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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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MHIAA Gives Back to Aussies this Summer

In a recent report by the Business Roundtable for Disaster Resilience and Safer Communities, it’s estimated that the cost of natural disasters in Australia is set to increase from $18.2 billion to more than double by 2050. Many Australians around the country have lost their livelihoods to devastating disasters. It’s said to take months, if not years, to recover and this is where MHIAA comes in to play its part. Farmers in New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory and Queensland in particular have been badly affected by prolonged dry weather conditions. Figures show that 99 percent of NSW and 57 percent of Queensland are in drought and, with a presence across regional and remote Australia, Red Cross members and volunteers have been mobilising to support communities locally. Recognising the importance of this cause and aligning its latest promotion to the company’s 20th birthday which takes place next year in…

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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Recommended Across all Size Categories by CHOICE®

CHOICE®, Australia’s leading consumer advocacy group, has recommended three of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia’s (MHIAA) Reverse Cycle Split Systems in its October 2018 review. Further cementing its place in the market, MHIAA has had units recommended across all three categories, namely; small, medium and large capacities. The Bronte® series once again fared well against tough competition in the large capacity category. Ideal for the heating or cooling of a medium to large space, the SRK71ZRA-W AC unit from the Bronte® series received a notable thumbs up from CHOICE® for its heating and cooling efficiencies. This unit makes use of the R32 refrigerant which requires less energy to achieve the desired temperature when compared to the R410A refrigerant. Ideal for living rooms or bedrooms, the SRK25ZSXA-W model from the AvantiPLUS® series with its 2.5kW cooling capacity and 3.2kW heating capacity fared well in terms of price and performance when compared to…

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Mitsubishi KXZW Water Cooled Site Visit, Kuala Lumpur

With Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia set to release the KXZW series of water cooled VRF systems to Australia later this year, we took the opportunity to introduce some existing and potential customers to the new system by taking them to visit an installation site in Kualua Lumpur, Malaysia. The 5 star, New World Hotel, in Petaling Jaya, Kualua Lumpur boasts over 300 modern rooms, including 30 suites, state-of-the-art business centre, large up-marketing restaurant as well as a stunning rooftop pool and bar and is cooled by the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries KXZW water cooled series, with over 450 indoor units (a mixture of FDT ceiling cassettes, FDUM ducted sytems and FDU ducted systems) installed on the premises. Led by representatives from IMZ, trusted distributors of MHI products within Malaysia, MHIAA staff and their customers were taken on a full tour of the hotel and were allowed to inspect the entire…

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MHIAA announces the appointment of a new Manager for the New Zealand region

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia (MHIAA) is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Manager for the New Zealand region as of 10 September 2018. Annemarie Schaal, previously the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air Conditioning Europe(MHIAE) Sales Manager for Germany, France, Ireland and MHIAE’s Eastern European distributors has been working with the company since 2012 and has a keen understanding of the  heat pump market. Annemarie brings with her a wealth of experience in all aspect of sales management.  With her technical background in the heat pump industry, she will provide the necessary support and growth in New Zealand. “The market in New Zealand has great potential for MHIAA and I will draw from my experience and expertise to bring some fresh ideas on how to improve the market positioning of MHI heat pump products in the New Zealand HVAC market. I cannot wait to start and get going!” Mitsubishi…

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MHI Built rocket launched on mission to International Space Station

MHI built rocket launched on mission to international space station After being delayed due to poor weather conditions caused by Typhoon Mangkhut, the HTV-7 freighter (also known as ‘Kounotori’ – meaning ‘white stork’ in Japanese) was successfully launched over the weekend. Built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries under contract to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, the H-2 Transfer Vehicle lifted off at 1752:27 GMT (1:52:27 p.m. EDT) Saturday. As its name suggests, HTV-7 is the seventh Kounotori mission. The first of these cargo craft launched in September 2009, and the most recent previous mission, HTV-6, lifted off in December 2016.   Loaded with more than 5 tons (4.5 metric tons) of equipment, food, fuel and other supplies, including six replacement batteries, two refrigerator-size Express science racks that will allow the station to host more research experiments, an experimental European advanced closed-loop life support system will demonstrate new air purification and oxygen-generation…

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MHI to launch world’s largest offshore wind turbine by 2020

MHI to launch world’s largest offshore wind turbine by 2020 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is working on an offshore wind turbine with an output of 10MW, two megawatts more than the present record holder, according to a report in the Nikkei Asian Review. The Japanese engineer hopes to gain a larger share of the global offshore wind power market, which is expected to grow a 16% a year, expanding six times by 2030, thanks in large part to the growth of the nascent US industry. The turbine will be developed by MHI Vestas Offshore Wind, a joint venture between Mitsubishi Heavy and Denmark’s Vestas Wind Systems. Mitsubishi hopes to bring its machine to market by 2020, ahead of rival projects being developed by General Electric and Siemens. Mitsubishi and Vestas have already developed a 9.5MW version, and has received orders for more than 260 of them. The largest offshore turbine currently in operation, however, is MHI…

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Based on the Technology for Manufacturing Rockets, MHI Supports Research and Observations of Outer Space Technologies developed in space is now very much a part of everyday lives. For example, satellites are instrumental in forecasting weather, monitoring disasters, and observing the global environment, and people on the Earth benefit greatly through having unmanned supply spacecraft* transport essential materials to the International Space Station (ISS). MHI is one of only a few companies involved in launch programs, from manufacturing to the launching of the rocket — a critical component for space transport. This article examines how MHI accurately delivers a customer’s payload to a target orbit on a target date and time. *The HTV unmanned supply spacecraft, known as “KOUNOTORI,” was independently developed in Japan to transport cargo to the ISS and is carried aloft by the H-IIB launch vehicle.   To read the full article, please click here. Please note, you’ll…



Trains, airplanes and other means of travel are indispensable for connecting people and places each day. As our daily lives grow increasingly complex, MHI Group products satisfy diverse transportation infrastructure needs. The MRJ (Mitsubishi Regional Jet), the first new commercial passenger jetliner designed and produced in Japan in 50 years, and new urban and interurban transportation systems have emerged as a boon for the modern era. MHI Group’s technological prowess, concern for passenger welfare and environmental quality, and passion for innovation permeate these products.   To read the full article, please click here. Please note, you’ll be redirected to the MHI Global website (


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