LG’s advanced residential air conditioner with unique ultrasonic technology fights malaria in Nigeria

LG today unveiled its newest advanced residential air conditioner (RAC) for African countries, which utilizes ultrasonic wave technology to repel mosquitoes. In Nigeria, as well as in a number of other African countries, malaria continues to be a prevalent threat. LG takes great pride in tailoring products and technologies to the specific needs of consumers. By matching technologies directly to these region-specific challenges, LG creates solutions that bring about profound and meaningful changes to consumers. The Anti-Mosquito air conditioner is a great example of LG’s commitment to improving both health security and the quality of life in Africa by applying technological innovations in intelligent ways.

Aside from offering greater peace of mind, the Anti-Mosquito air conditioner also comes with all the advantages of LG’s AC technologies, delivering powerful cooling and superb reliability even under extreme operating temperatures. LG’s Anti-Mosquito air conditioner has been shown in tests conducted in a Peet Grady chamber to deter on average 64 percent of malaria-transmitting female Anopheles mosquitoes within 24 hours and 82 percent overall.

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