Mitsubishi Electric Partner
Mitsubishi Electric are leading manufacturers of air conditioning and renewable solutions specifically designed to meet the energy demands of today and beyond. The Mitsubishi Electric Partner Programme has been devised to forge a link with partners within the industry to ensure customers receive the highest level of installation and after sales care.
As one of Mitsubishi Electric's Partners, we adhere to the strict criteria set out by the Partner Programme to ensure our customers receive a professional service on which they can rely.
Mitsubishi Electric advanced air conditioning delivers optimum comfort, reduced energy costs and minimal environmental impact.
Designed to heat or cool small to medium sized applications, the M Series range provides a versatile, yet affordable air conditioning solution. Quick to install and also one of the quietest units on the market (as low as 19dBA*1), this newly designed, attractive range offers the perfect way to ensure a comfortable environment with the minimum of disruption.
Suitable to heat or cool a huge variety of applications, the Mr Slim range is one of Britain's best-selling air conditioning split-systems. Combine the efficiency with the complete versatility that this range has to offer and the possibilities are virtually infinite.
The Mr Slim range has been updated with new features, as well as the already impressive efficiency levels being improved. New to the range is an improved Standard Inverter offering, now also available as a 3-phase option. Complementing this, the Mr Slim Zubadan Inverter range of outdoor units guarantee heating operation down to -25ºC ambient air temperature, allowing set temperatures to be reached faster.
The City Multi range is Mitsubishi Electric's answer to large scale VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) applications. The efficiency of City Multi is second to none and offers a substantial increase in energy efficiency, with corresponding EER/COP ratings. The City Multi Y Series range offers a simple and flexible solution where there is a demand for a changeover capability between heating and cooling, helping to ensure a constant, comfortable indoor climate.
Poor air quality can be attributed to many problems arising in the workplace or in the home. It is believed to contribute to a significant loss in productivity, low morale and higher rates of sickness amongst many employees. The object of providing good ventilation alongside air conditioning in residential and commercial buildings is to provide conditions under which people can live and work in comfort and safety.