Boston’s New Waterfront initiative has created an influx of business and new housing where sea meets land. Boston’s revitalized Seaport District now sports a harbor walk that meanders through shops, fine restaurants, and upscale neighborhoods.
While mechanical energy codes may lag relative to the efficiency targets of some other codes , the expansion of VRF into a wider range of equipment makes it easier than ever to exceed expectations. Perhaps more importantly, its incorporation into heat pumps, dehu-midifiers, compressors, and more represents more flexibility in delivering an effective retrofit without a total system overhaul.
The company’s Hyper-Heating INVERTER (H2i™) technology, which is available in select Mr. Slim® Split-ductless and CITY MULTI® VRFZ models, is featured in this brochure. Included are product photos, information on how the technology works, features and benefits, and specification charts.