St. Ignatius Loyola School

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Working inside an old building can be problematic. The more disruptive you are, the more expensive. VRF is minimally invasive.

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Many of the classrooms at St. Ignatius Loyola School, Cincinnati, had no air conditioning – a real problem on hot days. On cold days, the school’s low-pressure boiler consumed a lot of expensive gas. A Variable Refrigerant Flow zoning system from Mitsubishi Electric solved both problems, offering the school comfort through Ohio’s icy winters and cost savings to the tune of $11,000 a year. Download the PDF below to read moreYou’ll hear from the school’s physical plant manager, the engineer and the contractor, and see photos of the school and equipment.


St. Ignatius Loyola School


Project Location: Cincinnati
Completion Date: September 2013

Project Team

  • HVAC Engineer: CR architecture + design, Cincinnati
  • HVAC Contractor: EQS Mechanical, Cincinnati
  • Distributor: The Habegger Corporation, Cincinnati

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed:

  • (4) PUHY Y-Series Outdoor Units
  • (8) PCFY Ceiling-suspended Indoor Units
  • (30) PLFY 4-Way Ceiling-recessed Cassette Indoor Units
  • (1) PKFY Wall-mounted Indoor Unit
  • (1) AG-150A Centralized Controller 

 

Product Category
VRF Zoning Systems
Application
Educational Facility
Completion Date
September, 2013
Location
Ohio
Case Study Type
For Professionals
Text Box Type
aesthetics
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
footprint
retrofit/historic restoration
sound

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