LG Air Conditioning Technologies USA has announced the installation of its heating, ventilation and air conditioning technologies in The Ebell of Los Angeles, a historic Los Angeles performance art facility, and The Lido House, a high-end property in Newport Beach, California.
LG said that its Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) technology and ducted and duct-free solutions are making major inroads in the United States where the demand for high-performance, flexible HVAC technology continues to grow. LG’s air conditioning systems are designed to minimize efficiency losses found in conventional HVAC systems and provide sustainable energy savings.
With the need to replace its old cooling towers and a chiller system that only cooled the theater space, The Ebell of Los Angeles’ management team sought a new HVAC solution to address the needs of the larger complex beyond the theater and the occupants.
LG’s Air Handling Unit (AHU) Conversion Kits paired with Multi V 5 VRF condensing units were installed at the facility. The company said that the equipment could be easily mounted within the confines of the space and met the careful consideration of many preservation and aesthetic requirements.
Meanwhile, The Lido House, Autograph Collection by Marriott, features 130 guest rooms, along with five cottages. The resort also includes a full-service restaurant, rooftop deck and full day spa for guests. With a location just minutes to the beach, the property often faces fluctuations in weather and temperature, requiring an HVAC solution that provides year-round heating and cooling with superior energy efficiency.
The Lido House management team decided to install LG’s Multi V 5 and Multi V S VRF systems. The team also installed two LG AC Smart central controllers to help building managers effectively control the HVAC system throughout the main building space.
“LG is continually focused on bringing the most innovative, energy-efficient and forward-thinking HVAC solutions and controls to customers across a range of projects– from iconic institutions to luxury hotel properties and everything in between,” said Kevin McNamara, senior vice president and general manager, LG Air Conditioning Technologies USA. “We’re challenging the industry standard with our suite of award-winning solutions and helping building owners, managers, architects and contractors better plan for and manage a variety of installations.”
LG provides a wide range of products for heating, ventilating and air conditioning. The company’s variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology minimizes efficiency losses, provides sustainable energy savings and offers some of the lowest life cycle cost of any system on the market today, LG said.