mitsubishi air conditioner - An Objective Review About Mitsubishi Air Conditioners

An Objective Review About Mitsubishi Air Conditioners

It’s no surprise that Mitsubishi is one of the most respected companies when it comes to electronic products. They’re not only known for the quality of their products but also their dedication to pioneering and coming up with new products. In this article, we’re going to share an objective review of their air conditions which are an integral part of life in Cyprus considering the hot summer months.

Mitsubishi’s innovation and new technology

Let’s go over a bunch of innovative components Mitsuishi manufactured throughout the years.

Inverter compressors

Their inverter compressors use a new refrigerant that has a low environmental impact and features technologies. Plus, it improves efficiency and effectiveness since the ductless compressor unit swiftly changes the motor speed based on the settings. This means that the temperature changes happen more smoothly. Inverter compressors are used in a wide range of applications including air conditioners and refrigerators.

Personal twin flow

This is the first twin-fan technology in the world, being embedded with two groups of highly efficient fans. Each fan group functions independently; it controls the temperatures of two separate areas and provides maximum comfort at the same time. Personal twin flows are commonly used in air conditioners that make Mitsubishi air conditioners way more effective

Joint lap motor 

Mitsubishi’s joint lap motors are truly innovative products. Mitsubishi uses them in their air conditioners to reduce their carbon footprint and promote the planet’s sustainability. The unique joint lap motor uses less copper wiring as opposed to other units. As you might have guessed, this is another innovative product that helps Mitsubishi set itself apart from the competition

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4 different types of air conditioning 

Let’s go over 4 different types of air conditioning that you should be aware of.

M Series – Split Air Conditioning

M Series – Split Air conditioning is specially manufactured for small or medium-sized spaces for your house or office. It comes in 2 different options:

  • floor mounted
  • wall mounted

If you go for the floor mounted option, the installation is going to be quick and easy. These units have the inverter part attached to them which makes cooling a space more effective.

If you opt for the wall mounted option the installation takes longer than the floor mounted. The wall mounted units come in different colours including red, white and black to match the aesthetics of your space.

Mr Slim – Split Air Conditioning

This is one of the most popular units across the UK and other European countries.

They are best suited for larger spaces than the M Series. With a Mr Slim – Split air conditioner installed in your house or office, you’ll be able to keep your space warm and cool it down, which is an excellent option, especially if you live in Cyprus; the summer months are too hot while the cold months don’t last long and you’ll manage with just using a high-performance air conditioner. Plus, because it uses low GWP R32 refrigerant they are eco-friendly products.

City Multi – VRF Air Conditioning

City Multi VRF units are ideal for medium to large buildings that require high performance with maximum efficiency. 

They come in 2 different options: 

  • VRF Outdoor 
  • VRF Indoor

The VRF Outdoor units provide both heat recovery and heat pump technology. They can be connected to about 50 different kinds of units such as ceiling cassettes, floor standing, and wall mounted and more.

The VRF Indoor units are designed in a way that allows duct installation in relatively small spaces. You can go for different types of units including ceiling suspended, ceiling ducted, wall mounted – just to name but a few. 

BC Controller is used in VRF units which is a cutting-edge technology, enabling the unit to make decisions about whether to cool down a space or heat it up. 

City Multi – Hybrid VRF Air Conditioning

The City Multi – Hybrid VRF is known for its innovative technology; a two-pipe heat recovery VRF uses water to connect the Hybrid Branch Controller (HBC) and the indoor units. This way City Multi – Hybrid VRF units can heat and cool down an array of commercial buildings such as hotels, schools and shopping centres. 

They’re also divided into 2 categories: 

  • HVRF Outdoor
  • HVRF Indoor

City Multi HVRF outdoor units provide maximum comfort and efficiency by combining a unique 2-pipe refrigeration and water system. They offer a comprehensive modern solution for offices, hotels and medical centres.

The HVRF Indoor Units are available in ducted, cassette, and floor mount chassis and use water-based fan coils. 

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Can I keep my home warm with air conditioning in Cyprus?

Yes, you can heat your house by using air conditioning units. In fact, it’s a common practice in Cyprus since the majority of the households in Cyprus have air condition units installed in their homes to help them get through the hot summer months. Plus, the winter on the Mediterranean island doesn’t last long; the use of an already installed air conditioner most of the time will be enough to keep you warm during winter. Be aware of the electricity cost as your electricity bill will be higher if you use them.

What type of air conditioning system is best for my house?

Here are a couple of things to keep in mind before choosing your air conditioning system for your house:

  • The climate of Cyprus and how cold the winter is in the city you live in. 
  • The warranty for each air conditioning system you get
  • The sqm of your space and what’s recommended by Mitsubishi
  • The purpose of your project (whether commercial or residential) 

If you’re planning to have new air conditioner units installed you can reach out to the Green Air team for a free quote.