For keeping Australians cool.

Mitsubishi Electric has received recognition for its cross-flow-fan air conditioning, certified as a Guinness world record holder and the world’s longest running cross-flow-fan air conditioner brand.

“Our air conditioners are world-leaders in reliability, quietness and energy efficiency with a proven performance in the tough Australian environment,” Mitsubishi Electric spokesman, Atesh Mani said.

“Receiving this certification re-establishes our commitment to product innovation for our air conditioning technology and in keeping with this commitment we have introduced a number of state-of-the-art features.” These include products such as the MSZ-GL Series and MSZ-FH Series designed to keep energy costs low.

Mitsubishi Electric began its history of air conditioning with wind. In 1920, the company released the first product to deliver a refreshing wind – the electric fan. In 1968, it designed the first air-conditioner equipped with a cross-flow-fan, setting the standard for current air-conditioners.

The company supplies a wide range of air conditioning systems from small split systems, to multi-split and ducted systems.