Outside air system

PremiSys Fusion is a split-system solution consisting of a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) outdoor unit and an air handler and can be used for acclimatizing outside air for commercial buildings.

03/24/2016


PremiSys Fusion is a split-system solution consisting of a Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) outdoor unit and an air handler and can be used for acclimatizing outside air for commercial buildings. Courtesy: Mitsubishi ElectricMitsubishi Electric's PremiSys Fusion dedicated outside air system (DOAS) is a split-system solution consisting of a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) outdoor unit and an air handler and can be used for acclimatizing outside air for commercial buildings. The system is designed to handle 100% outside air with energy recovery models. The system incorporates inverter-driven compressors that reduce energy use and allows the unit to match the conditions of the targeted temperature and outside air. The two models, MPF-1 and MPF-2, are pre-engineered to provide semi-custom flexibility. Heating options include modulating gas heat, electric and hot water coils. Other features include humidity control, cooling capacity of 5 to 20 tons, smoke detectors and condenser hail guards.

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