The summer season is in full swing.
Currently, the season may usher in heat waves, droughts and dry spells, which, when coupled with the country’s tropical weather, can result in intolerably melting temperatures and a spike in local cases of mosquito-borne diseases like the Zika virus.
With LG Electronics’ innovations in the field of air conditioning, Filipino consumers can be be at ease and keep families protected inside energy-efficient, mosquito-free spaces.
Energy-saving LG Inverter V
Cool comfort doesn’t have be expensive thanks to LG’s deluxe Inverter V air conditioners. Powered by the Inverter V compressor, these AC models allow for quick and powerful cooling while bringing down consumption up to 69 percent. The family can enjoy cool comfort without worrying about steep electricity bills even during the height of summer.
Inverter V ACs are perfect for indoor use, with its ultra-silent BLDC fan motor and Torque Control that allow precise reduction of noise, vibration, and compression loss.
Disease-free interiors with LG Mosquito Away technology
Another breakthrough from LG is the Mosquito Away ultrasonic repellent technology built into its residential air conditioning models.
The UP Los Baños Crop Protection Cluster Research Professor Dr. Pio A. Javier proved that this line of LG air conditioners repel, with 82.71 percent success rate, the dengue- and Zika virus-spreading mosquito Aedes aegypti.
Aside from keeping spaces disease-free, LG Mosquito Away ACs also come with a low-voltage starter for increased energy efficiency in lower temperatures and a jet cooling feature that can quickly cool a room within a couple of minutes.
“More than energy efficiency and powerful cooling capacity, our air conditioning line-up offers a clean and healthy environment putting families at ease especially for the upcoming summer season,” LG Philippines Air Conditioning and Energy Solutions VP Steve Kim said. “Our Inverter V and Mosquito Away models serve as yet another testament to how we make life better for our Filipino consumers.”