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Heat Pump Design Targets Tight Spaces


Fujitsu General America announces its new Airstage J-IIIL heat pumps in the VRF system line, for light- to mid-sized commercial applications.

The compact and slim design of the J-IIIL VRF line, paired with its installation flexibility and broad capacity range makes it ideal for low rise and urban buildings where limited installation space is a challenge.

Front-facing fans and a compact chassis permit the outdoor unit to be installed in narrow spaces, whether ground- or wall-mounted. Quiet operation ensures that building occupants are not disturbed.

Six, eight and ten-ton heat hump systems are available. Up to 30 indoor units can be connected to the 10-ton outdoor condensing unit. Thirteen different types of indoor units are compatible, with capacities ranging from 4,000 to 96,000 BTUh.

Advanced refrigerant technology allows systems to reach a total refrigerant piping length of 1,312 ft., while the height difference between indoor and outdoor units can be as much as 164 ft. This opens up new possibilities in system design. External static pressure is available up to 0.24in. W.G (60Pa).

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 7/5/2019


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