Samsung equips the Museum of the Future With smart VRF systems

Samsung equips the Museum of the Future With smart VRF systems

Designed to circulate continuous flows of cooling vertically, Samsung’s VRF systems set to provide higher energy efficiency, individualised control and installation flexibility

Dubai, UAE – 8 March 2022: Samsung Gulf Electronics equipped the Museum of the Future with Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems. VRF systems deliver world-class energy efficiency and an unmatched Energy Efficiency Rating (EERa), and actively support the national sustainability goals by acting as the backbone of the recently opened museum.

The Samsung VRF system was implemented across the operation area in the building with connected individual thermostats and building management system (BACnet) to facilitate and fasten cooling deliveries in real-time. As well as being the largest and most compact DVM system, the Samsung VRF system is also powerful and highly energy efficient. It can therefore save costs and space, while providing more reliable coverage.

Samsung’s VRF systems evoke cutting-edge capabilities all at the benefit of the environment and offer better conditions for large areas through their extensive piping and cooling design. Samsung keeps reimagining new ways of bridging smart solutions with daily needs, for the individual and wider community and the brand’s collaboration with the Museum of the Future is a true token to that commitment.

For more information, please visit: https://www.samsung.com

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