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Mitsubishi Electric launches new NX2 chiller

Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new Climaveneta-branded NX2 range of air source scroll chillers, expanding the NX2 family and offering improved energy efficiency and sustainability.

As a plug and play solution with low noise levels the chillers are the ideal solution for HVAC plants within hotels, offices, leisure centres, hospitals, and universities.

The new chillers complete the NX2 range, offering a two and four scroll compressor version with a capacity range from 40 to 376 kW.

Both options are available with the lower-GWP R454B refrigerant, ensuring high levels of energy efficiency alongside quality comfort cooling, as well as R410A. The complete range is Eurovent certified and far exceeds the minimum seasonal efficiency level of 2021 imposed by EcoDesign Directive.

The systems have been designed for perfect acoustic wellbeing, and operate at lower noise levels than the previous range, helping them to achieve one of the best sound power levels in the market, while maintaining the same performance and footprint as the standard acoustic version.

They are also designed with high levels of seasonal efficiency in mind, and achieve excellent SEER values that are over 11% higher than the previous range. These values could be boosted by selecting the optional UP kit (Ultra Performance kit), achieving top efficiency levels on the market.

James Chaplen, Senior Product Manager at Mitsubishi Electric, said “We’re thrilled to expand the NX2 product range with two plug-and-play solutions. With high efficiencies at full and part load, low sound levels and ease of installation, the NX2 range is the ideal choice for both new projects and to replace old units in existing plants. The integrated hydronic modules guarantee simplified installation and time-saving commissioning – creating a ready-to-be-installed solution.”

The new ranges are also equipped with additional state-of-the-art options, including optional smart controls such as night mode, which brings sound levels to a minimum by reducing resource activity during low load periods, and leak detection.

18 November 2020


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Whitepaper tackles legionella risk

Low occupancy rates in commercial buildings could be leading to a ticking time bomb of water quality issues according to Guardian Water Treatment.

To help building owners take the right steps to prevent these issues, in particular legionella, the company has launched a new whitepaper – Locked down but not forgotten.

In the whitepaper, Guardian draws on its own data from over 30,000 samples taken from commercial buildings, predominantly in London, over a six-month period starting from April 2020 (when the first lockdown began).


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