Mitsubishi Electric

Stylish new air conditioning from Mitsubishi Electric

  • 28 Sep 2017

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A new line-up of wall-mounted air conditioning units from Mitsubishi Electric looks ideal for providing energy efficient air conditioning for small businesses.
 
With a sophisticated, streamlined design and a comprehensive range of features, the M Series MSZ-LN range is the first product in the company’s UK range to utilise a refrigerant called ‘R32’, which has a low global warming potential (GWP).
 
The MSZ-LN range offers a choice of four sizes from 2.5kW to 6.1kW, with four distinct indoor wall units, available in Ruby Red, Onyx Black, Pearl White and Natural White colours. A matching, colour co-ordinated room controller is also available.
 
A built-in Wi-Fi interface enables full control and monitoring via the company’s MELCloud App, and a sophisticated i-see Sensor in the unit automatically monitors room occupancy, position and body temperatures to deliver customised comfort.
 
“This is a major product evolution which will show the market exactly how air conditioning using R32 can perform,” explains Donald Daw, commercial director for the company. 
 
“Our engineers have put their heart and soul into developing a superb range of indoor units that offers better efficiencies and more features.
 
“We see this model as ideal for high-end, stylish situations and have already had a lot of interest from our customers. R32 is expected to quickly become the standard for split type air conditioning systems and we have more products lined up for the UK market in the coming months.”

Mitsubishi Electric Living Systems,
Travellers Lane,
Hatfield,
Hertfordshire,
AL10 8XB
United Kingdom

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