Small yet powerful new Panasonic Mini VRF units

Panasonic, Mini VRF

Panasonic has redesigned its Mini VRF heating and cooling units to produce the most compact, yet efficient Mini ECOi series ever – available from November 2017. The new Mini ECOi VRF models, designed for residential and light commercial applications, deliver a powerful performance for properties with limited outdoor space and boasts significant energy savings, easy installation and high efficiency.

The new Mini ECOi Series, includes 4HP, 5HP and 6HP models, and the compact size of the outdoor unit, which is under a metre high, allows it to be placed on a small balcony or rooftop without impacting the visual aesthetic of the building from the street.

For ease of installation, Panasonic has ensured that its new Mini ECOi series offers more flexibility when fitting within areas of limited space. The plug and play concept makes installation quicker and less complicated; while an increase in the acceptable distance between indoor and outdoor units opens up more options for installation.

The new series offers up to 50m piping length between the outdoor and furthest indoor unit, without the need for an additional refrigerant charge, which covers most of the applications for this kind of system. Furthermore, the new units offer a silent mode that can maintain the same operating capacity, which allows greater flexibility when installing the units in residential areas.

Flexibility for installations is further enhanced as the Mini ECOi outdoor units can be connected to up to a maximum of 12 indoor units.

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