Mistral close control range

Mistral
Advanced micro-processor controls have been added to Airedale’s Mistral range of close-control air conditioners.
Airedale’s low-profile Mistral range of close-control air-conditioning equipment now incorporates advanced micro-processor controls. The fully programmable micro-processor allows the Mistral to be self optimising and react with modulating control of all key components for optimum operation. Communication with outdoor units enables Mistral to manage the whole system and facilitates remote monitoring. For the first time in the Mistral range, optional electronic expansion valves can take advantage of part-load and lower ambient conditions, reducing head pressure and, hence, lowering energy consumption and life-time costs. Also new to the Mistral is the variable-steam-production humidifier. The new network-capable controls put Mistral on the same platform as other Airedale product ranges, offering compatibility and the flexibility of being able to mix and match products. There are three case sizes and direct-expansion or chilled-water variants.
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