Daikin VRV & Mitsubishi Electric VRF are the ideal heating and cooling system for light commercial applications and large domestic houses. Each Daikin VRV & Mitsubishi Electric VRF series can connect as many as 12 to 14 indoor units to a single outdoor unit.

What is a VRF System?

VRF systems are a sophisticated HVAC system that uses refrigerant as the cooling and heating medium. They are special systems that are gaining popularity and are considered as enhanced versions of multi-head split systems.

What does VRF stand for and what is VRV and VRF technology?

Most people assume that VRV and VRF are different. However, the two are the same. The only difference is in the meanings of their acronyms:

VRF stands for Variable Refrigerant Flow, while VRV stands for Variable Refrigerant Volume. Though there is a difference in their names, VRF and VRV refers to the same HVAC technology that was invented by Daikin Industries, Ltd. in 1982.

The Structure:

Though there may be minor variations, VRF/VRV systems are generally the same. They typically contain an outdoor unit that contains one or multiple compressors that connect to several indoor units using refrigerant piping, Refnet Joints and communication wiring.

The Advantages:

The VRF/VRV system offers some advantages over the traditional HVAC system. The prominent ones include:

  • Construction flexibility – The entire system is relatively simple to install and allows for future expansion.
  • Energy efficiency – The system is more energy efficient than traditional systems. This is not only good for your pocket but also helps minimise your environmental impact of air conditioning.
  • Good zoning control – Each zone is efficiently controller to improve occupant comfort. These systems provide simultaneous cooling and heating with heat-recovery.
  • Quiet performance – these systems make less noise than traditional split systems significantly improving comfort for users.

Minimum 5 Year Warranty On All Products.

Daikin’s VRV is a great alternative when Multi Head systems wont cut the mustard.


VRV’s can handle more head units, longer pipe runs, and the compact nature of the outdoor unit enables flexible positioning of the condenser and ensures the external aesthetics of your commercial or residential projects are unaffected.

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For greater versatility, the Mitsubishi Electric VRF System features an innovative design that allows up to 12 indoor units to be connected to a single outdoor unit.

It allows you to select the most suitable model for any type of room and make the best use of available space by reducing the number of outdoor units necessary.


Choice of 3 phase or single phase models, adaptable with up to 12 units installed with individual control.

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Available in “Mini VRF”

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