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Hitachi Air Conditioning Europe announces new 'Hi Efficiency' VRF

Hitachi Air Conditioning Europe SAS has announced the launch of its latest product innovation to meet the needs of medium to large sized applications.

The company says the new Hi Efficiency Set Free FSXNH builds on the success of the previous FSXN product and, thanks to a number of unique Hitachi technologies, the new models present a convincing solution for all European climates, with one of the highest energy-efficiency ratios on the market.

Like its predecessor, FSXNH offers 2-pipe heat pump and 3-pipe heat recovery options from a single unit and, with models ranging from 5HP to 36HP, this new Set Free product range is incredibly flexible and easy to install; each outdoor unit is lightweight and modular which, combined with long piping lengths of up to a total of 1000m, improved height difference of 90m between outdoor and indoor levels - or up to 30m height difference between indoor units - FSXNH can meet any design brief or site restrictions.

It’s claimed that more than 100 indoor unit and heat exchanger combinations are available with nominal capacities as low as 0.6HP (1.7kW) and up to 150% connection ratio (to outdoor capacity). A wide range of individual and centralised control systems are also available. Recently-launched ErP LOT 11 compliant heat recovery modules, active heat exchangers, direct expansions kits to work with third party AHU and air curtains are just some of the avenues which can be considered with Hitachi’s new Set Free FSXNH.

Hitachi has also updated its HiToolKit software to assist in planning, selecting and designing a complete VRF system.

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