Mitsubishi Electric will be exhibiting at the CIBSE Build2Perform Live event on 29th – 30th November at ExCel, London, showcasing both the Ecodan QAHV heat pump and City Multi Hybrid VRF Vertical Hybrid Branch Controller (HBC).
The Ecodan QAHV is specifically designed for commercial sanitary hot water applications, and provides a low-carbon solution for hospitals, hotels, leisure centres and student accommodation, with a leaving temperature of up to 90°C.
The Vertical HBC is part of Mitsubishi Electric’s City Multi Hybrid VRF solution and creates an energy efficient system where water pipework is used between the indoor units and HBC. With refrigerant layout reduced, this unique design minimises the need for leak detection and provides simultaneous heating and cooling to the occupied space.
Mitsubishi Electric’s expert team will be on hand at Stand 432 to discuss these solutions, as well as the company’s wider product offering across commercial heating, cooling and ventilation landscape.
Mark Grayston, Product Strategy & Delivery Manager at Mitsubishi Electric, will also be conducting a CPD presentation, ‘F Gas Regulations and the future of refrigerants,’ at 10:15am on 29th November, at CPD Theatre 3. With a goal of reducing F-Gas emissions in the EU by two-thirds by 2030 compared to 2014 levels, businesses must now consider a move to refrigerants with a lower Global Warming Potential.
“CIBSE Build2Perform is one of the biggest annual events for the building services industry. We are excited to join the event and showcase how our commercial heating and cooling solutions can support spaces from hotels to hospitals on their journey to decarbonise,” said Mark Grayston.
Beyond Mitsubishi Electric, the show will also offer over 60 hours of approved CPD presentations, and insights from over eighty expert industry speakers.
To register for the show and for further information, please visit: https://www.build2perform.co.uk/