Heat pump line expanded

Fujitsu's Halcyon light commercial multi-zone heat pump line has been expanded and are designed specifically for light commercial retrofit applications.

04/17/2014


Fujitsu's Halcyon light commercial multi-zone heat pump line has been expanded and are designed specifically for light commercial retrofit applications. Courtesy: Fujitsu General AmericaFujitsu's Halcyon light commercial multi-zone heat pump line has been expanded and now offers 56,259 different combinations. These indoor units are designed specifically for light commercial retrofit applications, ideally to replace standing radiators or any space with limited upper wall space like a kitchen or sunroom. Halcyon multi-zone equipment has ratings of up to 18 SEER and 9.5 HSPF, and contractors can select from 4 Btu outdoor units and 6 Btu indoor units rated up to 48,000 and 24,000 Btu/hr, respectively. The lineup also includes floor mount units in 9,000, 12,000, and 15,000 Btu/hr. The Halcyon multi-zone line also has 7,000 Btu/hr compact cassette and slim duct models. The mix-and-match flexibility of evaporator (air handler) type and capacity allows installers to choose the indoor unit that best fits the application.

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