Mr Slim changes

In line with its ambitious green agenda, environmental control systems manufacturer, Mitsubishi Electric has announced that it has phased out all R407c, fixed-speed models on its Mr Slim range and replaced them with new R410A, inverter-driven models which deliver much better energy performance especially at partial loads.
Four new outdoor models have been introduced to the line-up, in 19 and 22kW sizes. All four are three-phase, 415 volt models and come in the new compact twin-fan, side-blow design. Replacing the larger single-fan vertical blow models, the footprint has been reduced by more than 50% and the weight by 33%, allowing the new models to be wall mounted. Both sizes are available in Power Inverter or Standard Inverter models.
“All the new Power Inverter models deliver a 10% improvement in energy performance over 2007 models to help customers reduce the amount of energy their buildings consume,” explained Peter Cole, Product Manager.
Pipe runs for the Power Inverter range have also increased to up to 120m. The new lower-cost, Standard Inverter units replace the 2007 fixed-speed models and have a pipe run of up to 70m.
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