Mitsubishi Electric’s new ceiling cassette

Published:  02 February, 2017

Mitsubishi, air conditioning, VRF, cassette

Mitsubishi Electric’s EA Series 4-way-blow ceiling cassette for its Mr Slim range is designed to ease installation, operation and control. These units have a new square grille design and a host of new features and efficiency improvements.

Graham Temple, marketing manager for the company’s range of air conditioning, says, ‘We have looked at almost every aspect of the new unit to deliver a cassette that complements interiors and increases comfort for occupants.

‘We have also found ways to improve the unit to make installation more straightforward and included ways of automating energy saving and easing maintenance.’

The optional 3D i-See sensor automatically senses room occupancy and adjusts airflow to suit, automatically tuning off the air conditioning when a room is empty.

For more information on this story, click here: Feb 2017, 165

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