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Power up your HVAC systems in BIM projects with Mitsubishi Electric

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Are you still downloading single Revit families or DWG files when designing HVAC systems in Revit or AutoCAD? Stop wasting time and download the latest MEPcontent App: the Mitsubishi Electric System Designer for Revit and AutoCAD.

Using this App it is very easy for MEP engineers, designers and modelers to find, select and configure complete Mitsubishi Electric heating and cooling systems within a BIM project. Leaving your Revit or AutoCAD project is no longer necessary with the built-in Mitsubishi Electric plugin. By downloading this free App you get instant access to all Mitsubishi Electric products related to cooling and heating systems.

Save time by searching on article number, description, model or series and filter on technical properties such as the nominal heating capacity. Once placed in your model, it is easy to share product specific data such as localized article numbers, GTIN or URL’s with purchasing- or management stakeholders. Directly order your required Mitsubishi Electric products from within the BIM project using an up-to-date Bill-Of-Materials.

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The following product series are currently available in the App: Mitsubishi Electric City Multi, Mitsubishi Electric Ecodan, Mitsubishi Electric E-series, Mitsubishi Electric Lossnay, Mitsubishi Electric Mr. Slim. This App will be constantly maintained and updated, not only with the latest product information, but also with new functionalities to keep you up to speed designing HVAC systems. In the coming months the App will be updated with functionality to draw piping and place fittings with the correct sizes to easily connect units. Make sure to keep an eye on the MEPcontent App store, offering you the latest Apps for Revit and AutoCAD.

The MEPcontent Mitsubishi Electric System Designer App for Revit and AutoCAD can be downloaded for free from the MEPcontent store. Downloading and installing the App will take less than 2 minutes, no IT administrative rights needed.

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