Hot Water Systems

Air source reversible heat pump

MEHP-iB-G07

  • Capacity Range: 7 – 40 kW
  • Heating, cooling, and domestic hot water production
  • Variable speed twin-rotary and scroll compressors
  • Optimised for heating (up to 60⁰C HHW outlet)
  • Full-inverter technology (VSD compressors, EC Fans, EC Pump)
  • Packaged Unit (Plug & Play solution)

Mitsubishi Electric MEHP-iB-G07 air source reversible heat pump features a variable-speed compressor and R32 refrigerant, available in capacities from 7 to 40 kW and can meet the demands of residential and small—to medium sized commercial applications. Thanks to its wide operating limits, MEHP-iB-G07 is an alternative to classic gas or fuel heating systems and is ideal for organisations with objectives of decarbonisation and electrification of heating. The units provide heating, cooling, and domestic hot water production.

Heating, cooling, and domestic hot water production

Heating, cooling, and domestic hot water production

MEHP-iB-G07 can produce both medium water temperature for space heating and cooling and hot water for domestic use up to 60°C without any auxiliary accessories. The controller manages the production of domestic hot water through a 3-way valve to be installed externally to the unit. The system can produce hot water for radiant underfloor heating or household use. For comfort solutions, the system connects to a range of hydronic terminals. The FCU range includes ducted, ceiling cassette, floor console and wall mounted units.

Variable speed twin-rotary and scroll compressors

Variable speed twin-rotary and scroll compressors

The range features high quality and highly reliable R32 refrigerant-optimised Mitsubishi Electric twin rotary or variable speed scroll compressors (Inverter Driven), high-efficiency EC fans, and an electronic expansion valve. The compressors are soundproofed and installed on rubber anti-vibration mounts.

New Generation Inverter EC Fans

New Generation Inverter EC Fans

High-performing EC fans are made of polymeric ultralight material and help improve airflow modulation at partial loads. The fans deliver significant advantages in terms of reducing noise levels by 4-5 dB(A) compared to traditional* solutions and reducing the absorbed power by 25% compared to traditional* solutions. *Traditional is a non-inverter system/fixed speed compressor (EC fans compared to AC fans).

W3000+ software platform

W3000+ software platform

W3000+ control software includes functions and algorithms specifically developed and suitable for every application, from residential hot water management to zone management to light commercial. Specific control functions have been developed to integrate different energy sources based on availability, performance, and operating costs, always favouring renewable sources.

On-board variable speed EC water pump

On-board variable speed EC water pump

The unit is equipped with an integrated hydronic module as standard, which includes a variable flow EC motor pump, expansion vessel and flow switch, which provides a plug-and-play installation.

Packaged Unit (Plug & Play solution)

Packaged Unit (Plug & Play solution)

The packaged monobloc heat pumps are particularly easy to install. The hydraulic components are all contained inside the unit, and the pipe connections are hydraulic, so the typical installation procedures of direct expansion air conditioning systems (vacuum, refrigerant topping up, etc.) are not necessary.

R32 refrigerant

R32 refrigerant

R32 enables increased energy efficiency compared to R410A, with just one third of the global warming potential, the risk of environmental harm is greatly reduced.

System efficiency

System efficiency

The unit is designed with a holistic HVAC system approach: all components are set in synergy according to a proprietary logic to maximise the efficiency of the unit.

High efficiency at partial loads

High efficiency at partial loads

High values of seasonal efficiency thanks to the modulation of all the electric motors present in the units: compressors, fans and water pump. The unit provides the exact capacity in correspondence with the actual needs of the building: high efficiency translates into reduced energy consumption throughout the unit’s working period.

Integration among different sources

Integration among different sources

Integrates different energy sources based on availability, performance, and costs of their use, always favouring renewable sources. The auxiliary sources are used to meet the building's needs at low outdoor temperatures by integrating the heat pump's heating capacity.

Other Features

  • EC fans
  • R32 refrigerant
  • W3000+ software platform
  • On-board variable speed EC water pump
  • Dynamic variable water flow control (VPF.E)
  • AVAILABLE IN STOCK

MEHP-iB-G07 Air source reversible heat pump

MEHP-iB-G07 monobloc heat pump introduction

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MEHP-iB-G07 is Mitsubishi Electric’s new air source reversible heat pump. With its wide operating limits, high efficiencies both at full and partial loads, the integrated hydronic module makes it a plug & play unit, with a compact footprint, the new range is a valid alternative to traditional gas or fuel heating systems in residential and small tertiary applications, in line with the objectives of decarbonisation and electrification of heating.

The new MEHP-iB-G07 air source reversible heat pump is equipped with an integrated hydronic module as standard, which includes a variable-flow EC motor pump, expansion vessel, and flow switch. This provides an easy and fast installation, ideal in residential and small tertiary applications to which these units are dedicated.

MEHP-iB-G07 adapts to the most varied load conditions thanks to precise temperature control, which is also obtained thanks to the use of inverter technology in all its components. It ensures high levels of energy efficiency both at full load and at partial load.

MEHP-iB-G07 uses the proprietary W3000+ control software, which includes functions and algorithms specifically developed and suitable for applications such as residential with domestic hot water management, zone management, and light commercial. Specific control functions have been developed to integrate different energy sources based on availability, performance and operating costs, always favouring renewable sources.

Auxiliary sources, such as boilers and electric heaters, are used to achieve any building requirements with low external temperatures, integrating the thermal power provided by the heat pump. In addition, the optional Kiplink device enables local and remote monitoring.

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