One of University College London’s (UCL) main buildings has been equipped with a new R32 air conditioning system from Mitsubishi Electric.
The Division of Biosciences is housed in the seven-storey Rockefeller Building, close to Euston Square Station and home to the original University College Hospital Medical School.
Lee Rumble of Artic Building Services said: “UCL made an excellent choice with Mitsubishi Electric’s R32 air conditioning units, which are stylish, sophisticated and highly energy efficient. We were able to install the wall mounted system with minimal disruption to staff and students.”
The M Series MSZ-LN range was the first product in Mitsubishi's UK line-up to utilise R32 refrigerant.
The units include a built-in Wi-Fi interface enabling full control and monitoring via the MELCloud App, and a i-see Sensor in the unit automatically monitors room occupancy, position and body temperatures to deliver customised comfort.
Mitsubishi says the range is the ideal choice for a quiet study environment with noise levels as low as 19dBA.