Enhanced heat-pump air curtain saves more energy

Thermoscreen’s HP DXE heat-pump air curtain has been developed with Mitsubishi Electric and uses heat provided by a heat pump. This range of air curtains has been developed to help property managers in the retail, hotel, commercial and industrial sectors to further reduce their energy use. The range comprises eight models linking to Mitsubishi’s Mr Slim range and six for City Multi models.

Features include enhanced air-velocity projection and uniformity compared with the original PHV DXE range. Air is delivered through a plenum, converging nozzle and active circular grille, for which a patent is pending.

Energy use is further reduced by enhanced control options, including weather compensation as standard on Mr Slim models. The payback period can be reduced to less than two years.

All these air curtains are available in surface-mounted and recessed options, and there are only three cables to connect on site.

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