Two-pipe VRF zoning unit

The R2-Series PURY-P72 variable refrigerant flow zoning cooling and heating system features complete zone control, flexibility, and ease of installation.

04/09/2013


R2-Series PURY-P72 Mitsubishi Electric Heating and CoolingThe R2-Series  PURY-P72 variable refrigerant flow zoning cooling and heating system features complete zone control, flexibility, and ease of installation while also offering a smaller footprint and improved efficiencies. The units take advantage of Mitsubishi Electric's Inverter-driven compressor technology and use intelligent controls for superior operation. The two-pipe system R2-Series units offer simultaneous cooling and heating to 14 F ambient conditions, feature a quiet operation from 58 to 64 dBA, and support an extended set point range. The R2-Series can be connected using the G-50A/GB50A controllers and monitored through the CITY MULTI Controls Network.


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