The future of air conditioning

Mitsubishi Electric, air conditioning, VRF

A free CPD-accredited guide from Mitsubishi Electric looks at the challenges face by our built environment due to increasing legislation, the drive for energy efficiency and the need to reduce CO2 emissions — leading to the building-services industry beginning to find new ways to heat, cool and ventilate buildings that are increasingly airtight.

The premise is that what is needed is an approach that combines the best of traditional 4-pipe chiller systems with the efficiencies and flexibility of 2-pipe VRF air conditioning.

The guide looks at the pros and cons of existing options, while examining alternatives such as Mitsubishi Electric’s Hybrid VRF system, which removes the need for detecting refrigerant leaks by using water instead of refrigerant in occupied spaces.

A copy can be downloaded from the link below.

Related links:
Related articles:



modbs tv logo

Can I use my Air Conditioning system?

If your system hasn't been used in months it's an important question. 

New air-cooling system from Weiss Technik has unique four-stage safety concept and innovative thermal disinfection

The Coronavirus outbreak has increased awareness of hygienic room climate issues, ventilation and air-conditioning systems in public buildings. If planned poorly or not serviced properly, air conditioning units can quickly turn into transmitters of disease-causing germs.

Calendar
  • Calendar Icon
    11 November, 2020, 10:00 - 12 November, 2020, 16:00
    elemental
  • Calendar Icon
    20 November, 2020, 19:00 - 23:59
    CSA Awards