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  1. #14
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    Excellent guidance, thanks for your feedback. Much appreciated.

  2. #15
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    Rheem's minis are made by Fujitsu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    Rheem's minis are made by Fujitsu.
    Ahh ok. I meant to look that up the other day and forgot. Thanks.
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  4. #17
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    Not sure if Rheem gets the VRFs though. Rheem is making the full residential line for Fujitsu. So now Fujitsu has furnaces, conventional splits, packs.

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    I have a hard time believing that the contractors install crews are trained in all of these different brands. These are very expensive and complex pieces of equipment, that require expensive classes to be taken to be qualified to even touch. I took Daikins VRV-4 class, the install portion was 3 days in Phoenix and 90+% of it was working on laptops programming it. Since they will all be different in their software and install procedures, do you find it likely that the hvac sub is cross trained in all these brands? I would be requiring
    to see certifications of their install crews for any large VRV project along with a reference list of customers that have had this equipment installed.

  6. #19
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    I am currently looking at Diakins VRV system and really like the specs I see with their Swing Compressor.

    Our homeowners here in CA are looking at VRF & VRV anticipating upcoming bans on fossil fuel.

    Once someone experiences either system properly installed. ..Game On!

    I really like the ceiling cassettes!

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