MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC HEAT PUMPS
Mitsubishi Electric boasts the quietest heat pump in the country. Quality, you can rely on.
HYPERCORE® HIGH-PERFORMANCE HEAT PUMPS
No other heat pump in New Zealand is guaranteed to perform at its peak from +7°C to –15°C. Mitsubishi Electric's HyperCore Heat Pumps will not lower their heating performance even when it is snowing outside. So you can be assured that you will be kept snug throughout winter. HyperCore is also highly recommended for humid and high altitude areas.
NZ'S QUIETEST HEAT PUMPS
Mitsubishi Electric recognise that noise affects comfort, so they constantly work to make their heat pumps as quiet as possible. The RapidHeat Floor Console and AP Series High Wall indoor units are New Zealand’s quietest starting from just 18dBA*, indoor sound level. Because they want you to feel the warmth, not hear it.
NZ'S BEST PERFORMANCE IN COLD CONDITIONS
The ability of a heat pump to work efficiently in low temperatures is not only important in areas where the temperature falls below zero degrees. Good low-temperature performance is essential in all winter conditions. The technology behind this performance also allows a heat pump to perform better in areas with high humidity and at high altitude.
We all know that a warmer, drier home has a positive effect on our health, and that living with household temperatures below 16°C can contribute to respiratory illness and premature mortality. In fact, the World Health Organisation recommends a minimum indoor temperature of 18°C for healthy people, and 20°C for ‘at risk’ groups like the elderly, young children and those with respiratory illnesses. It is for these reasons that having adequate insulation, ventilation and heating in your home is vital.
Heat pumps do not burn anything to provide heat energy, so other then the very small amount of electrical energy required for the compressor to operate, there are no additional carbon emissions. Compare this to the combustion process of wood burners which cause fumes, soot and smoke, creating a major burden on the environment in terms of its carbon emissions.