With award-winning design.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia (MHIAA) launched the new Avanti range, which was awarded the A’ Design Silver Design Award from Italy, a global indicator of quality and perfection in design.
MHIAA brand ambassador and interior design expert, Tara Dennis said, “Air conditioning units are moving away from that standard shape we have known. The Avanti range has been designed and developed for the modern home. It is the perfect accessory for all new homes and those wishing to bring elegance and luxury to their living spaces.
“Home owners are continually looking for ways to bring style and comfort to their homes. They want high end products that are built to last. With the Avanti range, MHIAA is once again pushing the boundaries to bring quality designed products to consumers, a feat now recognised internationally.”
Using the R32 refrigerant, Avanti requires less energy to achieve the desired temperature and less refrigerant volume to operate. As a reverse cycle unit, it provides heating and cooling and comes with both a dry and fan mode. It will continue to provide powerful cooling even when the outside temperature is as high as 46 degrees.
Further to this, the Avanti range utilises both the allergen clear and photocatalytic filter to neutralise and purify the air flow. Through these filters any bacteria, mould, pollen or lice that has built up in the unit is quickly eliminated and deodorised to provide consumers with a cleaner air flow.
The range also features a silent night function with a dimmable light providing the perfect temperature and ambiance, night and day. Users have the option, through this feature, to dim the LED light or turn the light off without having to switch the air conditioner off.
By harnessing Wi-Fi technology, the range allows users to set up and program the air conditioner through their smartphone or tablet outside a normal daily schedule. This option allows consumers to set the desired temperature of the unit before returning home and allows them to check if the unit has been left running should they not be home.