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Celebrating 25 Years In Australia

Here at MHIAA, we are proud to be celebrating our 25th anniversary in Australia. In 1999, we set out with a vision to bring a global company with 140 years of engineering excellence to the local community through high-quality AC solutions.   Driven by our commitment to innovation, integrity and excellence, in a short 25 years we have established a dedicated sales and after-sales leadership team with you, our consumer, front of mind.   Reliability – today, tomorrow and beyond!  When choosing an AC you want the one that is robust and capable of withstanding all the challenges of the Australian Market. Here at MHIAA, for over 25 years, we have continued to bring only the highest quality AC units to the Australian market, backed by our outstanding dealer network on hand to service your needs every day.  Superior Technology   From the expansive coverage of our Long Reach Airflow to our…

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5 Benefits of Clean Air Technology

Air-conditioners have come a long way in recent years and are no longer just about keeping your house cool in summer and warm in winter. Your air-conditioner has become an important fixture in improving the quality of air within your home. At Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, our air conditioners feature Clean Air Technology to purify the air you breathe and provide a range of benefits for you and your family. Here are five reasons you’ll want Clean Air Technology in your home. IMPROVED AIR QUALITY One of the most obvious benefits of a split air conditioner with Clean Air Technology is that it can help to improve the overall air quality in your home. Whether you’re looking to remove allergens, dust, or other contaminants, a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries air conditioner with an Allergen Clear Filter™ and a Photocatalytic Filter can help to purify the air you breathe.  REDUCED RISK OF RESPIRATORY…

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9 Benefits of a Ducted Air-Conditioning System

Ducted air conditioning systems use a central unit to cool or heat your entire home through a series of ducts and vents. These whole house systems are becoming more and more popular, and for good reason. They offer a ton of benefits that make them a great choice for your whole house and Australia’s ever-changing climate. Here are our top nine: 1. SOLUTIONS FOR ANY SPACE Ducted air conditioning systems come in a range of capacities meaning there is a suitable solution available for any Aussie home. What’s more, in homes with limited roof space, there are multiple versatile options available. This includes the compact FDU series which has a low profile design allowing it to fit within tight roof cavities as well as the uniquely designed FDUA series which incorporates a splitable indoor unit allowing it to split into two parts for easier handling during installation. 2. ENERGY EFFICIENT Due to their…

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Understanding Air Conditioning Jargon

Nominal Capacity, Sound Pressure, EER & COP. Have you ever looked at an air conditioner brochure and wondered what all the jargon and numbers refer to? Fortunately, we’ve put together a handy guide that can help you understand the jargon and identify what system might be best for your home. Nominal Capacity Measured in Kilowatts (kW), this represents the average output capacity of the air-conditioner when used in either heating or cooling mode. The larger the capacity, the more cooling and heating power the system has. Split systems with capacities ranging from 2.0kw to 6.0kW (such as our Avanti and Avanti PLUS series) are designed for smaller spaces such as bedrooms, studies and small loungerooms. Systems with capacities ranging from 6.3kw to 10.0 kW (such as our Bronte series) are more suited to larger rooms such as living areas, larger loungerooms, etc. If you want to get a feel for…

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Product In Focus: Avanti Series Split System

With a number of awards, the Avanti® series of split system air conditioners are a certified crowd pleaser. Ranging from 2.0kW to 5kW in capacity, the Avanti® series is suitable for small and medium spaces such as bedrooms, home offices or lounge rooms. It’s sleek and stylish design allows it to blend perfectly into any environment while its convenient features make it user friendly and a perfect addition to any Aussie home. We take a closer look at The Avanti® series’ key features and functions and exactly what makes it one of our most popular split systems. ProductReview Award Winner 2021 to 2023 The Avanti® series has been named as the Best Split System Air Conditioner in both the 2021, 2022 and 2023 ProductReview awards. With a 4.6 out of 5-star rating on ProductReview, it’s been a crowd favourite for the last few years. ProductReview is Australia’s first and most…

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What Makes Mitsubishi Heavy Industries the ‘Experts In Air’?

We pride ourselves on delivering award-winning, reliable and high-quality air-conditioners to Aussies. It’s what we do and we love doing it! We also, humbly, of course, think we do a pretty good job of it. But please don’t take our word for it – read on to learn more about our awards and just how and why Aussies have helped us become the Experts in Air. Named by Choice® as Best Air Conditioner Brand Six Years in a Row For the last six years, leading consumer advocacy group CHOICE® has awarded us as Australia’s best air conditioner brand! Based on rigorous test reviews of over 200 air conditioners and the result of the annual reliability survey from over 3,400 CHOICE® members, we scored an incredibly high 94% for customer satisfaction rate. The highest of any brand. We also scored 90% for reliability and allowed us to take out the recommendation,…

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5 Common Myths About Air Conditioners Debunked

While air conditioners have been around for decades and over 50% of all Aussie households have one installed, there’s still a lot of myths and misconceptions surrounding them and their use. To try and clear a few things up, here are 5 of the most common air conditioner myths debunked. These myths range from how much power they use, how much they cost to run, maintenance, what you can and can’t do with them, the list goes on. Air Conditioner Myth #1: They Are Expensive to Run Approx. 38% of Aussies think that their air conditioner is the main contributor to their electricity bill, so it makes sense that this is one of the biggest air conditioner myths out there. The reality is that modern air conditioners deliver approx. 300-400% efficiency. This means for every 1kW of power your air conditioner uses, it can deliver between 3-4kW in cooling or…

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6 Things You Didn’t Know Your Air Conditioner Could Do

They keep us cool during those long hot summers on the couch watching the cricket and toasty warm during cold winters bingeing Netflix. We love them. Many of us can’t live without them. You guessed it, we’re talking about reverse cycle air-conditioners. Originally invented all the way back in 1901, the first air-conditioner was installed in a printing plant to help control both the temperature and the humidity which helped maintain consistent paper dimensions and ink alignment in the machines. Today they’re installed in the majority of Aussie households and are designed to keep us comfortable all year round. However, your air conditioner also has a range of handy features and functions that you probably didn’t even know about. In this blog, we take a closer look at 6 things you probably didn’t know a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries air-conditioner could do. 1. CAPTURE AND NEUTRALISE ALLERGENS Hayfever sufferers know all…

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How Split Systems Can Help Remove Allergens

It’s that time of year. The days feel slightly longer, the air temp is a touch warmer and trees are flowering  – these are all tell-tale signs that Spring has arrived. If you’re an allergy sufferer however, it comes with a slightly more ominous sign – hay fever. Hay fever is the most common allergic disorder in Australia, affecting an estimated 5 million Aussie’s and causing a range of issues including itchy, red and watery eyes, runny nose, constant sneezing and severe cases, headaches and drowsiness. It’s caused by the nose and/or eyes coming into contact with environmental allergens, such as pollen, dust mites, mould and animal hair. During Spring, pollen from grasses and newly flowering trees is the main culprit and can easily set off hay fever. Many of us who suffer from hay fever during this period and especially those who suffer all year round, know that antihistamines are…

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