Introduced in Europe, MHI’s central control consoles can manage up to 16 Q-ton CO2 units and 128 air conditioners.
The company exhibited its 20HP CO2 condensing unit as well as its “C-LTS” NH3/CO2 cascade system at FOOMA Japan 2021.
The system is aimed at restaurants, small grocery stores and cold rooms, initially in Sweden.
By the end of March, the company will have eliminated all HCFCs, using ammonia and CO2 systems instead.
Like its 40HP predecessor unit, the 80HP model targets the food manufacturing industry.
Sales are scheduled to begin in the summer of 2020.
Casa de La Plata in Seville and the Aparthotel Attica21 Vallés in Barcelona have both installed a 30kW CO2 heat pump produced by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
An air-to-water heat pump based on natural refrigerant CO2 is delivering energy savings at the Shene Estate & Distillery in Tasmania.