Small Heat Pump Is Designed for Lodging Industry

Friedrich Air Conditioning Co., a U.S.-based manufacturer of air conditioners and other home environment products, has introduced a space-saving 7,000-Btu version of its award-winning VRP (Variable Refrigerant Packaged) Heat Pump system to address the needs of the lodging industry for a high-efficiency, cost-effective in-closet heating solution that delivers indoor air quality for smaller spaces.

Friedrich Air Conditioning’s new smaller-sized VRP unit, called VRP studio.

Designed to accommodate the latest trends in the lodging industry where smaller, better insulated rooms are increasingly common, the smaller unit called VRP studio, takes up less space, provides effective heating, cooling and dehumidification, and yet still allows customized comfort and sophisticated indoor air quality capabilities in compliance with ASHRAE 62.1 requirements for MUA (make-up air). The smaller-sized VRP studio unit allows for retrofit into existing Vert-I-Pak or VRP applications to help create quieter, cleaner and more comfortable environments while offering simplified installation and maintenance benefits.

The VRP studio joins the family of award-winning Friedrich VRP solutions which includes 1-, 2- and 3-ton in-closet, single packaged units suitable for larger hotel rooms and suites, multifamily and other applications. VRP studio is based on the company’s technology that features variable refrigerant flow and a Precision Inverter compressor that delivers cooling and heating performance, increased efficiencies and reduced sound—all without the cost or complexity of a large central air system. Now available with Friedrich’s enhanced FreshAire IAQ options, VRP units also incorporate the latest design and best practices for exceptional indoor air quality with powerful MUA capabilities, enhanced MERV 13 filtration, air purification and UV-C technologies to help eliminate pathogens and pollutants.

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