Trane is introducing new chillers CITY:
Trane CITY Comfort is a chiller for office buildings, hospitality, district cooling and heating and data centers, and can be used in small industrial processes such as food and beverage and small agricultural production such as wineries.
Trane CITY Process is a process chiller variant of this portfolio that provides highly efficient process cooling for food and beverage, warehouses, cold storage and ice rinks, and can freeze down to -12 degrees. The product uses R-1234zwhich is near zero GWP and non-flammable.
“Trane CITY products meet a diverse set of customer needs for compact, efficient comfort and process cooling and heating needs,” said Jose La Loggia, vice president and general manager of Trane in Europe, Middle East and Africa. “The combination of Trane technology, the use of renewable energy and waste water sources, and near zero GWP refrigerant deliver unmatched operating performance and are a sustainable investment for building owners.
Before CITY, small commercial buildings, industrial facilities and industrial processes were served with scroll compressor technology. With CITY, they can now use a combination of inverters and screw compressor technology with a refrigerant with less than 1 GWP and a seasonal efficiency gain of 28%.
Trane CITY is part of the Ingersoll Rand EcoWise portfolio of products designed to lower environmental impact with next-generation, low-GWP refrigerants and high-efficiency operation.
Trane introduces a series of new and upgraded solutions within its Light Commercial Systems:
Trane FLEX II
New modular chillers and heat pumps designed for applications with limited accessibility.
All FLEX II chillers are one meter wide to fit in typical elevators. The modular design allows for building one air-conditioning system based on numerous FLEX II chillers managed by one FlexMASTER controller.
The micro-channel condenser coils and optimized refrigerant piping contributes to increased sustainability and low refrigerant charge
New fans in these chiller and heat pumps for comfort and process cooling and heating applications.
The new fans improve the performances at part load and reduce operating cost over the full life of the product.
All units in the Light Commercial Systems portfolio are compliant with the applicable European Ecodesign Regulations under the Energy-related Products (ErP) framework Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament.
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