Ductless systems for diversely occupied buildings

Water-Source VRF Ductless Systems are energy-efficient climate solutions designed to use water as the energy exchange medium to heat and cool.
By Trane January 13, 2015

Water-Source VRF Ductless Systems are energy-efficient climate solutions designed uses water as the energy exchange medium to heat and cool the system's condenser. Courtesy: TraneTrane’s Water-Source VRF Ductless Systems are energy-efficient climate solutions designed for diversely occupied buildings including commercial real estate, K-12, and higher education facilities. The Trane water-source VRF uses water as the energy exchange medium to heat and cool the system’s condenser. Using adjacent water or geothermal sources, water-source VRF can draw upon stable water temperatures to dissipate heat during peak cooling periods and act as a heat source when in heating mode. Alternatively, systems can be connected to a cooling tower to reject energy from the building or a boiler to add heat in colder climate applications. 

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