What is Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating?
For decades, split-zoning air-conditioning and heat pump systems have been the quiet solution for Cooling & Heating problems around the world. Our quiet and powerful systems have three main components: an indoor unit, outdoor unit, and remote controller. Installation is as simple as mounting the indoor and outdoor units, connecting the refrigerant lines, and making a few electrical connections.
Why Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating Systems?
Mitsubishi Electric is the industry leader in split-ductless air-conditioning technology – period. Compare and you’ll see that no one surpasses the Mitsubishi Electric brand’s performance for quiet, easy-to-use, and energy-efficient operation. And because our split-ductless technology carries the Mitsubishi Electric name, you know every product is built to last. The bottom line is, Mitsubishi Electric systems deliver the ultimate in comfort control for your home or office. It’s true today and will be comfortably evident for years to come.
Where Can Mitsubishi Electric Products Be Used?
If a room is too hot or too cold, Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating products can handle it! Mitsubishi Electric split-zoning systems are specifically designed to improve the comfort level in an uncomfortably hot or cold room of an existing building. Because they don’t require ductwork, they’re the perfect heating and cooling systems for renovating older buildings that were constructed before air conditioning was available – even those with plaster walls and brick facades. The versatility and variety of applications for Mitsubishi Electric systems are virtually unlimited. They’re an excellent choice for almost any spot cooling or heating situation, including enclosed sunrooms, upstairs bedrooms, classrooms, hospitals, nursing homes, restaurants, hotels, workout rooms, computer rooms, offices and churches. They’re also equipped with an anti-allergen filter and prevent the cross-flow of air with contaminants. And because they can be controlled by zone, it’s easy to set the controls for the exact room temperature you want.
How does it work?
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating products can fit into almost any space because their innovative engineering optimizes the capabilities of the INVERTER technology and R410A refrigerant for more efficient systems with smaller indoor and outdoor units. R410A refrigerant is environmentally friendly, with zero Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP). The units themselves are also made of recyclable materials.
Choose ductless air conditioning
Why? A ductless mini-split air conditioner is an efficient way to cool your home. These systems can cool several rooms at different preferred temperatures without the hassle and cost of having a duct system installed. Ducts also tend to be leaky: by installing a ductless system instead of a traditional central air conditioner, much less energy is lost distributing cool air.
How it works:
- There are at least two units to a ductless/mini-split air conditioner: (1) the outside condenser, and (2) the inside wall-mounted air-handling units. Most systems also include a hand-held remote control.
- There are two pipes connecting the indoor and outdoor units. The outdoor condenser cools refrigerant, and then pipes it to the air handlers in the house.
- The air-handlers use the refrigerant to cool the air and then blow it into the room.
- You can install multiple air-handlers to cool multiple rooms with one single outdoor unit.
Things to think about: Make sure you purchase the most efficient ductless AC to maximize your energy savings. Replacing your air conditioning system with an ENERGY STAR® qualified ductless system could cut your cooling costs by 30%. Visit www.energystar.gov for details.
Good to know: For tips on how to choose a contractor, visit www.energystar.gov. Look for someone with experience installing ductless units – inexperienced contractors can overestimate how hard they are to install.
- Since the condenser unit is outside, ductless air conditioners are much quieter than window units.
- Ductless units have a small footprint and installation only takes a day or two.
- Ductless units provide additional security compared to window units by allowing you to fully lock your windows.
- Ductless units are much less expensive to install than central air conditioning, since you don't have to install a duct system in your ceilings and walls.
- Ductless units provide zoning so you can cool just the rooms being occupied. In contrast, most central air conditioning systems cool the entire home even when not all rooms are occupied.