The new outdoor units link to a dedicated internal hydrobox via refrigerant piping which allows all water piping and connections to be sited internally.
The hydrobox, the 7.5kW model and the 12kW model are all manufactured in the UK. The 12kW model can be sited up to 75 metres away from the hydrobox and the 4kW and 7.5kW models up to 40 metres.
All three models have been approved under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).
“These new models expand the Ecodan range and allow us to offer even more flexibility of design and functionality, ensuring that more of the nation’s buildings can benefit from low carbon heating,” said John Kellett, Mitsubishi Electric’s heating general manager.
“These new split models will enable even more building operators to see how heat pumps can deliver reliable, low carbon heating into their premises.
“Add to this the ability to work alongside an existing heating system and we can now offer a simple and effective route to low carbon heating.”