Trane HVAC emerged as an overwhelming leader in hvac products. According to Frost & Sullivan's independent research conducted to measure preference of HVAC products roughly 7 out of 10 ranked trane hvac as the top hvac. A positive reputation with loyal customers is what positions trane hvac as a leader.
Trane has over 55 years of experience providing efficient and reliable HVAC to the commercial market. Trane a business of Ingersoll rand improves the performance of homes and buildings around the world. Trance HVAC optimize indoor environments with a broad portfolio of energy efficient heating, ventilating and air conditioning system, building and contracting services, parts support and advanced controls for homes and commercial buildings.
Every building purpose is met if only a true high performance heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system makes the living life better in the building. Trane HVAC systems of with technology
- Chilled Water applied systems
- DX Unitary systems.
Chilled Water Applied Systems:
Chilled water Trane HVAC system uses the chilled water to transport heat energy beside the air side, chillers and the outdoors. This type of Trane HVAC is commonly found in large Trane HVAC installations. As the components are manufactured, tested and packed inside the industry. It is easy to install and give more reliability.
The benefits of chilled water applied Trane HVAC systems:
- Minimizes the potential refrigerant leak because of its refrigeration equipment placement design.
- Speed installation
- Reduce field labor
- Flexibility of separating the components for installation in different locations.
- Comprehensive design.
DX Unitary System:
In a direct-expansion unitary Trane HVAC sytems, evaporator is in direct contact with the air stream, so the cooling coil of the air side loop is also the evaporator of the refrigeration loop. The term direct refers to the position of the evaporator with respect to the air side loop. The term expansion is the method used to introduce the refrigerant in to the cooling coil. The components of the DX unitary Trane HVAC systems are manufactured assembled and test packed hence this system is called Packaged DX System. Alternatively, this system can be split for its requirement of flexibility when it is called as Split DX System.
The benefits of DX Unitary Trane HVAC systems:
- Smaller in design
- Packaged system
- Lower Installation Cost
- Less Field Labor
- Can be installed in small equipment room or even within the perimeter wall of the building.
Additionally, if the tenants are paying utility bills then the multipackaged DX units can track the energy use of the particular unit used by the tenants.
With all these different factors Trane HVAC controls expertise to make systems more efficient so they use fewer resources, take up less space, make less noise, and more cost effective to run. With more LEED certified 'Green Building' professionals than any other company in the industry?
Few Factors considered in selecting Trane HVAC system are
- Installed Cost
- Energy Consumption
- Space Requirement
- Freeze Prevention
- Building height, size, shape
- System Cooling and Heating Capacity
- Centralized Maintenance
- Stability of Control
- Individual tenant billing.
As Trane Hvac offer comprehensive design and energy analysis to help you consider all factors in selecting the correct type of the system for your project. So choosing the Trane HVAC is wiser choice for your buildings to get your living environment better.