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Lofty potential for CO2 heat pumps in Australia Mitsubishi Heavy Industries AirConditioners Australia (MHIAA) has completed its first Q-ton CO2 airto-water heat pump installation in Australia. Now WaterMark-certified, the Q-ton is demonstrating its cost effectiveness and potential to replace traditional hot water production systems around the country.

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itsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia (MHIAA) has completed its first Q-ton CO 2 air-to-water heat pump installation at the Matterhorn Lodge Perisher Valley, New South Wales (NSW) – the first of its kind in the alpine region of Australia. MHIAA received the WaterMark certification in June 2017, a mandatory certification issued by the Australian Building Codes Board that approves the Q-ton for use in Australia. Soon after this, the installation at Matterhorn Lodge was completed. Accelerate Australia & NZ spoke to Trent Miller, air-to-water (A2W) manager for MHIAA in Australia, about the installation and the wider potential for CO 2 air-to-water heat pumps in Australia.

– By Devin Yoshimoto & Jan Dusek

Accelerate Europe

Winter 2017

Accelerate Europe #9 Winter 2017  

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Accelerate Europe #9 Winter 2017  

HONOURING THE TRAILBLAZERS The past twelve months have been full of innovation in the HVAC&R sector. The winter 2017 edition of Accelerate...