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    VRF Design on Night Club / Dance Club



    Hi fren
    could any body guide me how to design the VRF system on Night club. Dance club where as

    estimated people will be around 500-600 and the height of the floor is approx.15mtr

    waiting for your positive response.



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    Re: VRF Design on Night Club / Dance Club

    The same way as you would design an ordinary air conditioning system.

    You might also request design assistance from the manufacturer of the VRF system that you plan to install.
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    Re: VRF Design on Night Club / Dance Club

    Quote Originally Posted by anil130 View Post
    Hi fren
    could any body guide me how to design the VRF system on Night club. Dance club where as

    estimated people will be around 500-600 and the height of the floor is approx.15mtr

    waiting for your positive response.
    loads of variables but we did a 300-400 old night club in a basement with 10 x 12.5kw splits. much better way than vrf you can afford to lose one unit but a vrf will take down too much cooling if it fails.

    if night time temperatures are low & space available etc then use a 100% fresh air ducted with cooling back up. large rooftop units are the way to go. a much better solution, better filters and access water leaks etc but needs better design and is less flexible.subject to site visit obvs

    http://www.daikintech.co.uk/Data/Roo...1_Databook.pdf
    Last edited by r.bartlett; 26-06-2018 at 04:51 PM.

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    Re: VRF Design on Night Club / Dance Club

    Quote Originally Posted by r.bartlett View Post
    loads of variables but we did a 300-400 old night club in a basement with 10 x 12.5kw splits. much better way than vrf you can afford to lose one unit but a vrf will take down too much cooling if it fails.

    if night time temperatures are low & space available etc then use a 100% fresh air ducted with cooling back up. large rooftop units are the way to go. a much better solution, better filters and access water leaks etc but needs better design and is less flexible.subject to site visit obvs

    http://www.daikintech.co.uk/Data/Roo...1_Databook.pdf
    thank you sir for your information..

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