LG launched LG R32, Nepal's First green Inverter Air Conditioner
"R32 also enhances the system efficiency of your LG Inverter Air Conditioner, which in turn reduces energy consumption and keeps monthly bills down."
LG managed to deliver a novel technology to its market having a wide array of features, integrating artificial intelligence with day-to-day gadgets and home appliances.
The launch of Nepal's first green LG Inverter Air Conditioner in Nepal is taking strong steps towards ensuring a greener future for the next generation.R-32 is a next-generation refrigerant that efficiently carries heat and has a lower environmental impact.
Compared to the refrigerants widely used today such as R-22 and R-410A, R-32 has a global warming potential (GWP) that is one-third lower and is remarkable for its low environmental impact.
Each LG R32 Inverter Air Conditioner possesses R32 refrigerant, a revolutionary green refrigerant. R32 refrigerant serves as an eco-friendly substitute for R410a gas commonly included in other brands. R32’s global-warming potential is one-third compared to R410a gas, coming with the added benefit of emitting absolutely no ozone-depleting substances into the atmosphere.
R32 also enhances the system efficiency of your LG Inverter Air Conditioner, which in turn reduces energy consumption and keeps monthly bills down.
Other incredible features encompass the Dual Inverter Compressor which saves electricity up to 70% as well as the Active four-step Energy Control that adjusts the cooling produced by the air conditioner according to the number of people and the level of activity in the room.
LG resolves the issues regarding air conditioners experiencing corrosion and rust with the revolutionary inclusion of Black Ocean Protection, which coats the LG Inverter Air Conditioner. Combined with the Gold Fin Copper Condenser, Black Ocean Protection protects against corrosion and damaging contaminants including sand, salt, and dust, thereby, extending the lifespan of the LG Inverter Air Conditioner and reducing operational costs.
CG has over 30 years of partnership with LG Electronics, South Korea, since the time when it was known for the famous Goldstar brand. CG established Goldstar Nepal Pvt. Ltd. (now CG Electronics Pvt. Ltd.) back in 1988 and started assembling of colour televisions and marketing of home entertainment products under the ‘Goldstar’ brand in Nepal. Today, CG continues to partner with LG Electronics and provides the Nepalese customers top-class consumer electronics products of LG.
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