VRV and VRF Systems
VRV (Variable Refrigerant Volume) and VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) airconditioning systems utilise building roofs to provide an energy efficient solution to your cooling and heating needs.
These systems can simultaneously keep one room cool, for example a store-room or kitchen, whilst provide warmth to another part of the building with ease.
We have extensive experience installing high quality cooling and heating air conditioning units to air condition your premises throughout the commercial sector, especially within restaurants and hotels.
Many of our air conditioning units allow for individual control – so, for example, if you would like your seating area to be warm and welcoming in the winter, but need to cool the air in the kitchens, then one of our systems would suit you perfectly, and we can install both the VRV and VRF systems, meaning you save space and money by utilising energy efficient systems that are installed on your roof, rather that your floor or using up window space but if space is an issue then a split system maybe the best alternative for your commercial air conditioning system
Choosing a VRV or VRF system will also mean that you are able to benefit from tax credits and lower fuel bills because they are energy-saving and maybe subject to the enhanced capital tax relief scheme
This video shows an installation and gives a good of a system design and layout.
Air conditioning units
We have a variety of designs to suit every layout and requirement. Three popular air conditioning unit choices for commercial air conditioning cooling and heating projects are the Cassette and Ducted styles:
- Cassette units are square shaped and fixed to ceiling voids, largely out of view unless clients look upwards. Four fascias then blow hot or cold air in each respective direction, which allows for a gentle airflow about the room making it a good choice for commercial air conditioning for restaurants or hotels.
- Ducted style units are the most unobtrusive units. The entire unit, including its’ pipe work and ducts are hidden out of sight above the ceiling. All that can be seen by clients are the small and discreet air diffusers that placed strategically around the ceiling to provide full and subtle air coverage
- Wall mounted systems maybe a good option for commercial air conditioning if the ceiling is an issue, some premises prefer a split system which is ideal for smaller spaces, they are smart and stylish and can be set for heating or cooling. Energy efficient commercial air conditioning with low running costs.