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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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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Named by CHOICE® as Best Air Conditioner Brand For Third Year In A Row

With the weather warming up across Australia, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia (MHIAA) is pleased to announce that we have once again been recognised as the 2020 Best Brand of Air Conditioners by leading consumer advocacy group CHOICE®. This is the third year in a row that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has been recognised with this prestigious achievement, having also taken out the title in 2018 and 2019. Something no other air conditioner brand has done before. about the award The 2020 Best Brand of Air-Conditioners recognition was based on test reviews of over 200 reverse cycle air conditioners and the results of the annual reliability and satisfaction survey completed by 3,489 CHOICE® members. According to CHOICE®, the Best Brand recommendation is given to brands with a clear lead in the test. This annual recommendation is awarded to products or services that out-perform their competitors in rigorous lab tests as well as…

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FDTC Wins Australian Good Design Award

The winners of Australia’s peak international design awards – the highest honour for design and innovation in the country, were announced today during the 2020 Good Design Week. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries FDTC Compact Ceiling Cassette received a prestigious Good Design Award Winner Accolade in the Product Design Hardware and Building category in recognition for outstanding design and innovation. The annual Good Design Awards is Australia’s oldest and most prestigious international Awards for design and innovation with a proud history dating back to 1958. The Awards celebrate the best new products and services on the Australian market, excellence in architectural design, engineering, fashion, digital and communication design, design strategy, social impact design and young designers. More than 55 Good Design Awards Jurors evaluated each entry according to a strict set of design criteria which covers ‘good design’, ‘design innovation’ and ‘design impact’. Projects recognised with a Good Design Award must demonstrate…

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MHIAA Awarded Canstar Blue’s Most Satisfied Customers 2020

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, PTY. LTD. (MHIAA) have done it again! As one of the country’s most trusted brands, MHIAA has scooped up the 2020 Canstar Blue Most Satisfied Customer Award in the 2020 Air Conditioners category. This is the second year in a row that MHIAA has received this prestigious award, having also taken out the Canstar Blue Most Satisfied Customer Award in 2019. Dedicated to delivering engineering excellence, the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Brand is fast becoming one of the most awarded brands of air conditioners in Australia. about canstar blue and the award As Australia’s most trusted comparison website, Canstar Blue was born out of the prominent Canstar brand in 2010 and is focused on consumer goods across 150-plus categories. The findings are based on independent, professional customer satisfaction research and ratings as well as in-house expert research and ratings. Canstar Blue’s annual air conditioner review rates…

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MHIAA Delivers Solution for Australia’s Best Home

high performance solution for award winning home Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia is incredibly proud to have supplied the air conditioning solution for the high-end ‘The Cove House’ project which has been named by Housing Industry Association – HIA as Australian Home of the Year while also taking out the Australian Custom-Built Home award. Located in Sanctuary Cove, QLD, designed by Justin Humphrey architects and built by BJ Millar Constructions, The Cove House is a sophisticated nod to brutalist architecture and tropical modernism, masterfully crafted with an extraordinary level of customised detail. The home’s unique design experiments with volume and space under a floating roof, and follows an unconventional layout revolving around lush, open-air garden atriums, gorgeous timber features and brutalist concrete feature walls. The house has recently been named as the HIA–CSR Australian Home of the Year and also took out the HIA Australian Custom-Built Home award during the…

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MHI Opens New Development and Testing Facility for Commercial-Use Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems

MHI Thermal Systems, Ltd., a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, has completed construction of a new development and testing facility for commercial-use air conditioning & refrigeration systems at its Biwajima Works (Kiyosu City, Aichi Prefecture), the core research and development facility among centres throughout the world. The completion ceremony was held today. The establishment of this new facility, together with its existing development and testing centre, will accelerate development and commercialization of commercial-use air conditioning & refrigeration systems in global markets. MHI Thermal Systems is also expanding its development and testing facilities such as in Thailand, enhancing its development capabilities worldwide. The new development and testing facility at the Biwajima Works is a two-story building with 2,155m2 of total floor area. It is equipped with various types of testing rooms for commercial-use, high-capacity systems able to handle different weather conditions, environmental regulations, and other variables in countries around the…

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MHI Group Receives EcoVadis Silver Rating for Overall Sustainability Second Year In A Row

For the second consecutive year, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has been awarded a Silver rating for overall sustainability from EcoVadis, the independent French platform that regularly assesses corporate supply chains. At a time when pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has become a global focus of universal concern, EcoVadis gave high marks to MHI Group for its initiatives in promoting sustainability throughout its supply chain in all four criteria categories: Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics, and Sustainable Procurement. In receiving a Silver rating, which is second only to Gold, MHI Group places within the top 24% of all companies evaluated by EcoVadis. Among manufacturers of general-purpose machinery, the rating puts MHI Group in the upper 16%. EcoVadis, working through its cloud-based platform, provides buyer companies with evaluative data pertaining to suppliers’ SDGs initiatives. To date, it has evaluated more than 45,000 companies worldwide. Through the years, MHI…

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MHI Group Invests in HydrogenPro, Contributing to Creation of a Sustainable Society

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has made a financial investment in HydrogenPro AS of Norway, a company engaged in the development and manufacture of electrolyzers, devices that produce hydrogen by the process of water electrolysis. MHI subscribed to newly issued shares placed by HydrogenPro in an initial public offering (IPO) undertaken to fund expansion of its business operations. MHI already provides various decarbonisation technologies that allow for a realistic path towards net-zero and will form the strategic partnership with HydrogenPro to further expand its portfolio and provide green hydrogen production plants to the market going forward. HydrogenPro was established in 2013 based in the Norwegian city of Porsgrunn, Telemark County. The history of water electrolysis technology traces back to 1927, when a fertilizer and heavy water plant employing water electrolysis technology was launched in Telemark by Norsk Hydro, a Norwegian state owned conglomerate. HydrogenPro has already developed a 9 megawatt…

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Below the Surface of Singapore Lies the Future of Keeping Cool

When you flick the switch on a typical air conditioning unit, you’re setting off a process that hasn’t traditionally boasted green credentials. Conventional cooling devices account for as much as 10% of all global greenhouse gas emissions, according to the World Bank. It predicts that, if left unchecked, emissions from cooling will double by 2030. Cooling’s potential impact on the environment grows even starker over the longer term, as temperatures in cities that we currently regard as extreme potentially become the norm within 30 years. This will mean a global increase in demand, and in regions not normally associated with air conditioning, such as northern Europe. However, the International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that the majority of demand growth will come from emerging economies, particularly in Southeast Asia. The region, where currently only 15% of the population has access to air conditioning, is predicted to see “skyrocketing” sales of units over the next 20 years.…

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