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Mitsubishi Electric launches heat pump-driven air curtains

AC manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric has collaborated with Thermoscreens to produce a heat pump-driven air curtain which can cut running costs and C02 emissions by 67%.
Developed with the Nuneaton-based air curtain manufacturers, the PHX DX product range comprises of eight models which can link to a Mr Slim R410A outdoor heat pump compressor unit that uses advanced inverter technology.

Air curtains positioned over doorways act to prevent heat escaping from open doors and stop dust entering by warming and cleaning the air for businesses, particularly retailers, keen on an open door policy to entice passing trade.

Heat pumps capture and convert outdoor air to a higher temperature while requiring less than a third of the power of a direct electric heated air curtain. This makes it cheaper to run.

Thermoscreen and Mitsubishi Electric hope their range of heat pump-driven air curtains will tap into an estimated £20m air curtain market. The new range was developed as one of many solutions put forward to meet Mitsubishi's Green Gateway initiative aimed at reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions.

The IOR Annual Conference – a conference on-demand

Delegates to the IOR Annual Conference taking place from 21 to 22 April will get the chance to access the event live and all sessions and recordings for up six months afterwards providing fantastic value and allowing anyone registering for the event ...

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Honeywell supports decarbonisation of buildings with Danfoss compressors

Honeywell is using its Solstice technology to support a new range of ultra-low global warming potential (GWP) scroll compressors designed and manufactured by Danfoss for heating and cooling applications. The new compressors deliver improved energy ...


Fridge Freezer Direct Introduces J & E Hall's range of Cellar Cooling

Reliable and energy efficient, the JCC range of cellar coolers are designed to be used in wine and beer cellars above or below ground.
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