LG “Multi V” HVAC Systems: “The Big Chill” at Arab Islamic Bank in Irbid
Amman, Jordan (February 2011) - Multi V Systems, the latest commercial air conditioning innovation from LG Electronics, to be installed at the Arab Islamic Bank in Irbid, according to an agreement recently signed by Shami & Hyari Engineering & Contracting Co., the complex construction company, and Al-Asalah Electromechanics Co, LG commercial air conditioning agent in Jordan.
This fruitful cooperation is part of LG’s strategy to expand in the central air conditioning market, especially in systems that better serve the commercial sector, in addition to its keenness to provide products of latest techniques and the highest international quality standards.
GM of Al-Asalah Co., Mr. Issam Samara, and Eng. Ammar Shami, representing Shami & Hyari Co., signed the agreement in presence of the Marketing and Sales Manager, Mr. Hammam Al-Mubaiad, and the Engineering Department Manager, Eng. Iyad Al-Haj from Al-Asalah.
During the signing ceremony, Mr. Samara extended his gratitude to the project’s contractors, Al Shami & Hyari Construction Co., the project’s consultants, Dumiati and Sha’sha’a engineering office, and to the Arab Islamic Bank. He further pledged to offer better after sale services, through Al-Asalah technical and engineering team who regularly follow up on LG HVAC systems.
LG MULTI V™ air conditioning systems are perfect for high-rise buildings- up to 100m- with a flair for style. LG MULTI V™ ART COOLTM inverter is one of the world’s largest-capacity units, amounting 64 horse power per unit; it boosts an ultra-efficient VRF system, and the highest level of customer satisfaction with four external units and high quality compressors running by “Inverter” technique which reduces electricity consumption.
This system is also marked for its flexible design, it can operate 64 interior units of different sizes and shapes; not to forget to mention the smooth performance, various operation speeds, the quality air purifying filters and air conditioning switches to maintain the optimum room temperature during the most challenging season changes that can reach to 54c degree in summer and 20c in winter.