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Mitsubishi Electric Becomes First HVAC Manufacturer in U.S. to Employ Honeywell’s RedLINK™ Wireless Technology
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and Heating Solutions , an industry leader in split-zoning and variable refrigerant flow cooling and heating technology in the U.S., today announced that it will incorporate Honeywell’s RedLINK™ wireless HVAC protocol into Mitsubishi Electric’s line of split-ductless and ducted heat pumps.
Best HVAC System for a School?

I am designing air conditioning for a school. I am a fresh graduate, and I need help in deciding what system to use for the school?

Cooling is the primary requirement, heating and fresh air also needed. I divided the building into 16 thermal zones.

Fan coils with separate ventilation systems may be the best, but what type of fan coil? wall mounted? or ducted units which are hidden in the ceiling? or you suggest a system

I need your help ! but please, when you answer, justify and convince me.

Guys you dont have to worry, I am working for a senior engineer. I will not design the system before having his approval.

My husband has been in HVAC for 25 years. He doesn’t think you’ve provided enough information because he needs to know how the building itself is divided up. In other words, are your 16 thermal zones classrooms? Is the building being built from scratch or are you simply designing and installing a new HVAC system?

With the information you have provided, and realizing there isn’t enough information, his current suggestion is that you use boiler heat for the building and combo units for the cooling, but that is based solely on the idea that the 16 zones are classrooms.

As for your third paragraph’s questions, he can’t give you a specific answer on that until he knows more about the answers to the questions he has for you. However, if the building already has a boiler system, or that’s what you’re planning to install, then wall mounted units with A/C already installed in them which have a fan and a separate coil to tie into the boiler would be his best suggestion.

If you would like to email me with more questions, I will be happy to get back to you. Just click on my avatar and email me right through y!a. Keep in mind my husband is home this evening, but will be at work tomorrow, so I may not be able to answer your questions until tomorrow evening.

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