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Hybrid air conditioning wins another award

Mitsubishi Electric’s unique Hybrid VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) system has received further industry recognition by winning the Commercial Air Conditioning Product of the Year, at the HVR Awards 2016, held at Chelsea Harbour Hotel on 27 October.

This follows another award win in September and the product has also been shortlisted as a finalist in another awards event in 2017.

“We know that Hybrid VRF can future-proof projects and remove the need for leak detection so it is hugely gratifying to get this industry recognition,” explains Mark Grayston, product marketing manager for the company’s City Multi range.

“We are now seeing the system being installed in projects as diverse as offices, hotels, retail and accommodation as more people realise how it can combine simultaneous heating and cooling with the comfort levels of traditional 4-pipe Chillers.”

With no refrigerant in occupied spaces, complete flexibility of design and cost-effective installation, Hybrid VRF delivers a sure way to achieve optimum comfort control for modern buildings.

For more information on the Hybrid VRF system visit www.hybridvrf.co.uk

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