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Article Date: 16th November 2017

Samsung Pushes Industry Boundaries with Launch of World’s Largest Single 3 Pipe Heat Recovery VRF Outdoor Unit

Heat Recovery VRF - Heating and Cooling - Air Conditioning

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Samsung, a world leader in heating and cooling, has shown industry innovation through the launch of its single 3 pipe Heat Recovery VRF outdoor unit – the largest system of its kind in the world.

The single 30HP (84kW) outdoor unit tops the extended range, which also includes new 28HP, 26HP and 24HP capacity systems. These models are extremely versatile and can be combined to create 90HP (252kW) VRF systems.

This new range of air conditioning systems incorporate Samsung’s flash injection technology compressors, which improve efficiency and heat output in low ambient conditions. The models also enhance the intelligent defrost feature that ensures continuous heating up to 40% longer than competitor models.

Samsung’s research and development team has designed the models to provide superior air comfort for businesses and with sophisticated controls, these are the ideal heating and cooling systems for large commercial buildings.

To complement the new system, a revised range of 3 pipe refrigerant distribution boxes has been added to the product line up, including a new 1-way box. The existing 2, 4 and 6-way boxes have been redesigned to allow both parallel (connected by branch pipes) and serial connections. This is where the boxes are piped directly together using common pipework, reducing the number of branch pipe joints and therefore brazes.

Andrew Faulkner, Commercial Manager of Air Conditioning comments: "We are proud to deliver the world’s largest 3 pipe heat recovery VRF outdoor unit. Businesses have different heating and cooling requirements and this large system enables us to provide larger properties with an effective air conditioning system that is right for them."

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