Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air Conditioners Australia (MHIAA) is a subsidiary of the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. Group. Due to its rapid growth, MHIAA was developed as a branch of the main group in 2009.

Through consistent innovation, Mitsubishi leads the world in heating and cooling.

Moscow Russian Federation September 14 2016: Air conditioning Mitsubishi system assembled and installed on top of the building.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air Conditioning Benefits

Extensive product range

You wouldn’t expect anything less than an extensive product range from a world-renowned brand like Mitsubishi. The extensive range means there are more ducted air conditioning solutions available to multiple kinds of buildings, including single-family homes, apartment blocks, offices, retail stores, and more.


Consistent innovation and the rapid technological movement inspire Mitsubishi to create more efficient and environmentally friendly ducted air conditioning solutions. This enables the Mitsubishi brand to lead the world when it comes to efficient and innovative heating and cooling.


These clever filters help keep air fresh and clean, keeping allergens (as well as mould) at bay.


From single rooms to multi-office dwellings, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ solutions are flexible. Coolpro can help you tailor the right ducted heating and cooling solution for your next project.

Quiet operation

Powerful cooling and heating capabilities are not compromised through a unit’s quiet operation. Lower operational vibrations have been achieved, too.

Mitsubishi Ducted Air Conditioning Melbourne

Provide year-round comfort and climate control in your next project or build with a smarter solution from Mitsubishi. Touch-button climate control makes comfort in a home or office simple, while even heating and cooling eliminates hot and cold spots and reduces energy consumption.

Curious to learn more about Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ heating and cooling solutions? Call Coolpro today or fill in this contact form.