Energy-recovery ventilation

Published:  15 July, 2006

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Energy-recovery ventilation that can provide 33% free cooling per year ó Mitsubishi Electricís Lossnay range.

Guidance on air-to-air heat-recovery units that can provide an average of 33% free cooling per year when used with air-conditioning systems is provided on a CD and quick-reference guide from Mitsubishi Electric.

The CD contains details of the nine models in the ceiling-concealed Lossnay RX4 range, which transfer energy from extracted air to preheat or precool incoming air.

All Lossnay products qualify for Enhanced Capital Allowances.



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