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Introduction to Hyper Heat Multi-Zone Ductless Heat Pumps

Ductless heat pumps are gaining popularity in the market, particularly for their energy efficiency and easy installation process. The Mitsubishi Hyper Heat Multi-Zone Ductless Heat Pump is a perfect example of a system that offers both these features, making it an ideal choice for homeowners looking to save on their heating and cooling bills. In this article, we’ll discuss a recent installation of a 30,000 BTU three-zone ductless heat pump in Glacier, where the system was designed to handle frigid temperatures efficiently.

Design Considerations for Cold Climate

When designing a system for areas prone to extreme temperatures, it’s crucial to select a model designed specifically for these conditions. The Mitsubishi Hyper Heat Multi-Zone Ductless Heat Pumps are designed to work in frigid temperatures, making them an excellent choice for installations in colder climates like Glacier.

Refrigerant Line Configurations

In this particular installation, the heat pump system includes three heads (indoor units), with two sets of refrigerant lines running up into a knee-wall area. The refrigerant lines split, with one set going to each end of the house, creating a mirror image on each side. This design allows for efficient distribution of heating and cooling throughout the home.

Speedy Channel Installation

Speedy Channel is used in the installation to neatly conceal the refrigerant lines and condensate drains, creating a clean and professional look. In this example, the installation team has implemented a mirror image of the Speedy Channel on each side of the house. This not only ensures a tidy appearance but also helps the system run smoothly and efficiently.

Condensate Line Handling

The condensate lines from the indoor units are connected to the gutter system on each end of the house. This neatly and effectively manages condensate drainage, ensuring proper functioning of the system and minimizing any potential water damage.

Indoor Units for Effective Heating and Cooling

This installation features different types of indoor units – an 18,000 BTU FH head and two 6,000 BTU GL heads. Each of these indoor units has its unique features and benefits, contributing to the overall performance of the system.

18,000 BTU FH Head

Installed in the living room, the 18,000 BTU FH head is designed to heat and cool large areas efficiently. It features a slim profile, blending seamlessly into the home’s interior design. One unique feature of this unit is the scene eye, a small sensor that constantly moves and scans the room to identify areas that require heating. This intelligent feature ensures optimal heat distribution across the living space, contributing to overall system efficiency.

6,000 BTU GL Heads

The 6,000 BTU GL heads are installed in two smaller rooms upstairs. These units have a more rounded shape and a slightly smaller footprint, making them suitable for installation in compact spaces. Although the units are smaller, they still offer efficient heating and cooling, ensuring comfort in every room of the house.


A Hyper Heat Multi-Zone Ductless Heat Pump installation, like the 30,000 BTU three-zone system described here, provides an energy-efficient solution for homeowners looking to make their homes more comfortable while reducing their heating and cooling costs. The system’s design is well suited for installations in colder climates, thanks to its efficient refrigerant line configurations and indoor unit selection. Additionally, the use of Speedy Channel and thoughtful condensate line handling ensures a clean and professional appearance, making this an excellent heating and cooling solution for any home.

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