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Mitsubishi Electric to exhibit at PHEX

Mitsubishi Electric is exhibiting at this year’s PHEX+ Show (stand 7) which takes place on 20th and 21st May at Alexandra Palace in London.

PHEX (The ‘Plumbing & Heating Exhibitions’) is one of the leading regional trade exhibition series for the installer, contractor and local authority sector. The show is expanding to target building services engineers, commercial contractors/installers, facilities managers, M&E engineers and commercial specifiers from the public sector.

Graham Temple, marketing manager for Mitsubishi Electric’s heating systems division, said: 'The Alexandra Palace event is always busy and the addition of a more commercial focus to the traditional domestic line up means we will be able to demonstrate the value we can bring to both sectors'.

The company will be showcasing its domestic and commercial Ecodan heat pump ranges and business development manager, Chris Newman, is presenting a seminar on Heat Pumps for Commercial Buildings in Theatre 2 on the 20th May.

The presentation will look at the drivers for using heat pumps in commercial buildings. It will also discuss the potential benefits of the Non-Domestic RHI and highlight the Mitsubishi Electric Ecodan solution.

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27 April 2015


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