Daikin makes major advances in VRV

Daikin’s VRV IV HR heat-recovery system is over 32% more efficient than previous systems and can be installed more quickly than any other heat-recovery system available. The improved efficiency comes from the interplay of variable-refrigerant-temperature technology and updated system design — including a new compressor made using thixo-casting technology and a 4-sided G coil.

The modular concept of the system enables it to be scaled to suit any size of building and to be reconfigured if occupants needs or internal layouts change.

Compact, lightweight BS boxes have up to 16 ports. Spare ports enable additional indoor units to be connected without having to pump down the complete system.

An installation can integrate heating, cooling, ventilation, air curtains and hot water — recovering heat from areas that require cooling.

Daikin’s Intelligent Touch Manager can also link climate control with third-party systems.

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