Fusion dedicated outside air system

PremiSys fusion dedicated outside air system is is a split-system consisting of a variable refrigerant flow outdoor unit and an air handler for acclimatizing outside air for commercial buildings.

05/13/2016


PremiSys fusion dedicated outside air system is is a split-system consisting of a variable refrigerant flow outdoor unit and an air handler for acclimatizing outside air for commercial buildings. Courtesy: Mitsubishi ElectricMitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating's PremiSys fusion dedicated outside air system is is a split-system consisting of a variable refrigerant flow outdoor unit and an air handler for acclimatizing outside air for commercial buildings. The two models, MPF-1 and MPF-2 are designed to handle outside air with energy recovery and are pre-engineered to provide semi-custom flexibility. Heating options include modulating gas heat, electric, and hot water coils. The system uses of an inventer-driven compressor that allows matching the conditions of the targeted temperature and outside air, which results in energy reduction. Other features include ability for distributed load on the roof, humidity control, and cooling capacity of 5 to 20 tons.

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