LG Commercial Washers Acquires Orange Tag from Meralco

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LG Electronics commercial washers have been tested by the Meralco Power Lab and have been given the coveted orange tag.

LG Commercial Washers

Meralco’s orange tag acts as a seal of security, approval, and transparency as it can show you a close approximation of the power the appliance consumes and the corresponding cost. Nothing is left to chance and you get to see how much consumption is even before you buy it.

There are two commercial washers from LG that were tested. The first one was the Giant C Max Washer which showed a cost per wash of about PHP 0.81 and the Titan C Max Washer which showed a PHP 1.05 cost per wash.

Orange tags for LG Commercial washers 2022
Left: Giant C Max Washer, Right: Titan C Max Washer

The low cost of operation is made possible by the Inverter Direct Drive drums on LG Commercial Laundry Machines that are directly attached to the motor. This makes them durable and reliable for long-term use.

Additionally, it has a 3+1 Hygiene Care Laundry System that helps sanitize your washers before, during, and after every use. 

First, the Clean Tub Cycle cleans the tub just three minutes before use. Next, the Hygiene Cycle can help sanitize fabrics while the last step is an Intensive Tub Cleaning Cycle that can run once the load is done.

Moreover, the Gyro Balancing System makes the washers operate quietly by reducing vibrations which then creates a more peaceful environment for doing other tasks while waiting.

Another feature of the LG commercial washers is the atomizing and twin spray. This allows the washers to rinse your clothes non-stop while spinning which results in a faster wash and higher customer rotation for your business.

Meanwhile, the atomizing Spray also sprays water on the door so you don’t have to clean excess soap off the door glass making it efficient. This also comes with an Auto Dosing System which supplies uniform amounts of detergent, bleach, and softener for every cycle.

For more information, you can visit LG’s official website and Facebook.

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