Mitsubishi Electric will be exhibiting at CIBSE Build2Perform Live on 5th – 6th December at ExCeL, London, showcasing our range of commercial heat pumps and our Hybrid VRF air conditioning solutions, including the Ecodan QAHV commercial heat pump and the City Multi Vertical Hybrid Branch Controller (HBC).

Mitsubishi Electric exhibiting heating and cooling solutions at CIBSE Build2Perform Live

Mitsubishi Electric will be exhibiting at CIBSE Build2Perform Live on 5th – 6th December at ExCeL, London, showcasing our range of commercial heat pumps and our Hybrid VRF air conditioning solutions, including the Ecodan QAHV commercial heat pump and the City Multi Vertical Hybrid Branch Controller (HBC).

The Ecodan QAHV utilises CO2 and is specifically designed for commercial sanitary hot water applications. It can deliver hot water up to 90°C, making it an ideal low-carbon solution for leisure centres, hotels and hospitals.

The Vertical HBC is part of Mitsubishi Electric’s City Multi Hybrid VRF range which uses water pipework between the HBC and indoor units. The system provides simultaneous heating and cooling, whilst removing the need for leak detection in occupied spaces to comply with BS EN378 legislation.

Mitsubishi Electric’s expert team will be at Stand 231 to discuss how these products can help decarbonise your building, as well as the company’s wider offerings in the commercial heating, cooling and ventilation sectors.

Harvey Loyal, Market & Product Intelligence Specialist at Mitsubishi Electric, will also host a CPD presentation, entitled ‘Whole Life Carbon in the Built Environment’, at 10 am on 6th December in CPD Theatre 2. With attention on the carbon impact of the built environment continuing to grow, we must consider the importance of whole-life carbon – the carbon emissions associated with a building across its entire lifecycle – in these spaces.

“CIBSE Build2Perform Live is one of the biggest events in the building industry calendar. We are excited to showcase our commercial heating, cooling and ventilation solutions and explore how these can help us decarbonise the built environment as we aim for Net Zero,” said Graham Temple, Marketing Manager.

The show will also offer insights from 125 industry speakers and over 70 hours of approved CPD presentations.

To register for the exhibition and for further information, please visit: http://www.build2perform.co.uk