Find out about the Clean Air Technology used in Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ split systems in this featured video:

Clean Air Technology

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Clean Air Technology is a combination of several different yet specialised components, systems, and functions within MHI split systems that are designed to work in synchronization to improve indoor air quality.

Allergen Clear Filter

As air is drawn into the top of the split system, various airborne allergens are bound to come with it. The Allergen Clear Filter in MHI split systems is designed to capture these airborne particles which include pollen, dust and other irritants1.

The filter contains a specially formulated Enzyme-urea compound which breaks down the structure of captured allergens and deactivates bacteria2, mould and viruses3.

Deodorising Filter

The Photocatalytic Deodorising Filter is the next line of defence. This filter captures additional airborne particles, such as fine smoke particles, before neutralising odour causing molecules they may be carrying.

Allergen Clear Operation

This multi-stage operation involves the unit cycling between heating and cooling modes to generate internal moisture which in turn activates enzymes within the specialised Allergen Clear Filter.

These advanced enzymes then break down allergens and deactivate bacteria2 mould and viruses3 that have been captured by the Allergen Clear Filter.

The Allergen Clear Operation can be activated by pressing the ‘Allergen’ button on the remote control and runs for 90mins before stopping automatically.

Self Clean Operation

Self Cleaning Mode is a separate function which works best after using the Allergen Clear operation. The Self Cleaning operation is designed to dry the internal components, including fan and filters. This helps eliminate mould and helps deliver clean and odour free air.

Anti -Microbial Fan

To prevent the growth of mould and other microbes, the fan within MHI split systems has undergone specialised anti-microbial treatment. This helps inhibits the growth of odour causing mould and works to ensure your room stays nice and fresh.

1Test method: ELISA colorimetric method Laboratory: Independent administrative agency national hospital mechanism Sagamihara Hospital, No.1536

2 Test method: ELISA colorimetric method / ELISA fluorescent method Laboratory: Independent administrative agency national hospital mechanism Sagamihara Hospital, No.1536

3 Test method: TCID (Infection value 50%) Laboratory: Foundation of Kitazato Environmental Science Center, No.15-0145