Mitsubishi offers high-end products designed with innovative features that you just won't find in other models. All units align with the 'Mitsubishi Electric Quality' standard and ensure efficiency, durability, and high comfort. The company stands out from its competition in several different areas.
Most Mitsubishi air conditioners have Energy Star certification. They consume less electricity compared to other low-efficiency products and help cut energy costs, making them extremely environment-friendly as well.
Challenged to develop air conditioning systems that deliver outstanding performance in all the different climatic conditions found in Japan, Mitsubishi has developed incredibly sophisticated yet durable products and systems that can be used under virtually every natural climate.
While conventional heat pumps can't function optimally at temperatures less than 30 to 35 F, the mini-split heat pump has the ability to run down to 15 F at full capacity. With an emphasis on energy efficiency, Mitsubishi's most efficient ductless heat pump hold a 26 SEER rating and 10.5 HSPF.
The high SEER, short for seasonal energy efficient ratio, also happens to be one of the highest among its competitors in the industry and well above the US government SEER standard of 14 for residential HVAC systems.
Built to perform as heating or cooling is needed, the increase and decrease in the compression allow for this unit to be particularly energy efficient during day-to-day operation in almost any climate.
Hyper-Heating H2I® was designed by Mitsubishi specifically to keep your home comfortable while outside gets as low as -13° F. In fact, hyper heat models provide 100% of their rated capacity all the way down to 23° F. Meaning even if it's below freezing outside, your mini-split won't miss a beat heating your home.
The H2i® hyper heat systems use enhanced compressor systems to provide 76% of their capacity even when it's -13° F outside. Any heat that's still in the air, they're able to pull out better than any other compressor to date. Mitsubishi's main goal was to make sure you won't need any supplemental heat sources to heat your home in the winter, even in the most extreme temperatures.