The market is sure to reap the benefits of new single-fan air conditioning units launched by Mitsubishi Electric, offering Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) in what is its smallest City Multi chassis to date.
Commonly referred to as mini-VRF, these provide multi-room heating or cooling for projects under 20kW, offering improved efficiency, flexibility and controllability when compared to multi-split systems.
In an age whereby developers have to consider not only equipment costs but limited space also, mini-VRF systems certainly become a hugely desirable proposition.
These models can be specified for all manner of instances, including boutique hotels, retail and high-end, designer outlets and mixed-use buildings, where the outdoor unit can often prove challenging in terms of siting, noise level and height
Product specialist, Jordan Jeewood, commented: “Developers can mix and match different indoor units from our M Series, Mr Slim and City Multi VRF range including our stylish new wall-mounted units to provide complete design flexibility and makes the PUMY a great choice for multi-room applications.
“The current models are all single phase but we will also have 3-phase models available in May, and they are also able to work with the stylish, coloured MSZ-LN wall-mounted indoor units which makes this a unique offering to the market.”
For more details on the range of Mitsubishi Electric systems, access the company’s document library by email – [email protected] or phone – 01707 282880
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