Mini splits offer solutions for light commercial HVAC
In many commercial installations, individual space control can help efficiency and reduce complaints about comfort. Mini splits can offer that individual control for rooms and smaller spaces without making an entire building uncomfortable.
At the 2016 AHR Expo, Marc Zipfel, director, product marketing & planning at LG Electronics, reviewed some of the latest advancements in the company's mini split line for light commercial applications.
Ziplef explained the Multi V S provides cooling or heating zoning capabilities and allows for individual control of room temperatures. The system utilizes single-phase power so it can be used in a wide range of building types, offering overall increased flexibility and efficiency. The Multi V S requires little or no ductwork, resulting in smaller space requirements for piping that preserves the integrity of the exterior of buildings. The system is compatible with LG's Art Cool Mirror, Art Cool Gallery, standard wall-mounted, vertical/horizontal air handlers and several other air handling models.
Topics: Energy Saving Products, ENERGY STAR, Healthcare - Hospitals & Medical Facilities, Highrise Residential, Hospitality, HVAC - Heating, Cooling, and Ventilation, Multifamily / Multiunit Residential, Office Buildings
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