Jumbo Electromech Engineering has showcased LG’s Multi V IV VRF air-conditioning system and Jumbo ducts at CHRVI — the International Exhibition for Cooling, Heating, Refrigeration, Ventilation and Insulation Systems.
The three-day exhibition concluded at the Doha Exhibition Centre yesterday.
The VRF (variable refrigerant flow) air-conditioning system has evolved to become one of the most advanced, versatile solutions available in the market today. It is capable of providing greater comfort, energy efficiency and reliability, according to a statement.
LG’s Multi V IV VRF system is highly regarded by building managers, business operators and engineers. With Multi V IV Tropical, LG has created the “most efficient VRF system”, the statement said. It employs the company’s proprietary compressor, refrigerant heat exchanger and oil control technologies.
Advancements in these key areas of VRF technology allow Multi V IV Tropical to accommodate longer piping and perform effectively in the most challenging environmental conditions.The Multi V IV tropical uses the more eco-friendly R410A refrigerant, providing cooling even when temperatures soar to 54 degrees Celsius. The Multi V IV is suitable for both residential and commercial purposes.
Jumbo Electromech Engineering also had ducts on display at the exhibition. It has been fabricating GI as well as PIR ducts and has become one of the leading players in the HVAC industry, the statement added.
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