Walnut Hill Community Church

Walnut Hill Community Church
I do a lot of design-builds with Mitsubishi Electric equipment. I’m in love with the technology. We didn’t consider any other brand. This project was going to be Mitsubishi or nothing.

Clay Norman has been a member of Bethel, Connecticut’s Walnut Hill Community Church since 1985. Serving as both an Elder and as the Director of Facilities, Norman has seen many church renovations over the years and knew the HVAC system needed to be replaced in 2017. But with four existing 32-ton ducted air handling units as well as a boiler and chiller, a replacement seemed difficult and costly. After consulting with a distributor and contractor, the streamlined and efficient solution was clear: Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) from Mitsubishi Electric. Download the PDF below to read more. You’ll hear from Clay as well as the distributor and the contractor.

Walnut Hill Community Church

Project Location: Bethel, Connecticut
Completion Date: April 2018

Project Team

  • HVAC Installer: Eastern Mechanical Services, Inc., Danbury, Connecticut
  • Distributor: Homans Associates, Wallingford, Connecticut

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (4) LEV Kits 
  • (8) PUHY-PTKMU-A, Y-Series Outdoor Units
  • (1) MXZ-3C24NAHZ2-U1, Multi Zone Hyper-Heating INVERTER® (H2i®) Outdoor Unit
  • (1) PKFY-P06NBMU-E2, Wall-mounted Indoor Unit
  • (8) PLFY-EPNEMU-E, 4-Way Ceiling Cassettes
  • (7) PEFY-PNMHU-E2, Ceiling-concealed Ducted Units
  • (2) PVFY-P48NAMU-E, Multi-position Air Handlers
  • (2) SLZ-KA12NA, Ceiling Cassettes
  • (1) AE-200A Centralized Controller
  • (8) PAC-YT53CRAU Simple MA Remote Controllers
Product Category
VRF Zoning Systems
Completion Date
April, 2018
Case Study Type
For Professionals
Text Box Type
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
simultaneous cooing & heating

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