Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric launches 2020 product catalogue

  • 2 Apr 2020

Mitsubishi Electric has announced the availability of its 2020 Product Catalogue, highlighting its range of market leading solutions to cool, heat and ventilate the nation’s commercial and domestic buildings.

The 2020 product Catalogue features Mitsubishi Electric’s extensive range of air conditioning units, Chillers, IT cooling, heating, ventilation and control systems, all designed to lower energy consumption and running costs, whilst providing complete, controllable comfort.

The company has led the market in developing a full range of air conditioning units using lower Global Warming Potential R32, including the unique R32 VRF and Hybrid VRF systems.

It is a pioneer in the renewable heating sector with the award-winning and Ultra Quiet Ecodan range and offers an advanced range of commercial heat pumps.

Also included is the complete range of modular and traditional chillers along with the advanced line up of IT cooling products, designed specifically for critical IT and telephony.

And, with indoor air quality always in the news, the comprehensive line up of Lossnay heat recovery ventilation systems and air handling units offer energy efficient, fresh air solutions.

The catalogue and the 2020 Price List can be downloaded from the Mitsubishi Electric Document Library here or via its app.

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

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