Daikin VRV is a name synonymous with market leading air conditioning systems for larger, commercial applications, and pitched as the ‘industry standard’ in commercial building climate control.
Since pioneering the very first VRV, or variable refrigerant volume system back in 1982, Daikin have worked tirelessly to perfect their VRV air conditioning systems, whilst consistently setting the standards in relation to commercial building air conditioning systems.
VRV vs VRF
One of the questions we are asked most frequently, in relation to Daikin VRV systems is, “what are the differences between a VRV, and a VRF system?” The answer to this being surprisingly simple, in that Daikin trademarked VRV when they invented the technology, whilst other manufacturers refer to their equivalent technologies as VRF, or variable refrigerant flow systems.
Daikin VRV Energy Efficiency
Daikin VRV systems are highly energy efficient because of how they regulate the flow of refrigerant gas between individual zones or indoor units across an installation. Further to this, Daikin VRV heat recovery systems are also able recover and utilise heat energy from areas of a building being cooled, transferring the recovered heat energy into areas needing to be heated. This helps to better regulate the ambient temperature across a zone, or entire building, maximising energy efficiency and increasing user comfort along the way.
Daikin VRV Outdoor Units
To accommodate varied applications and building types, there are a number of Daikin VRV outdoor units within the VRV range, and these include both ductless and ducted solutions.
All of the Daikin ductless VRV 5 outdoor units utilise the latest Bluevolution technology and include the VRV 5 heat recovery unit, the VRV 5 heat pump unit, and the VRV 5 S-series mini VRV unit. Further to this, Daikin also provide a water-cooled solution by way of their VRV + series outdoor unit, and a ducted solution by way of their VRV IV I-series outdoor unit. This range of options facilitates a wide range of applications and a discreet installation into most building types.
Daikin VRV Indoor Units
Pairing with their comprehensive range of outdoor units, Daikin also produce a range of VRV compatible indoor units including both concealed and free-standing solutions. These solutions include a range of air curtains, ceiling cassettes, concealed ducted, floor mounted and wall units.
Daikin VRV Installation
As a long standing, and fully accredited Daikin D1 Business Partner, Air Options provide Daikin VRV installation across London and the Home Counties and have installed many VRV systems within a wide range of commercial buildings throughout our service area.
Our highly skilled team of system designers and Daikin VRV installers pride themselves on their expertise, in providing fully managed installation projects of the highest professional standards, taking the headache out of installing a Daikin VRV system for you, the end user.
Daikin VRV Maintenance
Following the installation of any VRV system, we strongly recommend regular, scheduled Daikin VRV maintenance, and as a trusted D1 partner, can provide a dedicated Daikin VRV maintenance package. Here at Air Options, we will be happy to carry out the regular servicing and maintenance of your system, maintaining it to the highest industry standards, and on most occasions, will also be able to maintain a system we have not installed ourselves, should you require us to do so.
Daikin VRV Repair
Daikin VRV systems are among some of the most reliable commercial air conditioning systems available, but should you be unfortunate enough to experience a breakdown, Air Options are always on hand to provide Daikin VRV repair.
Fully qualified and accredited, our team of Daikin D1 certified repair engineers are usually able to diagnose and repair a Daikin VRV system in a time-efficient, and cost-effective fashion, reducing downtime and any negative impacts on your business.