Mitsubishi Electric launches cost-effective R32 models

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Mitsubishi Electric has unveiled a new line of R32 products designed to meet the need for cost effective air conditioning using low GWP refrigerant.  The new R32 M Series MSZ-HR Wall Mounted System blends energy efficiency with a compact and stylish design, with the entry-level offering to the M Series product range being ideal for applications requiring a small scale, highly efficient air conditioning system. 

 Making use of Mitsubishi Electric’s inverter driven technology, the wall mounted range is available in 2.5kW, 3.5kW and a new 5.0kW system sizes.  As a direct replacement for the R410A MSZ-DM range, the new series uses R32 refrigerant which has a significantly lower GWP helping users reduce their impact on the environment while at the same time delivering comfortable air temperatures to building occupants.

“At Mitsubishi Electric we are committed to delivering products that limit their impact on the environment, while delivering comfortable working environments,” says Carl Dickinson, senior product manager. “By introducing this cost effective product range with R32 refrigerant, we are continuing to meet the customer need for systems that have lower GWP.  The M Series MSZ-HR, which has an ErP cooling efficiency rating of A++, is just another example of our focus on upgrading product lines to deliver industry-leading efficiency.”

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