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LG receives Eurovent certification for excellence in VRF technology

LG Electronics (LG) has announced that it has received an energy efficiency label from the prestigious Eurovent certification organisation for its advanced Multi V IV Variable Eurovent oversees the performance rating of air conditioning and refrigeration products in Europe.

LG Electronics says that it currently offers the most efficient 14hp and 16hp air to air VRF products on the market. The 4.83 Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) and 5.32 Coefficient of Performance (COP) of some LG Electronics VRF units guarantees customers considerable energy savings and illustrate LG’s dedication to developing and implementing outstanding air conditioning technologies. The company’s VRF units excel in both cooling and heating modes, in contrast with other Eurovent certified manufacturers who produce more specialised VRF products. LG VRF certified performance values can be found on the Eurovent website.

LG’s Multi V IV solution has made great strides in the four key areas of VRF technology - its compressor, heat exchanger, oil and refrigerant have all been designed to boost energy efficiency. These innovative improvements enable the Multi V IV to perform at a level that few VRFs can match.

First awarded in 1993, the Eurovent certification was established to serve as an independent, objective rating in order to provide consumers with a reliable index of product performance. Long one of the world’s premier air conditioning certification organisations, Eurovent began to certify the energy efficiency of VRF systems in 2014.

'LG is extremely proud to be among the first manufacturers to get their VRF products certified by Eurovent,' said Jody Lees, head of Air Conditioning and Energy Solutions for LG in the UK. 'It’s been part of the LG approach to use its technological know-how to provide groundbreaking, energy efficient products, and we believe that these efforts have led directly to the Multi V IV being recognised for its excellent energy efficiency and sustainability-enhancing features. The challenge now is to build on this success and continue to provide even more efficient HVAC products and energy solutions in the future.'

19 May 2015

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