Air conditioning is a picture...
Published:  12 October, 2009
LG

LG describes its Art Cool range of indoor air-conditioning units as still the best alternative to the off-white box on the wall. The Art Cool Gallery unit has been a big hit with hotels as it can be mounted like a picture on the wall, with the option of hidden pipework and cables.

Gallery units blow air in three directions, and it is possible to block the airflow to the bottom louvre if, for example, the unit is placed over a bed.

Pictures can readily be changed, and a mirror front is available.

Features include the Neo Plasma air-purifying system, anti-corrosion gold fin, auto cleaning, auto changeover, Jet cool/heat, wireless remote control and auto restart.

Chaos Swing makes the vanes move faster upwards than downwards to create a more natural airflow that gives more even cooling than the same speeds.




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