LG increases its range of high-wall air-conditioning units

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LG has increased the scope of its wall-mounted indoor units for air conditioning.
LG has widened its range of wall-mounted indoor units to include inverter, non-inverter and cooling-only models in an aesthetically designed case. They are said to be among the most compact in size and shape on the UK market. Features include the Neo-Plasma air-purifying system, with 12-level bio-enzyme filters to enhance sterilising performance and eliminate microscopic contaminants and mould. These units can reduce the air temperature to 18°C in 30 minutes and have a system to make the air-distribution vanes move faster upwards than downwards to create more-natural airflow. All units come with an infra-red remote controller.
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