Which one to go for in your new dream project--VRV air conditioning system or split AC systems

by Amili R. SEO

Having a building that stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter – keeping your potential clients and customers comfortable year-round, is something you may take for granted. 

Understanding your commercial building’s air conditioning requirement is an important detail for many reasons, not the least of which is keeping the system humming along so you aren’t stuck baking in the summer when something goes wrong, costing time and money. Here are a few details about commercial building HVAC systems and split air conditioning system and which one is best suited for your home/ commercial building project.

Advantages of VRV System


Individual Control

VRV Systems have the ability to enable zones on the same or different floors for providing individual air conditioning control through refnet VRV. Additionally, a VRV system uses a single outdoor unit for multiple indoor units.



Due to individual temperature control, VRV systems are quite lower on cost. When compared to other systems, VRV systems are the only ones with the ability to heat or cool specific spaces simultaneously. For instance, if you want a certain temperature in you living room, while the kids are sleeping in another room, you can easily alter these two separately without affecting the other.


Energy -Efficient

VRV systems are capable enough to reuse heat from various rooms through the refrigerant pipe using heat recovery technology. They can reuse heat from places like the server and offices for providing heat to other areas, warm water, and heat applications according to your needs.


Advantages of Split System


Lesser Energy Loss

When compared to other centralized air conditioning system, the split system doesn’t waste energy in the duct systems as they have two localized component sections. 



While these systems require electrical wiring and specialized installation techniques, they are easier to maintain and operate.

Additionally, split system are considered to be one of the affordable and efficient techniques for controlling heat. 


Air Purification

Some split system are capable of purifying the air and obstructing dust and allergens from entering the building.


A VRV system might require you to spend more money initially, while giving solid returns in the long run. A split system, on the other hand is integrated with two operating components, such as a fan and an evaporator.  Here, the system is fitted inside the building, whereas the compressor unit is situated outside the building. 

While both these systems are equally competent high efficiency central air conditioners, a VRV HVAC is best suited for commercial buildings. A split AC (inverter variant) should be the first choice, when buying for your residential space.

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