Seoul, Korea — LG Electronics released a ceiling air conditioner which utilizes an inverter method. LG Electronics announced that it released Whisen G-Style, a new ceiling air conditioner, on the 20th. The product name, G-Style, is based on the first initial of the design aspects, such as grid pattern, geometric pattern, and good design.
This product utilized the inverter method of the previous model, resulting in grade 1 in energy consumption efficiency, and its main characteristic is automatic regulation of the frequency between 20-130% according to the interior and exterior temperatures, which helps maintain a stable temperature. It is also silent and doesn’t vibrate much. With the four way wind control feature, the wings for the four directions can be controlled individually, and the customer can set the airflow according to the location of the people and the structure of the room.
Lee Gam Gyu, the CAC project manager of AE division of LG Electronics, said, “With the release of the new G-Style, an opportunity for system air conditioners to advance not only in function but also in design was created.”
By Kim Hyeon Dong (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Translated by Sung Kyu Chang / Korea.com