About LG Therma V
THERMA V is an air-to-water heat pump system – simply an alternative heating system to a fossil-fuel gas or oil central heating boiler. Therma V is the commercial name given to LG’s air-to-water heat pump range.
Designed to create incomparable customer values such as energy saving, perfect comfort, easy control and superior services. By applying advanced LG technologies (like LG’s own designed
and manufactured Inverter Scroll Compressor, which is at the heart of the heat pump system), THERMA V provides excellent energy efficiency.
Air-to-water heat pump units are designed to sit outside in order to absorb heat from the outside air and use this heat to warm inside your home and/or the domestic hot water system. At the heart of the outdoor unit is a compressor and this compressor. LG design and manufacture their own compressor based on inverter technology.
Simply put the compressor ramps up and down depending on the system load required, rather than turning on or off. This keeps the heat pump quiet. The fans have also been designed in a way to reduce noise and enhance air flow.
Air-to-water heat pumps are becoming increasingly more popular in recent years across the UK and are being looked at as an alternative to tradational fossil-fuel central heating systems, due to their running cost savings, lower carbon emissions and prescise temperature control.
In the UK, the Micro-generation Certification Scheme – MCS on the LG THERMA V allows its holders to benefit from the Renewable Heat Incentive payments.
Energy Efficient Application
THERMA V is LG’s renewable heating system, especially designed to provide heating and/or domestic hot water to new builds and renovations for lower carbon emissions and energy costs.
THERMA V offers the best solution for home heating and hot water supply. With LG’s inverter technology running costs are lower than conventioanl fossil-fuel heating systems. Therma V is more energy efficient than a conventional boiler by absorbing renewable energy (heat) from the outside environment (air).
Types of Systems
Monobloc – up to 65oC
The Monobloc unit sits against the properties outside wall and connects to the wet central heating system in the same way as a traditional boiler.
- 5~9kW Outdoor Unit (mm) WxHxD = 1,239 × 907 × 404
- 12~16kW Outdoor Unit (mm) WxHxD = 1,239 × 1,450 × 390
Split type – low temperature – up to 65oC
Consisting of two components, the split systems have an outdoor unit and an indoor unit connecting via refrigerant pipework. This means the outdoor unit can be up to 50m away from the indoor unit.
- Indoor Unit (mm) WxHxD = 490 × 850 × 315
- 5~9kW Outdoor Unit (mm) WxHxD = 950 × 834 x 330
- 12~16kW Outdoor Unit (mm) WxHxD = 950 × 1,380 × 330
Example diagrams showing different heat emitters, for illustration purpose only, not to scale.
New Build Monobloc: With low temperature monobloc and split model, heating can be achieved even in the winter months.
New Build Split LT System: High Temperature is ideal for renovation projects, older properties or where a large volume of DHW is needed as it provides water temperatures up to 80°C.
Renovation Split High Temp: A simple accessory kit can be provided to connect to new or exsiting solar thermal panel. Both monobloc and low temperature split type systems.
Easy to Use Controller
With multi-line, back-lit stylish and intuitive controller. Easy step by step control for:
- Mode change
- Setting time
- Weekly reservation
- Holiday mode
- Sanitary water heating operation and Child lock programming.
- Smart ThinQ – Wi-Fi control your environment when you are away from home.
A Reliabile System
Keeping you warm even on the coldest days in the UK.
LG’s Therma V renewable heating systems are extremely reliable and reflected with the offered warranty. A long warranty of 7 years providing your system is installed and maintained annually in accordance with the manufactures recommended guidelines.
Air to water heat pumps cost less to run than conventional fossil fuel boiles, have no need for flues, or fuel tanks and are low in carbon emissions.