Mitashi Introduces New Air Conditioners in India


Companies including the likes of Samsung, LG and Voltas have already launched their 2019 line-up of ACs in the country

Mitashi has launched a new range of One, 1.5 and Two tonne window and split air-conditioners in India. The company claims that all these ACs are made with 100 per cent copper pipes. These latest Mitashi ACs have been announced from prices starting at Rs 27,990 and going till 54,990.

Rakesh Dugar, CMD, Mitashi Edutainment said, “We mark our products with innovation and quality and all our products have been designed with our consumers in mind. So, before the brutal summer hits this year, we chose to launch a wide range of 1, 1.5 and 2 ton AC’s to make consumer’s home comfortable, cool and pocket friendly. We, at Mitashi, ensure that we imagine innovative ways to ensure a smooth and efficient product so that our consumer’s home function smoothly and comfortably, and they enjoy more quality time with their loved ones creating special moments and wonderful memories.”

Mitashi AC features

Mitashi’s air conditioners use eco-friendly R32 refrigerant which the company claims to be highly efficient with a longer pipe runs. Company’s official statement read, “R32 has a very low GWP (global warming potential) of 675 and zero ODP (ozone depletion potential) and is F-Gas phase down compliant and requires less refrigerant volume per Kw. The eco-friendly R32 refrigerant is more efficient in its operation which leads to faster cooling, lower carbon emissions and thus lower energy costs.”

These ACs also feature inverter compressors. Mitashi said that the inverter compressor technology automatically controls the compressor speed to give optimal cooling.

Company’s official statement continued, “The Mitashi air conditioners come with a 5-year warranty on the compressors. The new range comes with other features like turbo cooling function, super silent operation, wide and long airflow, high-efficiency AC air filter, 4-way swing, wide voltage operation range, low power consumption, auto restart and sleep mode.”