Heat-recovery system

The LG Multi V S is a single-phase variable refrigerant flow (VRF) 5-ton heat-recovery system.

04/13/2017


LG Multi V SThe LG Multi V S is a single-phase variable refrigerant flow (VRF) 5-ton heat-recovery system. Ideal for light commercial installations including multi-use spaces, small eateries, and boutiques, this heat-recovery system is designed to provide excellent energy efficiency and the flexibility of simultaneous heating and cooling, even in the most extreme weather. For installation cost savings, the Multi V S only requires single-phase power, rather than the traditional three-phase, and can provide heat down to an outside temperature of -13°F.

LG Electronics, www.lghvac.com

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