Ever since manufacturing Korea’s first home grown air conditioner in 1968, LG has remained at the forefront of air conditioning innovation. LG has been the world’s top selling manufacturer of residential air conditioning solutions. In 2008, LG achieved to sell the total of more than 100 million air conditioners. Building on its success and technological leadership in the residential air conditioning sector, LG has moved into
system air conditioning as well.

The company’s range of high performance system air conditioning products provide effective temperature control to large-scale buildings and facilities. Overtime, LG has evolved into the total HVAC and energy solution provider, investing in new technologies and adding chillers, VRF systems, and building management systems (BMS) into its comprehensive product portfolio. Along with a wide range of innovative solutions, LG delivers unrivalled customer service.

The company produces top-notch air conditioning professionals at its academies, of which there are nearly 80 worldwide. These centers of excellence provide workshops and training programs that offer invaluable hands-on experience. LG also provides useful tools for HVAC system engineers and installers, including its time saving LG Air Conditioner Technical Solution(LATS) software. Additionally, LG operates several state-of-the-art R&D facilities all across the planet.

One such facility is the Energy Lab, a purpose-built R&D and testing center in northern France. Helping to keep the company ahead of the competition, the scientists and engineers at the Energy Lab study the effects of different environmental conditions on LG’s products. This in-depth research and analysis enables LG to tailor its solutions to the specific environmental demands of each individual market. Combining the best technologies with the best ideas, LG’s high quality products are now enjoyed by customers in over 100 countries.

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