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Cuts energy, reduces costs

MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES has launched a CO2 heat pump for the commercial market. The Q-Ton, an air-to-water heat pump, has been developed to cut energy use and reduce running costs and carbon emissions. The technology includes a compressor which operates in a system that can heat water to 90oC, sustainable even when outdoor temperatures are as low as -25oC. Benefits ...

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Compact and comfortable in store

A compact, energy saving air conditioning system from MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES (MHI) is keeping conditions comfortable for shoppers and staff in a new store for men’s gifts retailer, Menkind. A twin split heat pump from MHI’s FDC range uses “advanced” inverter technology to adjust compressor output to meet demand, ensures that the store in Wakefield stays cool in summer and ...

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For tight siting

Featuring what’s claimed to be an “innovative” vertical design, the new FDF range of floor standing units from mitsubishi heavy industries offers an ideal solution wherever floor and wall space is at a premium, for example in shops, restaurants, clubs and bars. At 1850 mm high and with a footprint of 320 mm x 600 mm, the models have the ...

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Flat fronted inverter heat pump range

Mitsubishi heavy industries has extended its range of inverter heat pump single splits with the new SRK80ZK-S indoor unit, offering 8.0 kW cooling capacity (9.0 kW heating). Using MHI’s variable speed inverter technology, the new model delivers “A-rated air conditioning performance,” says the firm, with an Energy Efficiency Rating of 3.2 for cooling and Co-efficient of Performance of 3.53 in ...

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Discreet and efficient ducts

A VRF heat recovery solution with discreet ducted indoor units has been installed at a new modern boutique hotel extension to the Red Lion Bar and Bistro in Derbyshire. The VRF heat recovery solution, manufactured and supplied by MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, provides heating and cooling as required in each of the 27 bedrooms, while a Twin Split System keeps the ...

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Simple interfaces reach wider audience

MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES has launched two air conditioning controllers designed to strengthen its controls product range and provide advanced control options via newly designed and simplified high resolution interfaces.  The AT-50A is an MNET centralised controller which offers the ability to control and monitor 50 indoor units via a touch screen interface. The controller is an addition to the company’s ...

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Full recovery

A new fire station for Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service includes cooling and heating  from MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES (MHI). AMP Air Conditioning has supplied a VRF heat recovery system from MHI’s KXRE6 range for the project. Offering a high degree of climate control, the energy saving system operates with three inter-connecting pipes to provide heating and cooling to individual indoor ...

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air conditioning; Office block cuts emissions

A new VRF air conditioning system from MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES is encouraging better productivity, it is claimed, and qualified for a grant from the Carbon Trust for 25% of the capital costs for tenants of a large office block in Telford. Stratum House has replaced an inefficient gas central heating system with a heat recovery system from MHI’s KXR inverter ...

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VRF heat pump system

A VRF heat pump system from MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES has been specified at the University of Manchester to replace “outdated” air conditioning equipment serving a computer science laboratory. The lab in the Sackville Street building has been replaced with the latest two-pipe heat pump system from MHI’s KX6 range, utilising eco-friendly R410A refrigerant and achieving a CoP of up to ...

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Chilling out in hotels

An easy-to-use air conditioning controller, specifically designed for use in hotel rooms, has been introduced by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. The RCH-E3 controller has been proven in use with Mitsubishi's VRF systems. The controller has features of the RC-E3, but only the simple functions which a hotel guest will need. Offering control over on/off operation and fan speed, it also prevents ...

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