Airflow indoor units

Art Cool Mirror allows the control of airflow direction from side to side and operates at sound levels no higher than 43 dB(A).

03/15/2016


Art Cool Mirror allows the control of airflow direction from side to side and operates at sound levels no higher than 43 dB(A). Courtesy: LGLG's Art Cool Mirror indoor units integrate a motorized guide vane that allows the control of airflow direction from side to side, as well as a motorized louver that can automatically change airflow by directing the air up and down for uniform air distribution. Users can choose from various fan-speed settings in cooling and heating modes as well as incorporate a chaos setting, which simultaneously and randomly changes fan speed and flow direction to mimic natural outdoor breeze. The indoor unit operates at sound levels no higher than 43 dB(A), resulting in a quiet unit.

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