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What is the difference between Single Split Air Conditioner and VRF-FS Multi Air Conditioning System? Which one is better?

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Asked by Raman, 23 Dec '11 02:48 pm
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If there are no exposed walls a Split AC is the only option. In addition, in a Split AC the compressor is kept outside and hence, noise levels are lower. Panasonics FS Multi Air-Conditioning System is a Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) air-conditioning system which utilizes one single outdoor unit to independently control up to 16*5 indoor units, enabling precise temperature control while minimizing the requirement for space-consuming outdoor units. Equipped with Panasonic's Intelligent Inverter Technology, the FS Multi Air-Conditioning System allows better space management, energy efficiency, and is the ideal cooling solution for medium-sized residential and commercial structures. New easy to install VRF, especially design for home and small commercial buildings. In terms of technology VRF-FS Multi Air Conditioning system is better than Single Split Air Conditioner.
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Answered by Rits, 23 Dec '11 02:52 pm

 
  
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Split Air Conditioners are used for Residential purpose whereas VRVs are best for commercial buildings. VRV is the latest and most revolutionary technologies used for large sized buildings. The system offers large outdoor capacities, greater energy savings, easier installation, longer actual and total piping, and more.
Answered by Sneha Bajaj, 06 Jan '12 03:58 pm

 
  
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Both are the advanced technology and both have its own good benefits. We cannot say that one technology is better than the other.
Answered by Neha Singh, 23 Dec '11 02:56 pm

 
  
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