Ceiling-concealed indoor units
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and Heating's PEFY-P72 and PEFY-P96 single-phase ducted indoor units include a motor designed to provide up to 60% energy savings over previous generation equipment.
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and Heating has announced significant updates to its ceiling-concealed, ducted commercial indoor units, offering end-users adjustable static pressure settings, extremely quiet operation, and high efficiency. These single-phase ducted indoor units (models PEFY-P72 and PEFY-P96) include a motor that provides up to 60% energy savings over previous generation equipment, and static pressure settings up to 1 in. that provide flexibility for duct extension, branching, and air outlet configuration. Other features include dual setpoint functionality, single-phase power, multiple fan speed, and reduced noise (36 to 46 dBA).
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and Heating
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