The APR Control:
The APR can be installed on both new and retrofit projects; allowing you to keep existing in-place systems and still achieve variable capacity at a reduced budget.
The initial costs of APR Control is significantly less than the alternative compressor technologies. This low initial cost greatly outweighs the cost disadvantage of VRF system’s installation, maintenance, and repair.
APR Control’s low failure rate results in lower service and maintenance costs.
Variable Speed Alternatives:
The initial cost and installation of replacing existing equipment with an entirely new systems equipped with variable speed compressors is considerable.
The cost of replacement parts (ex. computer chips/boards) for the newer technologies is another significant cost disadvantage when it comes to repairing Digital Scroll Compressors, VRV, or VRF systems.