Mitsubishi MFZ-KA50VA air conditioner
The Mitsubishi Electric MFZ-KA50VA reverse cycle inverter air conditioner is a compact, floor mounted unit with a 4.8kW cooling capacity and 6.0kW heating capacity. Its compact design makes installation easy and the inverter technology provides high-speed cooling and heating with extra energy savings when compared to non-inverter models. The MFZ-KA50VA unit has an anti-allergy enzyme filter which catches dead mites and their droppings, pollen and other allergens on its filter filament. It then decomposes them using artificial enzymes.
Price$ 4,331.00 (AUD)
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|Air conditioner type||Split system|
|Star rating (cooling)||4.5|
|Star rating (heating)||4.0|
|Remote control||Remote control included|
|Warranty length (months)||60|
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