UK: LG has widened the use of lower GWP refrigerant R32 with the introduction of a

UK: LG has widened the use of lower GWP refrigerant R32 with the introduction of a split version of its Therma V air-to-water heat pump. Designed specifically for the new and housing renovation markets, the Therma V R32 Split uses advanced compressor technology and smart control. The LG Therma V split has 100% capacity at temperatures as low as -7ºC. It boasts an SCOP of 4.65 in heating operation and an A+++ ErP rating, dependent on a return water temperature of 35ºC. Designed with the knowledge that the compressor accounts for as much as 90 per cent of a system’s energy consumption, the R1 compressor is said to be the world’s first ‘shaft-through’ hybrid scroll-shaped compressor. It combines aspects of a scroll-type and rotary-type compressor to maximise effectiveness and efficiency. This is said to eliminates the tilting motion of the scroll, minimising energy waste and increasing overall reliability. A greater operational range of 10-135Hz is another advantage of the compressor. It also enhances heating performance, ensuring reliable operation at a low ambient temperature of -25ºC. 12000btu Split Unit Air Conditioner The product is said to feature a number of enhancements th...

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Cookies enable us to provide the best experience possible and help us understand how visitors use our website. By browsing World Pumps, you agree to our use of cookies. The Palazzo Grassi in Venice sits on the Grand Canal and is the city’s leading contemporary art museum. In 2016, after analysis of the building’s past energy consumption, an international pump manufacturer was called on to update the heating and cooling infrastructure. Art galleries and museums know that one of their top priorities is to create and maintain the perfect environmental conditions to ensure the fabric of their artwork is not compromised. Yet for many buildings of historical and architectural significance in Venice, respecting such a status, whilst managing the humidity, air quality and temperature, is both expensive and a major logistical challenge. Any modernisation of their building services’ infrastructure must also consider the past.  The Palazzo Grassi is one of the most famous Venetian buildings. Designed by Giorgio Massari and constructed between 1748 and 1772, it is characterised by two great façades, one facing the Grand Canal and the other facing Campo San Samuele. Following a major renovat...