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Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating


Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating has published these technical articles:

(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Compressor: A refrigeration or air-conditioning system pump that circulates refrigerant through pipes between an outdoor and indoor unit using pressure. External Static Pressure (ESP): The measure of... (View Full Article)
(HVAC - Ventilation)
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Guilford College's Associate Vice President of Operations and Facilities, Jon Varnell, is part of the industry's growing corps of facility managers committed to green building. With an interest in... (View Full Article)
(Building and Construction Services)
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Designed by award-winning architect David Hewitt, Hewitt Architects, Seattle, Wash., the Bella Mira homes are fashioned in an elegant Northwest style with expansive floor plans up to 3,100 square... (View Full Article)
(HVAC - Cooling)
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In the semi-tropical Hattiesburg area, it is common for the heat index to hit 115 degrees. The summer of 2002 was no exception. When the split-ductless test units were started, the outdoor heat was... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Case Study: How a lake resort saved substantially on heating and cooling costs... (View Full Article)
(Building and Construction Services)
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Located in the Miracle Mile between Beverly Hills and Hollywood, The Hotel Wilshire is a luxury 74-room boutique hotel created from a 1950s six-story medical office building. Less than 12 months after... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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With conventional energy recovery ventilators, bypass auto ventilation was impossible without attaching an additional damper and adapter. With the LGH-F-RX3-E series, however, this mode is available... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Mitsubishi Electric has responded to the growing need for total, integrated management of building HVAC and indoor air quality by making it easier to interlock and control Lossnay® energy... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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A common misconception, regarding outside air ventilation, among engineers and manufacturers is that "bigger is always better." One large energy recovery unit to satisfy an entire building's fresh air... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Despite the fact that WWII-era barrack buildings 520 and 525 were converted to U.S. Army Pacific (USARPAC) Division Headquarters office buildings in 1998, a minimal number of window units were the... (View Full Article)