Inverter compressor system

The VRV III system from Daikin AC is the 7th generation of the original launched in 1982 and has been completely re-engineered for taller and larger buildings. The system features the new Daikin Inverter compressor system to ensure demand satisfaction throughout connected zones across the complete operation cycle.

02/01/2008


The VRV III system from Daikin AC is the 7th generation of the original launched in 1982 and has been completely re-engineered for taller and larger buildings. The system features the new Daikin Inverter compressor system to ensure demand satisfaction throughout connected zones across the complete operation cycle. With a choice of 460V/3Ph/60Hz or 208-230V/3Ph/60Hz, the heat pump or heat recovery configurations power up to 20-ton capacity from a single piping network. The system allows up to 41 indoor fan coil units, a 200% connection index, and integrated controls, with BMS options and piping limitations. Total pipe length has been increased 328% to 3,280 ft.

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