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New brochure addresses HVAC challenge through Hybrid solution

The brochure explains how the innovative Hybrid VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) system has been designed to offer the very best of Chiller and VRF in one solution, with an adaptable, flexible, modular system that uses water in occupied areas to deliver fully controllable heat recovery throughout a building.

Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new brochure looking at the challenges facing building services in the light of tough legislation and energy efficiency demands.

 

 

“Put simply, Hybrid VRF is a 2-pipe heat recovery VRF with water between the Hybrid Branch Controller (HBC) and indoor units”, explains Mark Grayston, Product Marketing Manager for the City Multi range of air conditioning: “You can install and design it as VRF without the need for leak detection equipment, whilst enjoying the features of a Chiller system”.

 

To download a free copy of the Hybrid VRF brochure, visit the company’s dedicated digital library: http:// http://library.mitsubishielectric.co.uk/.

 

For further details on the innovative Hybrid VRF system visit: https://hybridvrf.co.uk/183

4 February 2016

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