Company Overview of The Trane Company Inc.
The Trane Company Inc. manufactures heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and services. It offers chillers, airside and terminal devices, and OEM compressors. The company provides HVAC systems, such as chilled water to air applied systems, and refrigerant to air direct expansion systems; controls including HVAC controls, building control systems, sensors, and chiller controls; parts and supplies for compressors, controls, HVAC equipment, motors, and contractor supplies and equipment; and design and analysis tools. It also provides Tracer XT, a platform that provides data center customers with ways to reduce energy consumption, improve building operations, and optimize sys...
5595 Equity Avenue
Reno, NV 89502
Founded in 1885
Key Executives for The Trane Company Inc.
Senior Vice President of Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited and President of Security Technologies Sector of Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited
Director of Environmental Affairs - Commercial Systems
Executive Officer of Health Care Solutions Division
Sales Manager of Western Oklahoma
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
The Trane Company Inc. Key Developments
Trane Introduces Trane® Sintesis Family of Air-Cooled Chillers
Jun 15 15
Trane introduced the Trane® Sintesis family of air-cooled chillers. These chillers are now available for order in Europe, the Middle East, North and Latin America. Sintesis chillers are part of the Ingersoll Rand® EcoWise™ portfolio of products designed to lower their environmental impact with next-generation, low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants and high-efficiency operation. Sintesis chillers offer customers a choice to use either R-134a or DuPont Opteon® XP10 (R-513A), a next-generation, low-GWP refrigerant to address sustainability objectives. The portfolio provides more than options for refrigerants. The portfolio also: Achieves Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) and European Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (ESEER). Uses up to 40% less refrigerant than traditional tube/fin and flooded heat exchanger technology due to the micro-channel condenser coil and the compact, high-performance, integrated, low charge (CHIL) evaporator design. Reduces noise and improves acoustics through its factory-installed acoustic treatments for consistent, quiet operation to meet specific application requirements. A user-selectable noise-reduction mode is also available to help comply with nighttime and weekend neighborhood noise restrictions. Acoustic packages deliver amongst the quietest operations in the market adhering to noise level regulations while improving further the efficiency. Next-generation integrated controls offer a simple user interface that is standard on every Sintesis chiller, delivering efficiency and performance advantages. The Tracer AdaptiView™ chiller controls feature a 7-inch color touch-screen display for at-a-glance status and intuitive navigation for simplified operation. Proven control strategies such as integrated temperature and flow logic respond to a wide variety of conditions and maintain reliable, efficient chiller operation. Adaptive Control™ keeps the chiller working efficiently in extreme conditions " even under a building automation system failure " for continued reliable operation when it is needed most. The control set up of Sintesis chillers offers a unique ice storage feature for cooling during peak demand. In Europe and the Middle East, the new Trane Sintesis chillers are available in sizes of 245 up to 450 (cooling capacities from 300 to 1600 kW). The chillers reach 1.6 MW of cooling capacity at Eurovent rated points and supplement the original 090 to 205 sizes introduced by Trane in 2014.
Central Piedmont Community College, Partners with Trane and National Coalition of Certification Centers to Develop HVAC Center of Excellence
Oct 21 13
Central Piedmont Community College working with Trane and the National Coalition of Certification Centers will establish an HVAC Center of Excellence at the Harper Campus, which will enhance CPCC's Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration (AHR) Technology program. CPCC's partnership with Trane and NC3 and the development of the HVAC Center of Excellence will provide a number of benefits to the college and its students. These include: Strengthening CPCC's ability to maintain facilities, incorporating the latest in technological advancements; providing access to standardized and continually updated certification curriculum and assessment tests; offering professional development and train-the-trainer activities to keep CPCC instructors current with rapidly changing technologies; allowing CPCC to participate in the development of national training curriculum and certification standards adding more certification training into for-credit academic programs; and receiving discounts on the HVAC equipment for student use.
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