Mitsubishi Electric Quality
MEQ is the symbol of quality.
- Our products provide consistent performance for years, regardless of the surrounding environment.
- Each product is optimized for minimal power consumption.
- We aim to bring the best comfort and peace of mind to your home.
It is world-class. It is Mitsubishi Electric Quality.
Learn more about our approach to product development
and manufacturing, and the process of bringing MEQ to life.
Strive for Perfection.
A long-term commitment to delivering the absolute best
At Mitsubishi Electric, we pursue 100% excellence
through continuous improvement.
The process of building
an MEQ product
“RAISING THE BAR OF PERFECTION”
Step01 - R&D
Our key components have passed through multiple stages of research and development. Take the motor, for example – the heart of our system. Our motors boast technologies so advanced they are even used in our elevator with world-class speed. With expertise that spans a wide range of business areas, our R&D team have the ability to always raise the bar as they seek ever-higher levels of perfection.
“TAKING FULL CONTROL OF THE CORE”
Step02 - Design
In the same way that the heart, brain, and lungs work together, so the compressor, semiconductor, and fan of an air conditioner play essential roles and must work in harmony. At Mitsubishi Electric, key parts are manufactured in-house. Why? The only way to guarantee the best quality is by taking full control of the core components.
Step03 - Testing
We are continuously challenging the possibilities of our new technologies. Can we rely upon them? Can we guarantee safety? We test our products in the harshest conditions, from rain water to salt water, to exposing them to high voltages. All this so that they provide the best possible performance in your home, for as long as possible.
“A WHOLE NEW LEVEL
OF QUALITY CONTROL”
Step 04 - Production
We take pride in our brand. Our engineers use all of their skills and experience to thoroughly examine every detail of each product. Their expertise enables them to hear sounds that are imperceptible to machines, and ensure that even the smallest of parts are manufactured exactly as designed.