Mitsubishi Electric and Electronics USA, Inc.

Mits_ReDefined_250x50Transforming HVAC with
Advanced VRF Zoning Solutions




Mitsubishi Electric is transforming HVAC with advanced VRF zoning solutions that totally redefine efficiency by looking beyond energy savings to include simplified design and lower lifecycle costs.

With our decades of global and domestic success, plus the support of the largest infrastructure of VRF zoning technical professionals, distributors and contractors in the U.S., it’s no surprise Mitsubishi Electric is America’s #1 selling brand of VRF zoning technology.

Mitsubishi Electric VRF zoning solutions are significantly more energy efficient than standard HVAC systems. Our VRF zoning systems are consistently 30-40% more energy efficient than conventional HVAC systems. Our INVERTER-driven compressors deliver precise cooling or heating based on the needs of the zone you have defined, ensuring total comfort and efficiency. Conventional systems have only two main states – OFF and ON – and that isn’t very efficient, effective, or comfortable.


Mits_ReDefined_245x150Forget about complex ductwork and large HVAC equipment. Mitsubishi Electric VRF zoning solutions let you reclaim up to 10% of the space in your buildings – space you lose when designing with conventional HVAC systems. Our compact VRF zoning indoor and outdoor units give you the flexibility to place them virtually anywhere and save on space where equipment and mechanical rooms are no longer needed.


The cost of an HVAC system is about more than just design, equipment, and installation. You need to consider operation, maintenance and replacement in your total cost equation. Mitsubishi Electric VRF zoning systems take less time to install and require significantly less maintenance than conventional HVAC systems. Our systems also last up to twice as long as conventional systems, with an average lifespan of 20 years. Let Mitsubishi Electric help you redefine what you can achieve in your buildings – to learn more.


Mitsubishi Electric is a manufacturer member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).