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Hitachi offers more with Set Free mini

07 December 2011

Hitachi Air Conditioning and Refrigeration has extended its range of Set Free mini outdoor units with the introduction of several new models.

The new 6HP FSVN2E single phase and the 4, 5 and 6HP FSNY2E 3-phase models are available now, with the 4HP and 5HP FSVN2E single-phase models launching in January.
 
Offering greater efficiency and improved COP the Set Free Mini is a 2-pipe heat pump VRF condensing unit, which connects to all Hitachi’s system-free indoor units. One outdoor unit can be connected to a maximum of nine indoor units. It operates using R410A and is available from 8Kw to 14Kw cooling (nominal).

The advanced DC Inverter scroll compressor of the Set Free Mini has been optimized to provide better seasonal performance compared to typical inverter systems - and up to 20% greater seasonal efficiency compared to non-inverter systems.
 
As well as offering energy savings, the Set Free Mini provides high levels of comfort. It eliminates cold drafts when utilising Hitachi’s CS Net Web Centralised Controller “Off-coil limitation control feature” and is impressively quiet.
 
Glyn Jones, UK Product Marketing Manager at Hitachi, said, “The Set Free Mini delivers on every level – it’s simple to install, easily interfaces with a building’s existing BMS, is reliable and offers an impressive array of benefits.”

For more information please contact the Hitachi sales team: telephone 01628 585394, email aircon.enquiries@hitachi-eu.com  or visit http://www.hitachiaircon.com/tomorrow


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