Mitsubishi Electric

Innovative R32 range showcased in brochure

  • 8 Nov 2017

Mitsubishi Electric has produced a new brochure for the advanced Mr Slim R32 Power Inverter range, designed to offer higher efficiency, added features and increased performance.

This air conditioning product also comes at the same price as the existing R410A Mr Slim Power Inverter line up.

The Mr Slim R32 Power Inverter line-up features ten outdoor units, offering single-phase and 3-phase options, with a capacity range from 3.5 to 14kW.

25 individual indoor units are available as ceiling cassettes, ceiling concealed ducted, wall-mounted and ceiling suspended models.

The extended pipe runs includes a 30-metre lift; unique in the UK for this type of product. The longer pipe runs are designed to make Mr Slim R32 even more flexible, allowing systems to be installed where previous site restrictions would not allow.

The brochure also highlights the advanced and unique features that the new R32 systems offer, including a 3D i-See Sensor with a highly accurate 360º motion detector, which helps improve comfort and efficiency, and a easy to lower grille which aids maintenance.

The units are designed to provide powerful heating, even on the coldest of days. When compared to the R410A Power Inverter, full heating capacity is maintained down to outside temperatures of -3º C.

Visit www.timeforR32.co.uk for more information and to details on how to download the brochure.

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

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