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Why Choose Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Built on history and experience

Delivering engineering excellence for over 130 years, the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries brand has a rich history of superior air conditioning products and is instantly recognisable for quality and technological advancement.

Innovation is in our DNA

Leveraging our experience within the energy, space, aviation, automotive and environment sectors and utilising cutting edge technology, innovation is central to both our organisation and the development of our air conditioning solutions.

Technology that outlasts and outperforms

Our Japanese-engineered technologies allow us to design and deliver world class air conditioning systems that go the distance within the tough Australian climates.

Committed to our customers

Standing behind the quality of our products is our commitment to our customers and after sales service guarantees. Comprehensive warranties provide you peace of mind and carry our promise of quality to you.

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A New Direction Stephen Haller joins MHIAA as General Manager, Sales and Marketing

In a further move of the company’s growing expansion within the HVAC market, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, Pty. Ltd. (MHIAA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Stephen Haller as General Manager of Sales and Marketing. This new role within the company will focus on developing a strong sales and marketing force to continue and expand the company’s success and leadership over the coming years. With a strong background in Business Development, Leadership and Management, and a thirst for knowledge, Stephen acknowledges that he is excited to be joining Australia’s most awarded brand of air conditioners. “It is a privilege to be joining a team with such a successful record. Having won not only the CHOICE® Best Brand of Air Conditioners for four years in a row but also the Canstar Blue Most Satisfied Customer award for three years in a row, it is clear to me that MHIAA…

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MHI Wins Canstar Blue Most Satisfied Customer Award for the Third Year in a row.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, Pty. Ltd. (MHIAA) are proud to announce that they have once again been recognised by consumer comparison group Canstar Blue as the 2021 Most Satisfied Customer award winner in the Air Conditioners category. This is the third year in a row that MHIAA have been awarded this prestigious honour by Australian consumers, making us one of the most awarded brands of Air Conditioners in Australia having taken out the award in 2019, 2020 and 2021. This announcement follows the companies recent announcement of being awarded Australia’s Best Brand of Air Conditioners in 2021 by CHOICE® for the fourth year in a row.   about the award Canstar Blue prides itself on being rated as Australia’s Most Trusted Comparison site and helps Australian consumers make better purchasing decision by focusing on three elements of the consumer buying pattern including price monitoring, consumer research and expert ratings. …

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Best Brand of Air Conditioner Fourth Year Running

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, Pty. Ltd. (MHIAA) are proud to announce that they have once again been recognised by leading consumer advocacy group CHOICE® as the Best Brand of Air Conditioners. This is the fourth year in a row that MHIAA have been awarded this honour, making them the only air conditioner brand in Australia to achieve such a feat by taking out the Best Brand Award in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021. about the award The Best Brand award has been designed to help consumers across Australia identify which brands of air conditioners are manufacturing high quality products, with a high level of performance and reliability.  The Best Brand award is based on a combination of product testing and consumer reliability and satisfaction surveys that are completed by over 3,489 CHOICE® members. The Best Brand Score awarded by CHOICE® is based on a combination of a manufacturers average…

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MHIAA Introduces the R32 range of Multi Split Systems

In a further example of their commitment to bringing the latest products to the Australian consumer, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, Pty. Ltd. (MHIAA) is pleased to announce the launch of their new R32 Multi Split System Range of air conditioners. Using state of the art, advanced technologies to create the perfect heating and cooling solution for residential and commercial applications, MHIAA’s new range of Multi-Split systems are categorised by their high flexibility, high energy efficiency and reduced noise levels. The new SCM-ZS-W outdoor units and compatible indoor units can be designed and tailored to suit consumers specific needs providing the ultimate in-home comfort across several rooms. The design flexibility of the range offers users energy-efficient and space-saving solutions for heating and cooling multiple rooms. To help provide users with maximum comfort, the new range also offers users the opportunity to individually control each indoor unit with regards to on/off,…

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Mitsubishi Power Receives Order of Two Gas Turbines For the Hunter Power Project in Australia

Mitsubishi Power, a power solutions brand of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has received an order from Snowy Hydro Limited, a dynamic, integrated energy business, for two M701F gas turbines and related auxiliaries equipment for the Hunter Power Project in New South Wales, the southeastern region of Australia. The total power output of the plant will be 660MW and commercial operations are set to begin in 2023. From the standpoint of reducing CO2 emissions, the plant has a potential for up to 15% hydrogen co-firing. The power plant is located in Hunter Valley, approximately 120km north of Sydney. The project is intended to secure an alternative cleaner power supply following the scheduled shutdown of a large-scale coal-fired power plant in Australia, as well as providing the necessary dispatchable ‘firmed’ energy, ensuring security and stability to support the volatility that arises from intermittent renewables. Mitsubishi Power will supply the M701F gas turbines,…

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MHI Group and Applus+ IDIADA to Develop Testing and Verification System for Highly Automated Vehicles

Three MHI Group companies have concluded an agreement with Applus+ IDIADA (IDIADA), a Spain-based multinational company that performs engineering, testing and homologation for the automotive industry, on joint development of a testing and verification system for highly automated vehicles. IDIADA has an abundant track record in vehicle development, testing and homologation for automakers in Europe, and is contributing to the formulation of international standards in these areas. Today, development of automated driving systems is vigorously underway worldwide, and in the years ahead, dramatic capability improvements and increasing adoption of such systems are anticipated. To ensure their safe and secure operation, it must be verified that sensors and systems will function normally under the diverse natural environments that highly automated vehicles will encounter; moreover, needs are expected to increase in the coming years for testing under all possible weather conditions. In response, three MHI Group companies and IDIADA will jointly develop…

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MHI and Primetals Technologies Join Heavy Industry Low-Carbon Transition Cooperative Research Centre

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Australia and Primetals Technologies, a member of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, have joined Australia’s Heavy Industry Low-Carbon Transition Cooperative Research Centre (HILT CRC) as key partners. The Centre, a not-for-profit entity with significant government funding, aims to develop technologies to decarbonize Australia’s heavy industrial sector, leverage the country’s natural endowments in mineral and clean energy resources and seize the opportunity of growing export markets for certified low-carbon products. Over the next 10 years, Primetals Technologies and MHI Australia will be contributing financially as well as with their decades-long experience in iron and steel production to this effort. The companies will focus on research and development of hydrogen-based direct reduction of iron ore. This includes the novel HYFOR (hydrogen-based fine-ore reduction) technology currently being piloted by Primetals Technologies in Europe. Australia has the world’s largest iron ore deposits and is the leading exporter of iron ore.…

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Effect of Cool Airflow On Comfort: More Than Just A Feeling

Effect of cool airflow on comfort more than just a feeling study uses both subjective and physiological measurements to show the influence of cooling airflow direction on comfort could improving comfort and productivity be as simple as changing the direction of your air conditioner vents during the summer?  Using a series of physiological measurements, a new study from researchers at Kyushu University provides new experimental evidence that this just might be the case. The flow of air in a room is known to influence comfort, but evaluations have so far been primarily based on assessments of feelings that are subjective, which can lead to discrepancies,” explains Tsuyoshi Okamoto, associate professor at Kyushu University’s Faculty of Arts and Science and leader of the new study in PLOS ONE. “In our study, we combined subjective assessments with physiological measurements of things such as heart rate and brain activity to obtain a more…

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