Air conditioners have superb energy and noise performance

LG, air conditioning

LG is launching a technically advanced range of residential air conditioners, the Inverter V range. Heading up the range is the Prestige model with an innovative energy-control system and one of the lowest noise levels of any such air-conditioning unit. Features of the range include superior energy savings and improved air-purification systems with a 3M multi-protection filter and the latest Plasmaster technology.

The Prestige Inverter V has an A+++ energy rating, an SEER (seasonal energy-efficiency ratio) of 8.9 and an SCOP (seasonal coefficient of performance) of 5.3.

One energy-saving feature is to halve power consumption by limiting cooling output to 79% simply by pressing a button on the remote control unit twice. There is also an improved compressor that enables noise levels to be kept down to just 17 dB(A). A larger Skew fan improves air flow from 12 m3/min to 15.5 m3/min.

The 3M filter eliminates up to 99.99% of airborne germs and up to 95% of allergens. The Plasmaster auto-cleaning function sterilises the inside of the air conditioner to prevent mould and bacteria forming inside. The Plasmaster ioniser releases polarised ions to sterilise the air.

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