Heat pump system

The Mr. Slim M series of heat pump systems designed by Mitsubishi Electric HVAC Advanced Products Division is a high-efficiency, split-ductless system. The energy effectiveness of the pump is up to 75% greater than the industry standard of 13 SEER due to a magnet rotor design in the outdoor unit's compressor that allows for a lower current input.

07/01/2008


The Mr. Slim M series of heat pump systems designed by Mitsubishi Electric HVAC Advanced Products Division is a high-efficiency, split-ductless system. The energy effectiveness of the pump is up to 75% greater than the industry standard of 13 SEER due to a magnet rotor design in the outdoor unit's compressor that allows for a lower current input. The system models are rated from 22 to 23 SEER. The units have cooling capacities that range from 9,000 to 13,600 Btuh.

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