Trane announced the Sintesis Balance CMAF, latest addition to its innovative portfolio of multi-pipe units for simultaneous cooling and heating. The fourth generation of Trane’s air-sourced multi-pipe units raises the bar in sustainable, efficient and flexible delivery of cooling and heating in buildings.
Simultaneous heating and cooling by one single unit eliminates the need for separate boiler and chiller systems to fulfil buildings’ cooling needs in the summer, heating in the winter or both throughout the year. This offers building owners of multifunctional facilities like office buildings, hospitals, theatres and hotels reduced investment costs, better use of floor space and lower total operating expenses while significantly improving the sustainability of their operations.
The Trane CMAF uses renewable and recovered energy for the production of hot water and can replace the existing fossil-fuel boiler and chiller system to deliver both chilled water and hot water for the entire building with no direct greenhouse gas emissions. This contributes to decarbonisation of buildings and creating better air quality in and around the building.
The new Sintesis Balance CMAF models are substantially more efficient when compared to oil and gas boilers. CMAF offers Total Efficiency Ratio (TER) of up to 8.2 and Coefficient of Performance (COP) of up to 3,35 – highest levels of all air-sourced scroll multi-pipe units available on the European market. The expanded operating map allows CMAF to deliver hot water with temperatures up to 68 degrees Celsius. The heating capabilities of the unit also makes it a very good choice for building applications in climatic regions where ambient air temperatures go down to minus 18 degrees Celsius.
Additional key features of the Trane Sintesis Balance CMAF system are:
Trane Sintesis Balance aligns with Trane Technologies’ 2030 sustainability aspirations, and the commitment to reduce customers’ carbon emissions by one gigaton – equivalent to the annual emissions of Italy, France and the United Kingdom combined.