Whilst Mitsubishi Electric offer their own packaged cylinder solution, we also offer a range of packaged cylinders made by King span which work with the Ecodan air source heat pump.Contact Us...
Mitsubishi Electric is now manufacturing a stainless steel 200 litre capacity water cylinder designed to work with the Ecodan air source heat pump, which helps to cut installation time by 70% compared to a bare cylinder installation.
The cylinder, manufactured in the ISO 14001/9001 certified Livingston factory in Scotland, (where the 8.5kW Ecodan unit is also made) has been designed with quality and aesthetics in mind.
The cylinder is pre-wired and pre-plumbed, WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) Approved, and includes a large surface area coil, primary circuit and hot water tank expansion vessels, filter, electric booster and immersion heaters and all necessary control and safety valves.
Designed with both the installer and end user in mind, the intention is to provide the market with a product that allows for faster, neater installations with simplified controls. This and the improved appearance of the cylinder and the easy connections at the top, will help maximise reliability and long term savings in running costs.
Mitsubishi Electric is still marketing stand-alone systems but believes that packaged systems are more cost-effective in terms of initial costs and install time.
Whilst Mitsubishi Electric offer their own packaged cylinder solution, we also offer a range of packaged cylinders made by King span which work with the Ecodan air source heat pump.
The AEROCYL.me pre-plumbed unvented cylinder enables quick and easy installation of Ecodan into most homes. All the components have been carefully selected to ensure good system efficiency and ease of installation. The packaged cylinder offers a flexible, quick and easy solution to both retrofit and new build installations.
Mitsubishi Electric also offer three solar thermal compatible cylinders in the stainless steel AEROCYL.me Plus pre-plumbed ranged. These cylinders have twin coils, optimised to accept input from both a heat pump and a solar thermal panel.