Mitsubishi Electric Showcases Variable Refrigerant Flow Technology with Its Demo Truck

Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating showcases the future of commercial building HVAC systems—Variable Refrigerant Flow technology—with its demo truck.Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating showcases the future of commercial building HVAC systems—Variable Refrigerant Flow technology—with its demo truck.

Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating showcases the future of commercial building HVAC systems—Variable Refrigerant Flow technology—with its demo truck.

Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating showcases the future of commercial building HVAC systems—Variable Refrigerant Flow technology—with its demo truck.

Mitsubishi Electric US Inc. Cooling & Heating Division (Mitsubishi Electric), a marketer of advanced cooling and heating systems for commercial applications, showcases the future of commercial building HVAC systems—Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) technology—with its new demo truck.

Prominently featured in the demo truck is Mitsubishi Electric’s most recent introduction, the CITY MULTI L-Generation Air-Source Unit. The L-Generation Air-Source (6 to 30 tons; single modules up to 14 tons) has achieved significantly improved efficiency ratings because of HexiCoil technology, a zinc-aluminum flat tube heat exchanger that maximizes heat transfer capability through its unique fin shape. Increased efficiencies across all categories make the outdoor unit ideal for projects with efficiency goals, such as LEED certification or net-zero status.

L-Generation efficiency benefits include:

  • Thirty percent smaller footprint than previous models, making the system ideal for projects with tight mechanical spaces.
  • Up to 50 percent reduction in system refrigerant charge; refrigerant circuit design optimized for improved flow distribution.
  • Improved high-ambient cooling operating range; guaranteed cooling operation up to 126 F.
  • Improved vertical separation between indoor units within the same heat recovery system—a distance of up to 98 feet—expanding design options.

In addition to the L-Generation Air-Source Unit, the following Mitsubishi Electric controls and units are on display in the demo truck:

  • Wall-mounted indoor unit (PKFY-P12NBMU)
  • Floor-standing indoor unit (PFFY-P08NRMU)
  • Ceiling-recessed indoor unit (PMFY-P12NBMU)
  • Smart ME Remote Controller
  • Wireless MA Remote Controller
  • Wired MA Remote Controller
  • Simple MA Remote Controller
  • P-Series cooling only outdoor unit (PUY-A18NHA6)
  • AE-200A Centralized Controller
  • EB-50-GUA Centralized Controller
  • DC-600E Diamond Controls
  • Advanced HVAC Controller

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