LG Ductless Air Conditioning, Single-Zone Wall Mount Mini Split System w/ Heat Pump - 18,200 BTU
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About the LG LS181HSV2 18,200 BTU Single-Zone Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner with Heat Pump Inverter
This LG LS181HSV2 Mini Split Ductless Air Conditioner is a wall mounted 18,200 class BTU, single zone unit, complete with heat pump inverter. The heat pump of this leading LG unit uses compressors with AC to DC inverter technology, which have variable speeds. This allows the continuously matching of the heating and cooling load and avoids the on/off cycling of conventional central heating systems and electric resistance, which often have high energy usage.
Ductless split systems are similar to central air systems, but offer a more convenient, energy efficient and attractive design. The LG LS181HSV2 Mini Split Ductless Air Conditioner has many features, including four fan speeds, built-in low ambient standard to 14 degrees for cooling mode, defrost control and a self cleaning indoor coil, among others.
LG is known as a leader in the ductless air conditioning industry and offers you the quality you’ve come to depend on in its products. With the latest ductless technology, you’ll enjoy a quieter, safer and more efficient air conditioning with the LG LS181HSV2 Mini Split Ductless Air Conditioner with Heat Pump Inverter.
Air Conditioner BTU rating / per square foot chart:
(BTU ratings are based on 10ft ceilings, with Very Good insulation and windows -some factors may alter this calculation: lack of insulation, heavy sun, excessively hot regions, & tall ceilings)
To make sure you install a unit is going to properly cool your square footage without excessive stress to the AC unit, installing a unit with redundant power will ensure longer lasting use, with less repair and maintenance. If unsure, use the lower range of the chart above.
• Inverter (Variable Speed Compressor)
• Cooling Capacity (BTU): 18200
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