Mitsubishi Electric wins Red Dot

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Mitsubishi Electric has won a prestigious Red Dot Award for product design for its M Series MSZ-AP range of wall mounted room air conditioning systems. The internationally recognised award celebrates products that have achieved the highest levels of design quality.

The Red Dot Award is judged by an international jury of nearly 40 experts, who said that the MSZ-AP units are, “highly user-oriented and well thought out to the detail in both form and implementation.”

The judging criteria includes; product functionality, degree of innovation, formal quality, ergonomics, durability and ecological 

The MSZ-AP range is a mid-range wall mounted air conditioning system that blends energy efficiency with a modern design. Its benefits include state-of-the-art Wi-Fi control utilising the company’s simple to use MELCloud app, evenly distributed airflow and a weekly timer for more controlled scheduling.

These mid-range, compact units are highly energy efficient, utilising Mitsubishi Electric’s low GWP R32 refrigerant. The range is available in 5 sizes from 1.5 to 5kW.

“We are delighted to have been recognised for a Red Dot Award for product design. It highlights the quality of Mitsubishi Electric’s product development process where design and functionality are married together to offer the market stunning products with high levels of efficiency,” said Graham Temple, marketing manager at Mitsubishi Electric.

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