Mitsibushi Heavy Industries Air Conditioning

Mitsibushi Heavy Industries Air Conditioning

Mitsibushi Heavy Industries is yet another brand recognised for its reliable, high quality air conditioning units.

Their range is developed using the blue prints of aircraft technology, and their air conditioning systems are well known for their quiet and efficient operation. Mitsibushi Heavy Industries is another brand that uses Japanese technology to ensure the highest level of craftsmanship and design.

A leading manufacturer of residential and commercial heating and cooling solutions. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries air conditioners are recognised by CHOICE as Australia’s best air-conditioner brand and Canstar Blue as having Australia’s most satisfied customers.

Mitsibushi Heavy Industries’ range of air conditioning units covers classic wall split systems, cassettes, multi head split systems and ducted systems for homes and businesses.

Don’t be mislead by the ‘Heavy Industries’ title; these units are created with both the residential home and big commercial space in mind. There are options for remote control and wired systems, and each unit has excellent range and air flow.

Mitsibushi Heavy Industries have an excellent reputation within the air conditioning industry, which is why we choose to work with and stock the brand at AAPL.

Named by choice® as best air conditioner brand 2 yrs in a row.

Capping off an incredible 20th anniversary year, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, Pty. Ltd. (MHIAA) were very pleased to announce that they have once again been recognised as the Best Brand of Air Conditioners by leading consumer advocacy group CHOICE®.

The Best Brand of Air-Conditioners recognition is based on test reviews of over 140 split system air conditioners and the results of the annual reliability and satisfaction survey completed by 7,738 CHOICE® members.

Overall Mitsubishi Heavy Industries out performed all competitors with an overall Best Brand Score of 79% to be awarded the Best Brand of Air Conditioners in 2019.