Mitsubishi Aircon

Mitsubishi Aircon Singapore Starmex series stands out as the bestselling air conditioner for Residential use, particularly in HDBs and Condos. Moreover, many of our customers vividly recall Mitsubishi Electric Starmex aircon due to the impactful TV advertisements featuring Jack Neo. Notably, after Jack Neo’s endorsement of the Mitsubishi Starmex 2 ticks model, the latest 5 Ticks Starmex FP and GP series have garnered equal popularity. Similarly, the new Mitsubishi Starmex aircon models maintain their reputation as the quietest and easiest to clean air conditioners in the market.

Furthermore, Mitsubishi aircon system 3 has become our most sought-after multi-split aircon for residential customers. With its exceptional features and performance, it continues to be a top choice among homeowners.

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Mitsubishi Starmex R32 (New)

introducing the Mitsubishi Starmex aircon, the latest Multi-Split FP series utilizes the ECO-friendly R32 refrigerant—a game-changer in environmental efficiency. Renowned for its reliability and easy-to-clean design, Mitsubishi Starmex stands as an all-time favourite brand among discerning homeowners

Mitsubishi Starmex R410

Discover the Mitsubishi Starmex aircon, an all-time favorite brand celebrated for its reliability and user-friendly, easy-to-clean design

What's Included

The prices listed above include GST and basic installation for HDB, complete with new pipings and cables. Therefore, for other premises requiring Mitsubishi aircon installation, please contact us to arrange a free site survey. Additionally, for projects involving the replacement of existing aircon units with the reuse of current piping and cables, the price will be even more cost-effective compared to the listed rates.

Free Upgraded Materials

Class 0 Armaflex 1/2 inch
Premium 1/2 inch Thick Armaflex Class 0 Insulation for Copper Pipings

Thicker and better than 3/8 inch thick insulation, less likely to have water condensation.

Class 0 is more expensive, tougher and better fire-resistant than Class 1 insulation.

Armaflex Armacell is Pioneer and Technology World leader in Thermal Insulation

SWG 22 PSB Tested Izumi Copper Piping

Thicker and better than SWG 23 copper or any Aluminium piping. Less Likely to have gas leaks

jex aircon keystone cables
Premium Keystone Cables - Made in Singapore

3C40 for Indoor Units and 3C70 cable for Outdoor unit Compressor
Better Quality Control and a higher percentage of Copper content, more lasting compared to other brands

upvc 16mm drain pipe
16mm Diameter PSB Tested uPVC Drain Pipes

Wider and better than 13mm Diameter drain pipes. Less likely to choke and cause Aircon drain water leaking from the indoor unit


5 years on compressor

1 year on all other equipment and parts

2 years on workmanship

Mitsubishi Electric vs Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Mitsubishi Aircon Singapore frequently faces questions such as, ‘What are the differences between Mitsubishi Starmex and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries? Is Heavy Industries aircon designed more for industrial or heavy usage? Are both considered Mitsubishi aircon in Singapore?’ Notably, Mitsubishi Electric and Heavy Industries are distinct, independent companies that trace their origins back to the same founder over 100 years ago. Despite their shared roots, their air conditioner products compete with each other and find applications in normal day-to-day residential use.

One of the key distinctions in their aircon products lies in pricing, popularity, ease of maintenance, and promotional strategies. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries aircon, often referred to as MHI, stands out by offering competitive pricing and attractive promotions, setting it apart from Mitsubishi Electric. Conversely, Mitsubishi Electric excels in popularity, ease of maintenance, part availability, and reliability. To put it differently, Mitsubishi Electric manufactures superior air conditioners, securing higher sales, albeit at a higher price compared to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Some History

The original Mitsubishi Company, founded in 1868 in Japan by Yataro Iwasaki, paved the way for the establishment of Mitsubishi Electric in 1921. The Iwasaki family’s decision to attract investor capital led to the formation of many independent companies, including Mitsubishi Electric. Meanwhile, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, initially known as Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co Ltd in 1934 and previously as Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works, emerged as a separate entity. Since then, both independent companies, Mitsubishi Electric and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, have diversified into numerous business sectors, and air conditioners have become one of their prominent offerings. So, the next time you search for Mitsubishi Aircon Singapore on Google, keep in mind that you are actually exploring two distinct aircon brands simultaneously

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