Mitsubishi enhances its Lossnay MVHR units

Mitsubishi Electric’s Lossnay RVX mechanical-ventilation heat-recovery (MVHR) series deliver fresh, clean air with significantly reduced energy consumption. They recover both latent and sensible heat. Models in the range use a more efficient DC fan motor that significantly reduces specific fan powers (SFPs), which range from 0.3 to 1.61 W/l/s.

There are four selectable fan speeds (25, 50, 75 and 100% of rated air volume), compared to three with the previous model.

The weekly timer enables all four fan speeds to be individually selected to optimise ventilation for the time of day and different days of the week.

Free summer cooling is standard, with cooling fresh air brought into the building via a bypass damper.

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A night purge function reduces the internal temperature and cools the building to reduce cooling load the next day. RVX units now include a auto-ventilation mode with added flexibility that automatic switches between heat-recovery and bypass mode according to indoor and outdoor conditions.

Lossnay RVX units can interlock with Mitsubishi’s Mr Slim and City Multi air-conditioning system. They can be centrally controlled.

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