Air conditioning — and more

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Mitsubishi Electric’s latest air-conditioning catalogue also includes a price list.
Mitsubishi Electric’s latest product catalogue of air-conditioning products now includes a price list. The catalogue has also been redesigned to improve navigation. The various sections are colour coded and referenced, so that products can be quickly placed wherever customers are looking for amongst the M Series, Mr Slim, City Multi, Lossnay or controls ranges. New for 2007 is the availability of the entire R410A M Series and Mr Slim range as inverter options. New to the M Series line-up are AA-rated multi-split outdoor units, which are well suited to apartments and small commercial buildings. Also new for the M Series is the Classic Inverter line-up, which offered better energy efficiency than fixed speed at a highly competitive price. An expanded section details the energy-saving potential of the Lossnay range of total heat exchangers. The final section covers what has come to be one of the most important aspects of any environmental system — controls.
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