Mitsubishi Electric is a world leader in air conditioning systems for residential, commercial and industrial use. Challenged to create air conditioning systems that provide exemplary performance in the wide-ranging climatic conditions found throughout Japan, our engineers develop amazingly sophisticated yet durable units and systems capable of constant use under virtually any natural climatic condition on earth. Each product is an amazing feat in its own, delivering years of quiet operation, energy-efficient performance and minimum impact on the environment.
A wide variety of indoor unit designs and outdoor unit capacities ensures the flexibility to meet the most challenging of air conditioning needs. From aesthetic wall-mounted and floor-standing designs to ceiling-recessed cassettes, abundant options are available to match virtually any interior design. Many systems are equipped with the "l-see sensor", an original Mitsubishi Electric technology that realises better air conditioning control. This is combined with other industry-leading energy-saving and silencing technologies to produce air conditioners that provide optimum performance and room comfort wherever they are installed.
The Mr Slim Series of small- to medium-sized split-type room air conditioners offers the convenience of being compact yet powerful; a combination ensuring excellent performance and easy installation. Available in a variety of capacity and design combinations, the Series is ideal for creating a "best match" system for your air conditioning requirements. Inverter-based units promise industry-leading quiet operation and a high coefficient of performance (COP).
Mitsubishi Electric's VRF air conditioning systems offer the luxury of distributed airflow and the independent control of indoor units. Installation flexibility and a wide selection of indoor unit designs and outdoor unit capacities ensure "best match" solutions for air conditioning needs, even for the most diversified requirements. Consideration for the environment during development has led to the manufacture of powerful, compact units that consume minimal energy, have a high coefficient of performance (COP) and contribute to maximum room comfort.
Heat pump systems are capturing attention as a decisive catalyst in efforts to conserve energy. Maximising innovative Mitsubishi Electric technologies, it is now possible to harness atmospheric heat collected from the air and use it to provide highly efficient heating, even in cold climates. Mitsubishi Electric is expanding its capabilities in this area and currently offers a heat pump with a coefficient of performance (COP) of 4.0: 1 kW of electrical energy output and 3 kW of heat energy transferred from outside-air give the heat pump an impressive final heat output of 4 kW.
The unique Lossnay heat-exchange technologies developed by Mitsubishi Electric help refresh a room's air while leaving temperature and humidity largely unchanged. The Lossnay core is comprised of a diaphragm constructed of specially processed paper configured into a cross-flow, plate-fin structure. The advanced heat-transfer and moisture permeability properties of the paper help maximise the recovery of heat as air is circulated through the element. The result is substantial energy savings and a more comfortable indoor environment. Lossnay ventilators can be used alone or in combination with other air conditioning/ventilation systems.
Mitsubishi Electric manufactures a line-up of powerful rotary compressors designed to suit a variety of applications and operate smoothly even in harsh environments. Our advanced scroll compressors utilise a "Frame Compliance Mechanism (FCM)," a state-of-the-art technology that maximises energy usage and reduces friction, thereby ensuring less vibration, higher durability and low-noise operation. Offering superlative performance and long service life, these compressors are suitable for a wide range of uses including air conditioning and heating systems.
These high-speed hand dryers use "jet blasts" of air to dry hands completely in a matter of seconds. Mitsubishi Electric developed this original technology in 1993, and the popularity of these hand dryers has continued growing ever since. Today they can be found installed in hotels, restaurants, shopping centers, schools and other public facilities in countries worldwide. Energy-efficient, low-noise operation brings a new level of convenience and satisfaction to users while saving on operating costs.