Hitachi sells a wide range of residential and commercial heating and cooling units. HVAC products are not available in the US, but are sold across the globe. Hitachi had total revenues of approximately $83.2 billion for FY 2017. In 2015, Hitachi partnered with Johnson Controls on a joint venture focused on air conditioning products and technology.
Hitachi began as an electrical repair shop for a copper mining company in 1910. Hitachi has 5 subsidiaries located in America, Asia, Europe, China, and Japan. The company’s headquarters is located in Tokyo, Japan.
Hitachi is one of the largest electronics and household appliance manufacturers in the world, and the company’s business spans 6 fields, including: power systems, infrastructure systems, rail systems, urban planning and development, defense systems and information and telecommunication systems.
Hitachi manufactures a variety of Room Air Conditioners (RAC), heat pumps, and mini heat pumps. The product lines of RAC units include wall and ceiling mounting units, and multi and single zone cooling. Hitachi also produces a product line of single and split heating and cooling systems.
Additional HVAC components, such as remote control systems, compressors, and accessories are also available.
Hitachi’s corporate vision includes “creating a better and sustainable next era.” Several of the company’s HVAC products reflect this vision through offering the highest rating energy efficient ratings and using the environmentally friendly R410A refrigerant.
Units have a 3 or 5 year warranty from the date of invoice. Consumers can place and track a warranty claims online.