ZUBA Central

Zuba-Central is a heat pump that installs easily into new or existing ductwork to provide you with a more energy-efficient and more cost-effective way to heat and cool your home.

Variable Compressor Speed Inverter (VCSI) Technology

More effective and efficient temperature control.

Zuba-Central is equipped with Variable Compressor Speed Inverter (VCSI) technology that can adjust its speed based on demand. By adjusting its compressor speed rather than shutting on and off completely, energy consumption is kept at a minimum. That’s because the VCSI system is operating at partial load for maximum efficiency, so you use only the energy you need to maintain your ideal room conditions.

It includes the whisper-quiet fans and compressors that work so silently you won’t even notice they’re on. It includes high-speed heating and cooling which get your rooms to the temperature you want when you’ve just come in from extreme outdoor conditions. And it includes all the advanced engineering to keep your home comfortable while saving you from rising energy costs. Now that’s smart thinking.

Hyper-Heat Inverter (H2i™) Technology

Made for Canada, Zuba-Central is the true evolution in whole-home, year-round comfort.

Thanks to Mitsubishi Electric’s exclusive Hyper-Heat Inverter (H2i™) Technology our heat pumps deliver comfort efficiently all year round. The H2i™ system features a flash injection process which maintains high suction and discharge pressure. As a result, Zuba-Central is able to maintain a high heating capacity and achieve higher performances all the way to -30°C and beyond.will run more efficiently than a conventional unit, saving you from rising energy costs.

What is a Heat Pump?

A heat pump is a proven heating and cooling system that uses a refrigerant to transfer heat energy between indoor and outdoor environments. The refrigerant travels within a closed loop between an external unit and an internal unit.

When the temperature rises indoors the heat pump works like an air conditioner. When the temperature drops indoors, the cycle is reversed and the system works like a heater. In heating mode the refrigerant absorbs heat from the outside air and uses it to warm up the interior of your home, even in the middle of winter.