MHI Thermal Systems to Release 19 New Beaver RAC Models for 2018

2018-04-29
In late March, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Thermal Systems began selling 19 new Beaver room air conditioner (RAC) models for 2018, which comprise six highest-class SW series models with a high annual performance factor (APF) and excel-lent energy-saving performance, six highly functional RW series models incorporating an interlocking function with a humidifier, and seven standard TW series models.

All three series feature JET airflow operation, which sends out a large quantity of powerful air, and warp operation, which enables quick cooling and heating. In addition, the SW series incorporates a function called ‘leave airflow to the sensor’, and the RW and TW series incorporate a function called ‘leave operation to airflow’, and both functions make it possible to cool or heat a room uniformly and effectively by automatically controlling the airflow rate and air direction. Moreover, the 2018 models are the first to utilize tea resin, which has been developed by a beverage manufacturer from its tea leaf waste recycling system, for their filter holders.
 
Thanks to a human motion sensor incorporated in the units, the SW series models prevent overcooling or overheating if no occupants are detected, and they automatically stop operation and shift to energy-saving operation if no occupants are detected for a certain period of time. Furthermore, the SW series models can operate in linkage with room-ist humidifier SHK series models that are manufactured by MHI Air-Conditioning & Thermal Systems.
 
In the RW and TW series, an indoor unit with a height limited to 250 mm across all models, and an out-door unit suitable for 10 m2 is light in weight.
 
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