11 October 2018

Toshiba Leading Innovation

VRF Systems Nominal Cooling Range: 22.4 kW to 135.0 kW

Benefits of VRF SHRMi

  • Simultaneous heating and cooling capabilities• Range available from 8HP through to 42HP which provides 22.4kW to 118kW of cooling & 25kW to 132kW of heating capacity
  • Utilising full inverter driven multi compressor technology, providing unprecedented economy and performance• Class leading SEER, ESEER, SCOP and ESCOP values offering exceptional efficiency
  • Industry leading ultra-precise 0.1 Hz compressor control
  • Heating operation to ambient conditions of -20°c for all year round comfort

VRF Indoor Units

Toshiba VRF systems has a wide range of indoor units which enable designers and tenants to make the right product choice in terms of aeshestetic and performance. 14 different type of units ranging from 0.8 to 10HP are connectable to the VRF
outdoor units. With the SMMSi and SHRMi range it is possible to install up to 48 different units individually controlled or managed centrally with a wide range of Toshiba controls solutions.

High-Wall and Ceiling

A preferred solution for buildings where a false ceiling cannot be used. It is the perfect choice for those applications that need air conditioning in conjunction with the existing conventional radiator heating.

High-Walls units in the VRF range adopt the similar high-end design of the units used in residential applications. These type of products are silent, with personalized air flow control and powerful indoor air quality filters.

Cassette

The cassette unit is the preferred solution for offices and buildings with false ceiling installations. The Toshiba range of cassette units are suitable for local standard ceiling panels. The choice can be made between products with different air
flow configurations: 1, 2, 4 air outlets. The 4 way cassettes feature a selectable automatic air flow pattern in speed and direction. The designer can also select other Cassette types: compact 600 x 600 4-way, 1-way and the new slimmer 2-way
cassette.

Standard Ducted

Large building applications make extensive use of ducts to deliver air to the different parts of the building. Toshiba designers have been able to create different unit types with latest technology features in order to serve different purposes.

Slim Ducted

For applications where the ductwork space is limited in height and length (Hotels).

High Static Ducted

For applications that require elevated external static pressure (open space).

Concealed Chassis

Where the console is hidden behind a panel in order to be unobtrusive and blend perfectly in the interior.

Floor Mounted Console

Positioned usually in place of radiators around the perimeter of the building or at the base of the building columns in the room.

Floor Mounted Console & Bi-flow Console

Typical installations where the indoor unit is placed on the floor against one wall or under a window sill.

Floor Mounted Cabinet

These are slim tall units that can be placed in different positions. These units feature the additional horizontal swing pattern (from left to right) which make them the preferred solution for corner installations (restaurants).

Fresh Air Intake

To manage the distribution of fresh air throughout the ductwork of a building (SMMSi only maximum 30% capacity).

Heat Exchangers (DX type)

To treat the incoming fresh air and use the benefit of free cooling process.



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