Design & Installation of next generation Mitsubishi Hybrid VRF System
ASPECT COURT, SHEFFIELD
Aspect Court is an office building that was purchased in 2018 by Sheffield Hallam University. Alterations and refurbishments commenced of existing an office block into a new teaching space.
The building spans over 7 storeys, with the floor plan covering a total of 700sqm. The previous air conditioning units were unreliable and costly, therefore the customer employed Austin Broady Associates to install a completely new air conditioning unit on both the 5th and 6th floor.
Work commenced in April 2020 where Austin Broady installed a brand-new Mitsubishi Electric Hybrid VRF system. Hybrid VRF is a unique 2-Pipe Heat Recovery System that replaces refrigerant with water between the Hybrid Branch Circuit Controller and the indoor units
This revolutionary design minimises the need for expensive and on-going leak detection servicing and is specifically designed for occupied spaces where quiet, energy efficient, simultaneous heating and cooling is valued.
The customer was extremely pleased with the outcome of the project and will follow up with a media report. Overall, the building will now benefit from a low environmental impact and a revolutionary air conditioning system.