LG THERMA V – reliable, fast and efficient heating with minimal harm to the environment and natural resources.
One of the technologies available to keep warm in cold temperatures outside is the Air to Water Heat Pump AWHP . This significantly reduces energy consumption compared to other units, heat is generated from outside air and creates a warm and dry environment inside.
LG Electronics LG THERMA V system needs 23-25% of the electricity of the normal consumption of traditional heating systems, which means a four-fold improvement in energy efficiency.
THERMA V R32 Monobloc system one of the outstanding models in the LG THERMA V range helps to protect the environment by using environmentally friendly R32 refrigerant. Rated at 675 GWP Global Warming Potential , two thirds less than R410A refrigerant GWP 2088 . This means that the THERMA V R32 Monobloc system does not increase the concentration of greenhouse gases in the earth’s atmosphere. The high efficiency of the new model is confirmed by the seasonal coefficient of performance SCOP of 4.45 and the energy efficiency class A+++ ErP .
LG THERMA V perfectly heats modern buildings.
By drawing heat from the air outside, LG appliances by heating produce more energy than they consume by themselves.
When in operation, the THERMA V system adds 3kW from outdoor heat sources to the 1kW of electricity used, for a total output of 4kW.
Compared to conventional appliances that use the same amount of energy, the THERMA V generates about three times as much heat. In addition, LG’s research shows that the grid fin design and improved heat exchanger design help save even more energy by enhancing reliability and providing a better heat transfer coefficient. THERMA V models are also equipped with reliable water pumps which further minimize electricity consumption.
For those who are hesitant to invest in an environmentally friendly heating system because of its relatively high initial cost, the availability of subsidized programs such as those currently being implemented in European countries can be an incentive to decide. According to a recent LG cost benefit analysis, those users who have already bought an AWHP system in Poland and the Czech Republic have started saving money from the third year of use compared to conventional systems . In both countries, installing heat pumps that use renewable energy is financially encouraged, so it is now much easier to become “green. Compared to AWHP systems, the total cost of maintaining a gas, fuel or electric heater, including installation costs, will only increase, forcing users to pay more each year.
Besides these benefits, even hesitant customers can be attracted by LG’s research showing that the THERMA V system’s performance provides greater cost-effectiveness from year five onward, not counting any government rebates.
Several countries in the northern hemisphere, including France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom have now followed Poland and the Czech Republic in establishing similar funding programs.
Reliable, fast and efficient heating with minimal damage to the environment and natural resources – this is the most accurate description of the AWHP system, which is highly efficient and keeps homes warm with virtually no impact on the environment.