We offer more ENERGY STAR® systems than ever, incorporating eco-comfort technology, dual and triple-allergen filtration, and whisper-quiet operation. The new technology revolutionizes the heat pump and with a space-saving design means easy and unobtrusive installation.
Eco-comfort technology makes these systems smarter in how they use energy and minimizes their impact on the environment. Plus there are many advanced features like the i-see™ Sensor, that automatically detects room temperature differences and adjusts for greater comfort. Mitsubishi Electric's advanced multi-stage filtration systems dramatically reduce allergens and help eliminate odors. And our indoor units operate with sound levels starting as low as 19dB(A). That sound is even quieter than a human whisper.
Ceiling-mounted systems includes EZ FIT™ recessed ceiling-cassettes which offer a clean look that fits between standard joists.
Additional product options to meet your needs.
Sometimes known as air handling units, indoor HVAC units are an integral part of your heating or cooling system. They distribute air to your rooms. Most of these units can be controlled individually via a thermostat or wireless remote. Indoor units can be used with both single-zone and multi-zone systems, making them one of the most flexible HVAC options available to today's consumers.
Mitsubishi Electric offers three primary types of indoor air unit. Each type of unit is designed to meet specific system needs while providing a high level of efficiency. Mitsubishi Electric is proud to offer wall-mounted, floor-mounted and horizontal ductless indoor air conditioning units.
When shopping for an indoor air conditioning unit, you're likely to run into a number of specialized terms and definitions. Some of these terms describe the efficiency of units while others provide basic information about how the unit operates. Familiarize yourself with these four key terms before you start shopping:
Whether you are looking for indoor units to accompany a Mitsubishi Electric heater or air conditioner, you'll have three primary choices. Remember that choosing the right system for your needs will require careful evaluation of your building and budget. You'll be able to choose from the following system types:
Before you can choose the right ductless system for your needs, you'll need to have professional load calculations completed. These calculations will allow you to determine the size unit you need to use in your home. Remember that having a professional complete Mitsubishi Electric ductless heat pump installation and Mitsubishi Electric ductless air conditioning installation is an absolute must. As your Mitsubishi Electric Contractors, we'll be happy to help you with all these needs and more.