LG bridges gap for healthcare facilities

LG’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system has been helping Philippine hospitals to operate 24/7 over the past several months, helping the local health system to maintain financial sustainability in an uncertain and changing environment.

LG bridges gap for healthcare facilities

The adaptation of LG Electronics’ latest variable refrigerant flow (VRF), multi V 5,  and the LG dual vane cassette, an indoor ceiling cassette, have played a large role in providing high-quality care for long-stay patients in the new normal.  

Savings and comfort

A single multi V 5,  unit provides a large capacity up to 26HP, so fewer outdoor units are required. This results in a savings of up to 23 percent in total installation space compared to a conventional comparative model. 

Customers of existing multi V units can add a hydro kit to enable precise temperature control. A combined solution of the multi V, hydro kit, and AHUs (Air Handling Unit) for operating rooms and imaging centers, is ideal..

The dual vane cassette provides six different airflows which allow optimal comfort for each space in a hospital. Indirect airflow mode, in specific, prevents air blowing directly on a person which helps patients to relax in a cool and pleasant environment.

Strategic technologies on tap

Meanwhile, the LG energy recovery ventilator (ERV), which detects indoor CO2 levels,  automatically adjusts fan speeds. It provides air filtration through a purification system to remove harmful bacteria from the air. 

LG Electronics offers HVAC and energy solutions using a portfolio of expertise and performance. Launching Korea’s first residential air conditioner in 1968, LG specializes in the strategic utilization of advanced technologies.

LG bridges gap for healthcare facilities

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Topics: HVAC system , LG Philippines , LG Electronics , LG energy recovery ventilator

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