Variable refrigerant flow HVAC system

The LG Multi V Water IV water source unit, a flexible variable refrigerant flow (VRF) HVAC system that comes in heat pump and heat recovery configurations and are designed for new construction and retrofit projects as well as offices and schools.

07/02/2014


The LG Multi V Water IV water source unit by LG Electronics is a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) HVAC system that comes in two configurations: heat pump and heat recovery. Both systems can accommodate up to 64 thermal zones with technology that allows the user to pipe farther, reaching distant areas of a building. The Multi V Water IV systems also are designed to operate at low sound levels and it also offers a variable water flow control system to reduce condenser water pumping energy. The Multi V Water IV units are designed for offices, condos, hotels, and schools, and both new construction and retrofits.

LG Electronics

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