Hertfordshire, United Kingdom: Mitsubishi Electric’s Hybrid VRF (HVRF) solution was named Air Conditioning Product of the Year at the ACR News Awards 2017.
According to information available on the company’s website, the awards reward excellence and innovation in the air conditioning and refrigeration sector and have been running for over 20 years.
The company attribute the win to the system’s ability to reduce running costs and maximise efficiency in a wide range of applications and environments. The Hybrid VRF solution, the company said, is capable of simultaneous heating and cooling, and because it uses water in a simplified two pipe design, there is no need to install refrigerant leak detection in occupied spaces.
Russell Jones, PR and Communications Manager at Mitsubishi Electric, and Graham Temple, Marketing Manager, were on hand to receive the award from host, Ed Byrne, and Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) President, Russell Beattie.
On receiving the award, Jones said: “Our Hybrid air conditioning solution has enjoyed an incredibly successful first year and continues to go from strength to strength. The industry has recognised the Hybrid VRF’s groundbreaking performance benefits, as well as its flexibility and ease of installation and this is reflected in the recent spate of awards it has claimed.”