UK: Mitsubishi Electric’s latest M Series MSZ-LN wall mounted air conditioning units running on R32 have been awarded the Noise Abatement Society’s Quiet Mark.
The MSZ-LN, the first of Mitsubishi Electric’s units utilising the new lower GWP refrigerant, offers noise levels as low as 19dBA.
The Quiet Mark is the international approval award programme associated with the UK Noise Abatement Society charitable foundation. It encourages companies worldwide to prioritise noise reduction within the design of everyday machines and appliances, and find solutions to noise problems.
“The Quiet Mark has been awarded to the new MSZ-LN range in recognition of Mitsubishi Electric’s continuing acoustic innovation and focus on sound levels,” explained Quiet Mark’s chief technical officer Toby Saville.
“As these new models are able to sense room occupancy and turn on automatically, it is even more important for the unit to be unobtrusive and quietly go about heating or cooling the space without drawing attention to itself. Our assessments have shown the MSZ-LN to be one of the quietest air conditioning units on the market today.”
“We are delighted that the MSZ-LN models join our MSZ-EF Zen units as the only air conditioning systems available with the Quiet Mark,” commented Mitsubishi Electric marketing manager Graham Temple.
In addition to the M Series MSZ-EF and MSZ-LN wall mounted air conditioning units, Mitsubishi Electric range of Ecodan air source heat pumps are also endorsed with the Noise Abatement Society’s Quiet Mark.