Variable refrigerant flow series updated

The W-Series has been updated its variable refrigerant flow (VRF) zoning WR2- and WY-Series Modular Water Source Units to be made smaller and lighter and have plate type heat exchangers and both can be connected to any VRF zoning indoor unit.

07/08/2014


The W-Series has been updated its Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning WR2- and WY-Series Modular Water Source Units to be made smaller and lighter and have plate type heat exchangers and both can be connected to any VRF zoning indoor unit. Courtesy: MiMitsubishi Electric's W-Series has updated its variable refrigerant flow (VRF) zoning WR2- and WY-Series Modular Water Source Units. Both the WR2- (heat recovery) and WY-Series (heat pump) are available in smaller and lighter units with plate type heat exchangers and both systems operate in either cooling or heating modes. The WR2- and WY-Series systems can be connected to any of the VRF zoning indoor units and can be operated and managed with the CITY MULTI Controls Network (CMCN), which offers a variety of tools and software applications to provide local and centralized control over a building's HVAC systems.

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