The company has contributed with HVAC solutions to various industries with its wide range of products including Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF), an optimal solution for the hospitality industry as it can deliver personalized comfort with maximum energy efficiency.
One of the world’s leading names in the manufacture and sale of electronic and electrical products and systems used in a wide range of fields and applications, including the hospitality and healthcare industries, Mitsubishi Electric is a leader worldwide in air conditioning systems for the residential, commercial and industrial sectors. use. As a premium player, Mitsubishi Electric has been a forerunner in the industry when it comes to ambitious projects.
As an HVAC solutions company, Mitsubishi Electric has completed many hospitality projects like Fortune Moksha in Dharamshala which is a testament to the company’s involvement in difficult businesses that have been running smoothly for a long time. Installing air conditioners was a challenge due to the remote locations in the Himalayas. Extreme weather conditions, up to 34 degrees Celsius in summer or -4 degrees Celsius in winter, were the biggest challenge. The company was able to resolve these issues and provide the hotel with a powerful yet efficient HVAC solution that keeps its guests comfortable all year round, regardless of the weather. “We understand that the hospitality industry is one of the most difficult sectors to serve since HVAC is one of the key parameters of their infrastructure. However, the quality of our products, our skilled engineers and our impeccable service have made us favorites for luxury hotel projects that have difficult installations, ”said Naohiko Hosokawa, Director and Business Manager – Division of living environment, Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt Ltd.
The company has contributed with HVAC solutions to various sectors with its wide range of products including Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF), an optimal solution for the hospitality industry as it can offer personalized comfort with maximum energy efficiency. As the hospitality industry has varying occupancy rates and varying guest choices, this results in varying HVAC requirements for maximum comfort that can be efficiently managed by a VRF system based on inverter technology. In addition, the City Multi-VRF system has a very high partial load efficiency which leads to maximum energy saving. One of the additional advantages of a City Multi-VRF system is its reliability. The system has a built-in fault detection function which reduces downtime. Thus, a mixture of reliability and efficiency makes the City Multi-VRF system a robust offer. “The product line of our air conditioners is so diverse that we can offer a bundled HVAC solution considering the application, such as dynamic and large areas in hotels that need room air conditioners or semi-commercial air conditioners such as cassettes or concealed air conditioners which are easy to install and have a variation of use and cyclicity. Mitsubishi Electric offers a smart and efficient line of throw towels which are a key product for the hospitality segment due to its key feature of hygienic and fast hand drying times which reduces waste for the hospitality industry, ”adds he does.
Shedding light on the new offerings for 2022, Hosokawa shares, “We are moving from standard global products that we sell in India to custom made products made for India. This new product line is designed in Japan with the Indian climate, energy situation and weather complexities in mind. For example, we have launched a new line of five star air conditioners, the MSY GR and MSY GR-T series. MSY GR series features Inverter technology and MSY GR (T) series adapts to tropical climate with new tropical inverter cooling technology.
The company also introduced the next generation VRF CITY-MULTI called the R2 series. This next-generation technology features the world’s first two-pipe heat recovery system, reducing piping and connections compared to three-pipe systems; heat recovery for high efficiency; increased efficiency and extended cooling temperature range up to 52 ° C.
This article appeared in the BW Hotelier issue dated ” with a cover story titled ‘INVESTMENT SPECIAL NUMBER VOL 7, NUMBER 6’