C09AWR-2 air conditioner
The LG Artcool C09AWR-2 air conditioner features a 3.70kW cooling capacity, plasma air purifying system to reduce allergens, odours and fine dust particles from the environment. The indoor unit has a sleep mode for quiet operational noise. The inverter compressor will vary its capacity in order to maintain a consistent temperature. The auto clean function automatically runs when the unit is switched off, drying moisture on the heat exchanger to reduce the possibility of mould and bacteria buildup. Interchangeable colour panels and an anti-corrosive coating are available.
Price$ 1,349.00 (AUD)
|Air conditioner type||Split system|
|Star rating (cooling)||6.0|
|Star rating (heating)||6.0|
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