Mitsubishi UK offers Climaveneta chillers
The Climaveneta NX range of air source and water cooled chillers will be available from Mitsubishi Electric from July 4. These will be in addition to Mitsubishi Electric’s own range of e-series chiller, launched in the UK, and other European countries last year.
Each chiller model in Climaveneta’s NX range is offered in up to six different configurations. Two levels of efficiency available and a further three options on sound emission levels: standard, low noise, and super low noise. Capacities range from 39 to 371kW with a choice of plate or shell and tube heat exchanger.
“Climaveneta is a well-respected and high quality European chiller brand and we are proud to be able to add these products to our portfolio,” commented Mitsubishi Electric UK’s commercial director Donald Daw.
“This addition allows us to deliver a comprehensive and versatile range of solutions for our customers, whatever their need and regardless of whether they are involved in a new-build or retro-fit situation.
“We have had a lot of interest following the initial purchase of Climaveneta and with the range available from the 4th of July we are expecting to be busy,” he added.
Mitsubishi Electric says it will be working in partnership with Climaveneta Powermaster, the existing Climaveneta distributor in the UK, to ensure that customers are offered the best solution for their chiller projects.
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