Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi’s Mr Slim units supreme versatility

  • 24 Jan 2018

Mitsubishi Electric‘s new range of Standard Inverter Mr Slim units are set to allow more businesses to reap the benefits of advanced, energy efficient heating and cooling.

Available in kilowatt sizes of 10kW, 12.5kW and 14kW, the new Mr Slim Standard Inverter single-fan outdoor units will work with ceiling cassette, ceiling concealed ducted units, wall-mounted, ceiling suspended and floor mounted units.

Graham Temple, Marketing Manager for the company’s range of split air conditioning, commented: “These are highly cost-effective systems that offer a wide range of indoor units and are available in both single and 3-phase models.

“Changing these sizes to a single fan design makes the outdoor unit more compact and smaller and increases the applications that can benefit from outstanding performance and flexibility.”

R410A units offer advanced control options and quiet operation, meaning this range has extreme flexibility and ease of installation guaranteed whilst being extremely cost effective.

Many of the features and benefits from Mitsubishi Electric’s air conditioning ranges are contained, ensuring this highly effective solution includes increased internal comfort, a ducted system of only 250mm in height and optional enhancements; 3D i-see sensor grilles and filter lowering operation down to four metres to name two.

All units are available with immediate effect and further details can be obtained from http://airconditioning.mitsubishielectric.co.uk/Products/Pages/Mr-Slim-Range.aspx

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

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