Safety

Mitsubishi expects high standards for any materials used in VRF and split system components, ensuring a reliable sturdy product. Our units are specially designed for easy access to filters, but electrical wiring and other sensitive components are protected from end users accidentally accessing them. But oftentimes HVAC product safety begins with its installation, and our VRF and smaller split systems are easier to install than other equipment types. Outdoor compressor units and indoor evaporator units are smaller and lighter in weight, and flexibility in unit placement promotes choosing a proper installation area. And Mitsubishi requires that, for proper installation, any refrigerant piping should be well insulated. Well-insulated refrigerant lines will eliminate any condensation issues, and as a result, prevent mold from forming.


Moisture in the air from higher humidity conditions can also be a concern. A Mitsubishi LOSSNAY energy recovery ventilator (ERV) can be added to a VRF system to reduce or eliminate the amount of moisture in the air. Also, a LOSSNAY ERV can work with the anti-allergen filters included in Mitsubishi indoor units to reduce airborne contaminants, allergens, and smoke.


Lastly, because INVERTER-driven compressors ramp up instead of switching on at full speed, and then vary its speed to maintain the desired comfort level instead of cycling on and off, Mitsubishi VRF and split systems do not cause power surges to a building's electrical system. And Mitsubishi systems continuously provide comfortable temperatures to maintain health of the occupant.

 

Safety

Mitsubishi expects high standards for any materials used in VRF and split system components, ensuring a reliable sturdy product. Our units are specially designed for easy access to filters, but electrical wiring and other sensitive components are protected from end users accidentally accessing them. But oftentimes HVAC product safety begins with its installation, and our VRF and smaller split systems are easier to install than other equipment types. Outdoor compressor units and indoor evaporator units are smaller and lighter in weight, and flexibility in unit placement promotes choosing a proper installation area. And Mitsubishi requires that, for proper installation, any refrigerant piping should be well insulated. Well-insulated refrigerant lines will eliminate any condensation issues, and as a result, prevent mold from forming.


Moisture in the air from higher humidity conditions can also be a concern. A Mitsubishi LOSSNAY energy recovery ventilator (ERV) can be added to a VRF system to reduce or eliminate the amount of moisture in the air. Also, a LOSSNAY ERV can work with the anti-allergen filters included in Mitsubishi indoor units to reduce airborne contaminants, allergens, and smoke.


Lastly, because INVERTER-driven compressors ramp up instead of switching on at full speed, and then vary its speed to maintain the desired comfort level instead of cycling on and off, Mitsubishi VRF and split systems do not cause power surges to a building's electrical system. And Mitsubishi systems continuously provide comfortable temperatures to maintain health of the occupant.

 

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