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Wittichen Supply Co. - NASEO 2014 Annual Meeting
Innovative Solutions from
Mitsubishi Electric
Paul Doppel
Senior Director, Industry & Government Relations
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Cooling & Heating
34 Years of Leadership
Providing Unique Solutions
for the HVAC Market
…and Counting
Ductless Split-System Advantage
Residential Solutions
INVERTER Compressor Advantage
 Constant circulation of
conditioned air
 Over-sizing not an
issue!
 Systems match load
requirements
 Comfort levels are
reached quickly
 improves humidity
control
 reduces hot/cold pockets
 Lower sounds levels
from both fan and
compressor
 No cold air delivery at
low temperature heat
pump start up
Strategies for Ductless
 Replace window air conditioners
 Hot Spot / Cold Spot
 Places where traditional systems cannot go
Customers see %15 to 25% savings or more
Not only savings but increased COMFORT!
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World HVAC Market Overview
Ductless is a small percent of the U.S. HVAC market yet
well-positioned to progress into a radical growth stage
Window
Unitary
Chillers
Movable
Ductless
Japan
90%
7.2M Systems
China
86%
16.7M Systems
Europe
81%
7.6M Systems
USA
4%
0.4M Systems
Source: BSRIA (Building Services Research and
Information Association) report, 2005/2007
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U.S. HVAC Market Overview
Industry Volume Comparison
0.5%
Chillers
15%
Funarnces
27%
Portable Acs
PTAC
32%
9%
VRF / Ductless Systems
Rooftops
6%
Single Package
2%
*Room AC not included in analysis
Source: AHRI and BRSI, September 2012
4%
5%
Split System AC
Split System Heat Pump
2012 Energy Usage Data
Note: Data collected from the most current (2012) annual
United States Energy Information Administration (EIA) survey.
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2012 Energy Usage Data
Consumption for Home Heating
US
IN
IA
MI
MN
ND
SD
WI WY
Natural Gas (%) 49.4
62 64.8 77.6
67.4 41.6 67.6 49.2
65.8 60.8
Fuel Oil (%) 6.5
1.1 0.9 1.7
3.1 4.6 2.9 3.2
3.6 0.3
Electricity (%) 35.5 26.4 17.7 7.6 15.1 37.1
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OH
LP Gases (%)
5
Other/None (%)
3.6
7.4 13.5 8.8
3
3.1 4.3
21 26.6 13.9 20.9
10 13.7 5.5
4.3
3.1
3
17 10.8 10.7
4
5.8
7.3
$-
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3/1/2014
2/1/2014
$5.00
1/1/2014
12/1/2013
11/1/2013
10/1/2013
9/1/2013
8/1/2013
7/1/2013
2012
6/1/2013
5/1/2013
4/1/2013
3/1/2013
2/1/2013
1/1/2013
12/1/2012
$3.00
11/1/2012
$4.00
10/1/2012
Price of LP Gases
2014
2013
$2.00
$1.00
Mitsubishi Innovative Solutions
1. Supplement heat
 Room additions
 Replace electric strip heaters
2. Hyper Heating with Inverters (H2i)
 Increase capacity at lower temperatures
 Heat pump HEAT way below ZERO
3. Displacement
 Leave existing equipment in place
 Add Mini-splits & Multi-splits where you live
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Fuel Switching Potential
 Oil-fired heating systems
 Replacement - significant operating cost savings
 Displacement – often effectively used with oil-fired
system
• DHP serving part of living spaces
• Or DHP used as primary source except during extremely
cold temperatures
 Gas-fired heating systems
 Replacement – small operating cost savings
 Displacement – AC usage, some heating
• DHP used to heat specific space or addition
• Knowledge gap – DHP & gas heat at various temperatures
DHP Scenarios-Existing Buildings
1.
Replacement of electric resistance heat
a) Window AC replaced
b) Or; central AC displaced
Baseline – Electric resistance (COP 1) & std. AC
2.
Replacement of central heat pump
a) HP & electric resistance coil (heating below 17°F)
Baseline – Heat pump @ existing or std. HSPF (includes resistance factor)
3.
Displacement of oil, gas, propane central heat
a) Variable heating usage – climate and user discretion
b) Window AC replaced
c) Or; central AC displaced
Baseline options:
1.
2.
Std. efficiency DHP
Window AC @ existing or std. EER & partial heating fuel displacement
Mitsubishi Innovative Solutions
Hyper-heating (H2i™) INVERTER
 Provides exceptional
heat pump output
 Full heating capacity
at 5° F for cold weather
locations
 Efficient heat pump
heating to -18° F
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Impressive H2i Case Studies
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Hyper Heat in Action
• Goal of Passive House:
Reduce energy consumption
as much as possible so that it
becomes realistic and
affordable to energize the
building almost entirely with
renewable energy
• The upper limit for Passive
Houses is 38 kBTU per
square foot per year
• For Jung home, the annual
Primary Energy Calculation is
24.1 kBTU
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Mitsubishi Electric H2i Systems
(2) MSZ-FE12NA8 Indoor Units
(2) MUZ-FE12NA1 Outdoor Units
Hyper-heating INVERTER
120
100% @
5o
100
F
80
87% @ -4o F
60
80% @
-13o
F
40
20
0
-13
-4
0
5
10
17
25
30
35
40
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Mitsubishi Electric Hyper-heat INVERTER (H2iTM)
Mitsubishi Electric Standard INVERTER Heat Pump system
Typical Unitary Equipment
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Equipment Heating Capabilities
Outdoor Wet Bulb Temperature
-20°F
-18.7°F
-25°F
-10°F
0°F
10°F
20°F
Y-Series Hyper Heat
30°F
40°F
S-Series
60°F
60°F
R2-Series, Y-Series
-18.7°F
Y-Series Hyper Heat
-18.7°F
Y-Series Hyper Heat
Y-Series Hyper Heat60°F
60°F
R2-Series Hyper Heat
Y-Series Hyper Heat
50°F
60°F
Hyper Heat Performance
Traditional Heat Pump
R2-Series & Y-Series
H2i Y-Series & R2-Series
S-Series
R2-Series & Y-Series
(High Heat Setting)
H2i Y-Series & R2-Series (High
Heat Setting)
1.2
Ratio of Heating Output
1
0.8
Standard
Traditional
H2i Heat
Mitsubishi Electric
Pump
Performance
Performance
Performance
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
-13
-4
0
5
14
23
32
Outdoor Temperature °F WB
41
50
55
59
60
Hyper-heating INVERTER
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Displacement
A 1860-vintage home in rural western
Massachusetts substantiated savings
on the cost of heating oil during the
brutally cold winter of 2013-2014 with
a Mitsubishi H2i Heat Pump.
The $3500 cost of the heat pump was
offset by $2500 in grants and rebates.
IMPROVEMENTS:
 Parallel heat pump to reduce the runtime of the oil-fired boiler
 Attic insulation, a 6mm poly barrier for basement, new door sweeps
 New thermostat, LED and CFL bulbs, faucet and shower aerators
RESULTS:
 Electric bill increased by $51/month
 Fuel oil bill reduced by $174 per month
 Annual energy cost savings of $786
MSZ-FH**NA Systems
MSZ/MUZ-FH09/12 /18
 Extra High Efficiency!
 Up to 30.5 SEER and 13.5 HSPF
 All systems qualify for ENERGY STAR
 Hyper-heating INVERTER systems
 Comfort with i-See Sensor Technology
 Triple filtration
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Full Line–up from 9,000 to 192,000 Btu/H
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Cooling & Heating
1340 Satellite Boulevard, Suwanee, GA 30024
Office: 678-275-8801 | Mobile: 678-777-5131
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.mehvac.com/
Market Expansion / Penetration
H2i
Standard HP
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