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    HEAT PUMP / AIR CONDITIONING
    Home Heating & Cooling Solutions

     

    Heat Pumps 

    Temperature control at your finger tips. As much as it is important to select the right capacity heat pump to heat your home, aesthetics are also a consideration for most heat pump purchasers. A unit which is unobtrusive, quiet and even able to complement existing décor are an important factor in deciding which heat pump best suits your home.

    The ever popular Wall Mounted (High Wall) range boasts an extensive variety of options; from the traditional high wall design to the sharp, modern lines of the Mitsubishi Electric Designer Series for Multi Room systems, available in classic white, glossy black and matt silver.

    Floor Mounted heat pumps sit discreetly at floor level – ideal for replacement of older heat sources such as fireplaces or night store heaters.

    Heat pump solutions which are ceiling concealed are also gaining popularity for their unobtrusive design and versatility.

    At Hawke's Bay Refrigeration we understand that every home is different and as such, every home deserves a heat pump solution which enhances, rather than disrupts interior décor. For further information on the different solutions please call us or click on the links below to take you to the Mitsubishi website.

     

    Heat Pump Systems (4,430Kb). A 28 Page brochure on Mitsubishi heat pumps. Further Brochures are avaliable to download - please check at the bottom of the page.

     
    Starting from barely a whisper, the Classic GE Series includes New Zealand`s quietest heat pumps ever! The classic, neutral design will suit any home and they are super efficient with all GE Series wall mounted units earning the Energy Star®
     
     
    Designed specifically for our winter conditions, HyperCore is New Zealand`s best performing heat pump in cold conditions, guaranteed to perform at its peak capacity in outdoor temperatures as low as -15°C
     
     
    The sleek flat-panel design and slim profile of the Designer Series makes this range a unique addition to any home. Available exclusively as part of a multi-room system, the range is available in black, silver or classic white
     

    - Mitsubishi Floor Mounted

    With their slimline design, our floor consoles are a great renovation option, fitting neatly into cavities left by the removal of fireplaces or night-store heaters
     

    Mitsubishi Ceiling Mounted

    Compact and ultra quiet, our range of concealed ceiling cassettes are equipped with four way airflow and cutting edge control
     
     
    These large capacity cassettes feature advanced airflow features and independent vane direction control allowing you to heat your home or office evenly.
     
     
    This high capacity series is designed for style and efficiency. With four speed settings and auto air-speed adjustment it is ideal for both large and small areas.
     
     
     

    Mitsubishi Ducted Systems PEA-RP125EAQ

    Unobtrusive, Whole Home Heating

    Our ducted systems are specifically designed for installation in ceiling spaces. Ideal for large residences or offices, ducted units are the ultimate hidden heating and cooling solution with only grilles visible. Ducts are used to connect to multiple rooms for heating and cooling.

    Ideal Airflow

    The flexible duct design and high-pressure of our ducted systems increase variation in airflow options ensuring the system operates in a way that best suits virtually all room layouts.

    Additional features:

    Hidden from view, our ceiling concealed and ducted systems provide efficient heating without interfering with the style of your home

     

    Heat Pumps offer maximum Energy Efficiency

     

    How a Heat Pump Work

    Heat pumps work in the same way as your home refrigerator, except there are two separate parts to the system; outdoor unit (housing the compressor) which extracts available heat energy from the outside air and transfers or “pumps” it back inside your home through the indoor unit. Keeping you nice and warm through the winter and cool and comfortable in summer.

     

    What are the benefits of a heat pump?

     

    Energy Efficiency


    EECA has identified heat pumps as one of the most energy efficient forms of heating available in New Zealand. This is because heat pumps do not create heat; they simply move available heat from one place to another. The little electrical energy that is needed is predominantly used to run the compreIn fact heat pumps are so efficient that typically, 1kW of electrical energy you put in, your heat pump will produce around 4kW of heat energy out.

      

     
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    Lowest Running Costs

    The more energy efficient a heating system is, the cheaper it is to run. While the initial investment in a heat pump may be larger than say, purchasing a gas heater, the long term savings on energy use are far greater. The table below illustrates the cost savings that can be made in comparison to other heat sources.

    Precise Comfort Control

    A key benefit of heat pumps is higher comfort levels, Consumer states “heat pumps use a fan to distribute the warmed air, the heating spreads more evenly than most”. With some heating appliances such as woodburners the further you move away from the heat source the less heat you will feel, whilst others provide only spot heating (i.e. portable heaters).

    Once your set temperature is reached a heat pump will maintain this, in contrast some appliances may continue to heat resulting in an uncomfortably hot room – you could spend the rest of your evening juggling settings to maintain the right comfort level!

    Convenient

    When choosing a heating appliance you should consider one that is low maintenance, easy to use and able to provide heat at the touch of a button ensuring you never have to compromise on comfort.

    With a heat pump you can avoid the manual labour involved with fire wood, instead at the touch of a button you can have heat. Heat pumps are controlled by a thermostat, ensuring that your preferred temperature is maintained, there is no need to adjust settings the heat pump will do this automatically when required.

    On cold winter nights take comfort in the fact you can come home to warmth with heat pump timers. All heat pumps come with a 24hour timer or a 7day timer, you can easily pre program your unit to start up or turn off according to your daily schedule, allowing you to enjoy total comfort with ease.

    Improved Air Quality

    A key benefit of a heat pump is the ability to filter the air that you are heating, getting rid of nasty allergens.

    Important for both asthma and allergy sufferers, most heat pumps are fitted with advanced filtration systems to provide optimal air quality by filtering and deodorising the air. These two functions work together to remove even the tiniest airborne particles and break them down or neutralize them.

    While systems like unflued gas heaters actually deplete the air quality and consume oxygen – heat pumps have been shown to improve air quality while keeping you warm.

    Unobtrusive Heating

    As much as it is important to select the right capacity to heat your home, aesthetics are also a consideration for most heat pump purchasers. A unit which is unobtrusive, quiet and even able to complement existing décor are an important factor in deciding which heat pump best suits your home. The ever popular Wall Mounted (High Wall) range boasts an extensive variety of options. Floor Mounted heat pumps sit discreetly at floor level – ideal for replacement of older heat sources such as fireplaces or night store heaters. Heat pump solutions which are ceiling concealed are also gaining popularity for their unobtrusive design and versatility. 

    Cooling in Summer

    New Zealand is predominantly a heating market – what is globally considered an air-conditioner is purchased by New Zealand consumers as a heat pump. The principle for providing air conditioned cooling works much in the same way as the heat pump generates heat, but instead of extracting freely available heat from outside air the unit reverses the process to extract cool air and pump this indoors. This is an added benefit for heat pump users, keeping the home nice and cool on those long hot summer days!

    Health Benefits

    We all know that a warmer, drier home has a positive effect on our health, and that living with household temperatures below 16°C can contribute to respiratory illness and premature mortality. In fact, while the World Health Organisation recommends a minimum indoor temperature of 18°C, a temperature 2-3°C higher for ‘at risk’ groups like; the eldery, young children and those with respiratory illnesses. It is for these reasons having adequate insulation, ventilation and heating in your home is vital.

    Environmental Sustainability

    Heat pumps do not burn anything to provide heat energy, so other then the very small amount of electrical energy required for the compressor to operate, there are no additional carbon emissions. Compare this to the combustion process of wood burners which cause fumes, soot and smoke, creating a major burden on the environment in terms of its carbon emissions.


     

     

     

     

     

    How do Heat Pumps stack up to other forms of heating?

     

     

    Compared to all other common forms of heating, a heat pump is the most energy efficient and cheapest heating system to run.The more energy efficient a heating system is, the cheaper it is to run. While the initial investment in a heat pump may be larger than say, purchasing a gas heater, the long term savings on energy use are far greater.

    If you require a more in-depth analysis of the running cost of a heat pump, EECA provide a handy Running Costs Calculator.

     


     

    Warranty Registration

    Product Warranty Registration

    Thank you for purchasing your Mitsubishi Electric product. Please take the time to complete our warranty registration which will make future customer service enquiries more efficient for you.

    If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Mitsubishi.

    http://www.bdt.co.nz/aircon/warranty.asp

    Download

    Heat Pump Systems (4,430Kb).
    This is a 28 page brochure, which includes: High Walls, Compact Floor Consoles, Compact Ceiling Cassette Heat Pumps and overview of whole home heating; Ducted and Multi Room Systems.

    Multi Room Heat Pump Systems (1,650Kb). 
    24 page brochure, includes: MXZ-2B52VA, MXZ-3B54VA, MXZ-4B71VA, MXZ-4C80VA, MXZ-5C100VA, MXZ-6C120VA, MXZ-8B140VA, MXZ-8B160VA Outdoor Units. Plus all connectable indoor units.
    Capacity Charts MXZ-2C52-6C120VA (732Kb) /CapacityCharts_MXZ-2C52-6C120VA_OBH583A.pdf
    Capacity Charts MXZ-8B140-160VA
    (3,569Kb) /CapacityCharts_MXZ-8B140-160VA_OCH480A.pdf

    Mr Slim Commercial P and S-Series (3,896Kb).
    28 page brochure, includes: 4-way Ceiling Cassette: SLZ & PLA Series, Ceiling Concealed: SEZ & PEA Series, Ceiling Suspended: PCA Series, Wall Mounted: PKA Series, Outdoor Units: SUZ-KA25 to 71VA & PUHZ-RP71 to PUHZ-RP140.

    Heating Sizing Chart Guide (62Kb).
    1 page guide: Use this guide to give you an approximate unit size for the area you would like to heat or cool.

    Mitsubishi Electric Advantage (688Kb).
    6 page DLE Pamphlet: A Pamphlet explaining about the Mitsubishi Electric Advantage's: Designed for superior heating. New Zealand’s Quietest Heat Pumps ...Ever! New Zealand’s Best Low Temperature Performance. Unique Energy Saving Features...

           For further information click here to view available brochures