Trane Offers New Larger High Efficiency and Modular Airfinity™ Rooftop Units

Brussels, Dec. 18, 2018 – Trane®, a leading global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, introduces Airfinity™ XL, the newest, larger design in its Airfinity™ series of packaged heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) rooftop units now available in Europe. The new unit exceeds the 2018 minimum seasonal efficiency requirements set out by the Energy-related Products (ErP) Directive 2016/2281, reflecting the company’s commitment to providing customers with sustainable solutions.

The Airfinity™ rooftop is a portfolio of light, compact and modular plug-and-play HVAC units ideal for retail and warehouse applications. The portfolio was designed to save installers’ time and reduce first and ongoing maintenance costs by improving efficiency of existing commercial buildings that require customizable solutions to meet their unique needs.

Airfinity™ XL packaged rooftop units are highly configurable and can be easily adapted to any application in medium to large buildings, with increased capacities from 120-220 kilowatts (kW) and 42,000 cubic meters of nominal airflow. When bundled with the Trane Energy Recovery Module capacities can go as high as 290kW.The new models are easy to install and even easier to operate, requiring little maintenance.

“We designed the new, larger Airfinity™ XL units to provide our customers with a high level of capacity and efficiency at lower costs, along with the quality and reliability they expect from Trane” said Jose La Loggia, vice president and general manager of Trane in Europe. “We provide sustainable solutions for our customers, and are proud to comply with the 2021 Ecodesign regulations without sacrificing on quality or performance. Our continuous innovation with Airfinity™ over the past two years reflects our dedication to providing the latest and most efficient technology in the packaged rooftop range of HVAC solutions.”

The performance of the units is tested and validated in the Trane state-of-the-art testing facility in Epinal, France, where all units are confirmed to be compliant with Ecodesign regulations. The industry-leading test facility is approved to test HVAC products in accordance to the highest industry standards, including for example, the European Standard EN 14511, and Eurovent requirements.

The key differentiators of the new Airfinity™ XL rooftop units include:

  • High efficiency scroll compressors with intermediate discharge valves for improved part load efficiency with no impact on capacity.
  • High configurability and ease of installation. Airfinity XL is a plug-and-play solution with a wide range of options and accessories that can be adapted to any installation.
  • The new Airfinity XL is also compatible with the Trane Tracer Concierge system, a cost-effective and easy to use building energy management solution which allows the user to remotely manage multiple rooftops using a tablet or a smartphone.

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