, and other manufacturers use the term VRF for the same HVAC technology.