UK: LG Electronics has achieved Quiet Mark accreditation for its Therma V Monobloc S air-to-water heat pump.
Quiet Mark is the independent global certification programme associated with the UK Noise Abatement Society charitable foundation. It conducts assessments of declared technical test data, and acoustic measurement of products in the purpose-built Quiet Mark test laboratory and specialist acoustic lab partners for specific product categories.
The LG R32 Monobloc S air to water heat pump range offers lower noise levels per unit by up to 3dB(A) compared to the previous model. It includes an integral Compressor Noise Shield which is a key feature across the full line up.
LG says its low noise and high performance is achieved by adopting BLDC inverter motor technology and an improved fan and orifice.
The models that have achieved the Quiet Mark accreditation are the 5, 7, 9 and 12kW models in single phase as well as the new 9 and 12kW three-phase models.
The LG heat pump joins other models on the Quiet Mark list from Daikin, Grant, Samsung, Vaillant, Warmflow and Worcester Bosch.