Air source VRF outdoor units

L-Generation air source outdoor units provide water-shedding capability and corrosion resistance, prolonging the outdoor unit’s lifespan.

08/04/2015


L-Generation air source outdoor units provide water-shedding capability and corrosion resistance, prolonging the outdoor unit’s lifespan. Courtesy: Mitsubishi Electric City Multi L-Generation air source outdoor units are 6 to 30 tons (single modules up to 14 tons) with an aluminum flat-tube heat exchanger that maximizes heat-transfer capability through its fin shape. The coil redesign includes turbulated tube walls and an optimized cross-section, ensuring heat transfer ability. The fin design of the product, along with its zinc outer coating, are designed to provider water-shedding capability and corrosion resistance. The capillary tube system ensures even fluid distribution, further contributing to superior heat-transfer ability.

Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating

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