Growth Drivers

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems

Our commercial and residential air-conditioning systems have earned a global reputation for a higher standard of performance, uncompromising reliability and cost-saving energy efficiency. At the leading-edge of air conditioner innovation, we provide greater comfort to customers while minimizing environmental impact, and creating a better world for all.

Overview

Comfort

In addition to ensuring a comfortable room in any environment, our world-leading technologies aim to provide an ideal harmony between users and their surroundings

Efficiency

Mitsubishi Electric’s air conditioning and refrigeration systems deliver optimum cost efficiency by continuously reducing energy requirements and improving the environmental performance of our products.

Durability

Our products are subjected to rigorous testing under harsh conditions that are more extreme than anything they’ll face in normal usage. This strict testing ensures years of reliable service.

Products

Air Conditioning Systems

History

1954

Shizuoka Works was established for the specialized production of room air conditioners and packaged air conditioners.

1968

Launch of "KIRIGAMINE", wall-mounted split-system room air conditioners equipped with the world's first line-flow fan.

1970

Launch of LOSSNAY heat recovery ventilation systems.

1978

Launch of "Mr.SLIM" air conditioners for commercial use.

1984~

Launch of "CITY MULTI" series of variable refrigerant flow (VRF) air conditioning systems.

1997

Launch of "KIRIGAMINE FX" series of room air-conditioners featuring "ZUBADAN" heat pump technology, achieving industry-leading heating capacity.

2001

Introduced “KIRIGAMINE” series with new mechanism that simplifies cleaning of indoor unit.

R&D/Technologies

Ingersoll Rand and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation to establish joint venture

The new entity will expand ductless and VRF heating and air conditioning systems in the U.S. and select Latin American countries.

Open factory for room air conditioners in Turkey

This initiative aims to expand business in Turkey and Europe, where the demands for room air conditioners and refrigeration systems are expected to increase.

Climaveneta S.p.A. and RC Group S.p.A. will merge and begin doing business as Mitsubishi Electric Hydronics & IT Cooling Systems S.p.A. on January 1

The merger has realized synergies for strengthened competitiveness in Mitsubishi Electric's HVAC business, mainly in Europe.

Introducing the next stage of CITY MULTI

CITY MULTI products feature a variety of indoor units, outdoor units, ventilation solutions, and control options enabling you to design the system that best meets the needs of your building.

Heat pump technology for cold climates

Around the world, Mitsubishi Electric is committed to developing energy-efficient heating systems that help keep CO2 emissions to a minimum.