Selecting Installation Location - LG ACHH Series Installation Manual

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Selecting installation location

Because the user operating the product varies based on the mode setting item of the user
setting, set up and operate the product as shown below.
Details to consider when selecting the installation location
Select the location that fits the following conditions to install the product.
• Location without direct heat from other heat source
• Location where noise of the chiller does not have negative impact to the neighbors
• Check the installation direction of the unit for the seasonal wind during the winter.
Install the product so that the seasonal wind does not affect only one side of the product.
• Location not exposed to strong winds
• Location that can support the weight of the chiller
• Location with space for air flow and service
• Install the boundary sign, danger sign or barricade, if necessary.
• It is recommended to install a fence around chiller so that people or animals will not be able to
access the area.
• When installing the product in areas with high humidity during the winter (Coast, seaside,
lakeside), install the product where it is well ventilated and has plenty of exposure to sunlight.
(Ex: Roof top with sunlight)
• If the product does not run during the winter, establish a plan to use the anti-freeze for the
water supply.
• To prevent the condensed water from flowing, insulate the connected evaporator and pipe.
• To smoothly drain the condensed water, establish an inclined structure.
• Avoid installing the product at locations with the following conditions.
- Location with corrosive gas such as acid or alkali gas.
(Coolant can leak from the corroded pipes.)
- Location with electromagnetic wave.
(It can cause the product to malfunction from defective parts.)
- Location where flammable gas is generated or flows to prevent fire.
- Location with high level of carbon fiber or dust
- Special location exposed to oil, steam or emulsified gas


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