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The True Value and Ease of Modular Units

January 12, 2023

Retrofitting a building’s HVAC system can be challenging, not to mention trying to figure out how to get new equipment into the building. Thermafit™ modules can help as they are compact and designed to fit where space is limited. They are also easy to service.

View our webinar and explore how modular heating and cooling solutions can provide a comfortable indoor space with the benefit of being compact.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain the true value of modular units
  • Show the advantages of built-in redundancy
  • Compare heat pump and heat recovery capabilities
  • Understand serviceability benefits of modular units

Explore how modular units provide indoor comfort with compact design.

Meet the Speakers

Scott Smith, Product Manager

Scott Smith
Product Manager
Trane Commercial North America

Scott is the Product Manager for the Arctic Chiller portfolio and is based out of his home office in Charlottesville, Virginia. He has worked for Trane since 2018, and with Trane’s former parent company, Ingersoll Rand, since 2010. He has 30+ years of industrial experience with GE / Sabic Innovative Plastics and Rexam, and has held a variety of roles including product and process development engineer, production manager, Black Belt and Master Black Belt, Supply Chain Leader, and most recently Operations and Process Excellence Leader.

Scott has his Mechanical Engineering degree from Clemson University and his MBA from Wake Forest University. He is also a certified six-sigma Master Black Belt. Outside of work Scott enjoys watching Clemson football, coaching youth soccer, and training his German Shorthaired Pointers.

Jackie Sopko, Chiller Commercialization Support Leader

Jackie Sopko
Chiller Commercialization Support Leader
Trane Commercial North America

Jackie is the Chiller Commercialization Leader based out of Pueblo, Colorado. She has worked for Trane supporting chillers since 1997. During her time at Trane she has had a number of different positions; Technical Support Engineer, Water-cooled, Air-cooled and Arctic Chiller Product Manager. This gives her a great foundation to support customers.

Jackie has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado State University – Pueblo and outside of work spending her free time traveling, camping and 4-wheeling.

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