Mitsubishi Electric air conditioning and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries air conditioning
What is the
difference between Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air Conditioning &
Mitsubishi Electric Air conditioning?
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is Japan's largest shipbuilding and machinery maker and is a mammoth company involved in an array of industrial concerns. With nearly 150 subsidiaries, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) operates in 11 key sectors. Shipbuilding, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Systems, Nuclear Energy Systems, General Machinery and Components, Paper and Printing Machinery, Steel Structures and Construction, Machinery and Plants, Machine Tools, Power Systems, Aerospace Systems, and Industrial Machinery and produces everything from cruise ships and oil tankers, to construction machinery, newsprint machines, turbines, airplanes, gasoline engines, and gear cutting machines.
Electric has history dating back decades in a diverse range of
industries including the car industry. In the air conditioning
world, it is considered a superior brand to Mitsubishi heavy industries
air conditioning offering a larger range, better controls and is
globally recognised as a air conditioning brand rivalling Daikin and
Carrier. Mitsubishi Electric air conditioning manufacturers split,
multi, VRF, chillers and applied type systems with an all-round
high-quality build. Mitsubishi heavy industries air conditioning has a
good selection of mid-range equipment such as wall mounted, cassette,
floor and duct in split, multi and VRF styles of systems and is less
industry / commercial oriented as Mitsubishi Electric.
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Last updated - 13/02/2020