Outdoor units

The outdoor units in the R2 series (air-cooled) and WR2 series (water-cooled) stand out thanks to a large performance range, peak values in terms of energy efficiency and high operational reliability.

HBC Controller

The Hybrid BC Controller links the outdoor unit to the indoor units and allows heat exchange between the refrigerant in the external circuit and the water in the internal circuit. The inverter-driven pumps are built in and pump the water to the last indoor unit at up to 60 metres away.

Indoor units

As there is a wide range of indoor units, the Hybrid City Multi system can be used to provide air conditioning in facilities of all kinds.

Outdoor units

The outdoor units in the R2 series (air-cooled) and WR2 series (water-cooled) stand out thanks to a large performance range, peak values in terms of energy efficiency and high operational reliability.

HBC Controller

The Hybrid BC Controller links the outdoor unit to the indoor units and allows heat exchange between the refrigerant in the external circuit and the water in the internal circuit. The inverter-driven pumps are built in and pump the water to the last indoor unit at up to 60 metres away.

Indoor units

As there is a wide range of indoor units, the Hybrid City Multi system can be used to provide air conditioning in facilities of all kinds.

Fit for the buildings of the future

Ideal for use in hotels, large office complexes and much more besides: having been specially developed to meet the requirements of modern building architecture with high demands in terms of efficiency and comfort, each individual indoor unit can be operated independently in heating or cooling mode. The heat recovery makes operation particularly efficient, with the heat that is drawn from the areas needing to be cooled ultimately being used to heat other locations.


The HVRF system makes a big impression across the board

Easier to install, requiring less maintenance, safer and providing greater energy savings – the HVRF clearly serves as an exemplary solution:

Aspects such as the latest generation of inverter compressor technology, large-scale microchannel aluminium heat exchangers and the consistent development of all system components ensure outstanding comfort and energy efficiency.

Whether heating or cooling, the operating mode can be specified individually for each room round the clock. The mild exhaust temperatures also make a positive impression and are very pleasant.

From the pump through to the valves, the HVRF system already contains all the key hydraulic components. This helps make planning and design much more simple. The only task that remains is to determine the expansion tank. Plastic lines can also be used in the building in place of copper pipes, providing a more cost-effective option that is easier to process. Another decisive advantage is the less complex refrigeration leak test according to the F-gas Regulation, as there is no need for the indoor units to be checked.

The HVRF system provides the greatest possible flexibility in terms of room utilisation, room division and the selection of functions. It is also possible to ensure a smooth connection to the superordinate building management system. Thanks to its excellent flexibility, the system is ideally suited to dealing with building modernisations.

With the HVRF system, the refrigerant is used only in the outdoor unit and in the HBC controller. This makes it possible to implement projects that require the rooms themselves to be free of refrigerant lines. The use of water as a heat transfer medium means that DIN EN 378 does not need to be observed in the individual rooms.

The HVRF impresses with its high level of energy efficiency, providing optimum support in terms of meeting the current guidelines for modern, sustainable construction.

Controlling the HVRF system is an easy and straightforward process using the Mitsubishi Electric system control unit. All communication takes place via the M-Net data bus, meaning that it is not necessary to retrofit any additional communication technology.

The HBC controller – the innovative centrepiece

As the centrepiece, the HBC controller connects the outdoor unit to the indoor units and enables the heat transfer between the refrigerant in the external circuit and the water in the internal circuit. The inverter-driven pumps are built in and pump the water to the last indoor unit located up to 60 metres away.

Plate heat exchangers

The energy exchange between the refrigerant and the water system takes place here. Each HBC controller generally features two sets of plate heat exchangers that feed hot water into the system in heating mode and supply cold water to the system in cooling mode. In the mixed mode, one heat exchanger assumes the cooling function while another takes on the heating function.

Pumps

Two inverter-controlled pumps supply the cooled or heated water to the connected indoor units. The volume supplied by the pump depends on the actual heat and cooling demand.

Valve block

The valve block ensures that each indoor unit is individually supplied with the necessary volume of hot or cold water.

Plate heat exchangers

The energy exchange between the refrigerant and the water system takes place here. Each HBC controller generally features two sets of plate heat exchangers that feed hot water into the system in heating mode and supply cold water to the system in cooling mode. In the mixed mode, one heat exchanger assumes the cooling function while another takes on the heating function.

Pumps

Two inverter-controlled pumps supply the cooled or heated water to the connected indoor units. The volume supplied by the pump depends on the actual heat and cooling demand.

Valve block

The valve block ensures that each indoor unit is individually supplied with the necessary volume of hot or cold water.

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