Miami University’s Elliott and Stoddard Hall

An image of the red-brick exterior of Miami University's Elliot Hall.
Mitsubishi Electric systems are simply better engineered. Coupled with the geothermal wells, this will be far more efficient than a traditional system.

When Miami University decided to end on-campus coal burning, they turned to water-source VRF from Mitsubishi Electric. The system paired with geothermal technology, which led to a 61 percent decrease in energy consumption. VRF’s small footprint also maintained the architectural integrity of buildings dating back to the 1800s. Download the PDF below to read moreYou’ll hear from the school’s director of energy systems, the HVAC distributor and the mechanical engineer, and see photos of the school and equipment.


Miami University

Project Location: Oxford, Ohio
Completion Date: August 2011

Project Team

  • Owner: Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
  • Mechanical Engineer: Heapy Engineering, Dayton, Ohio
  • HVAC Contractor: Driekrast Piping Corp., Cincinnati
  • HVAC Distributor: Habegger Corporation, Cincinnati

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed: Elliott Hall

  • (3) PQRY-P96THMU-A R2-Series Water-source Condenser Units
  • (2) PMFY-P06NBMU-E Ceiling-recessed Cassette Indoor Units
  • (2) PKFY-P12NHMU-E Wall-mounted Indoor Units
  • (1) PEFY-P18NMHU-E Ceiling-concealed Ducted Indoor Unit
  • (1) PFFY-P06NEMU-E Floor-standing Exposed Indoor Unit
  • (16) PFFY-P06NRMU-E Floor-standing Concealed Indoor Units
  • (10) PFFY-P08NRMU-E Floor-standing Concealed Indoor Units
  • (6) PFFY-P12NRMU-E Floor-standing Concealed Indoor Units
  • (3) CMB Branch Circuit (BC) Controllers
  • (1) AG-150 Centralized Controller
Product Category
VRF Zoning Systems
Application
Educational Facility
Completion Date
August, 2011
Location
Florida
Text Box Type
aesthetics
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
footprint
geothermal
leed®/green
retrofit/historic restoration

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