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Mitsubishi Climate Control: HEAT PUMP

The Gas Engine Heat Pump (GHP) is designed for both commercial and residential applications. Heat pumps are available in 11- and 15-ton capacities in one-phase and in 3-phase and can be fueled by natural gas or propane. Modular systems can be combined for large installations; up to 20 ducted ceiling-recessed air handlers, from 1 to 4 tons, can be installed on a 15-ton heat pump. Features of the system include precise zone control and on-board self-diagnostics.

Mitsubishi Climate Control, 3030 E. Victoria, Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221; 800-835-4494; 310-635-4588 (fax); www.mitsubishicc.com (website).

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