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This Week From Trane: Week of October 10, 2022

October 14, 2022

With decarbonization, electrification, energy efficiency, and other ever-changing hot topics being discussed, where can you go for reliable info relevant to your world? Turn to Trane thought leaders who go behind the curtain each week with new blogs sharing industry insights, innovations, and inspiration on optimizing indoor environments across an array of markets we serve. 



Do you know what downtime is REALLY costing you?

When talking with manufacturers about the potential costs of downtime, we regularly hear that it is difficult to quantify all the components that factor into the true cost of downtime. Discover the three obvious costs that most companies consider and can easily calculate.

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How many hours is your chiller unsupervised?

Traditional On-Site Service utilizes on-site inspections to log the chiller operation on that specific day.  If you are using a typical quarterly inspection schedule, that’s 2189 hours between inspections or 6567 hours/year of no visibility to how your chiller is operating! When there is something that needs to be addressed with your system, a Connected Mechanical Service Agreement allows customers to gain priority for unplanned problems and achieve quicker response time using your remote connection.

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Ventilation: 50 Years of the Engineers Newsletter

2022 marks the 50-year anniversary of Trane’s Engineers Newsletter publication! This month we hear from a frequent EN author, Trane Applications Engineer John Murphy about the long history of ventilation strategies.

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Building a Better Future by Designing Data Centers for Heatwave Resiliency - Part 1

Protecting our important data center infrastructure and making it resilient through extreme weather events is critical to our modern operating world. In Part 2 of our Data Centers Heatwave Resiliency series, discover why data centers need to consider climate as part of their design and more from Trane expert, Danielle Rossi. 

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How to Design a Data Center with Heatwave Resiliency at its Core - Part 2

With temperatures rising across the globe and heatwaves becoming increasingly common, designing data centers to be resilient through extreme weather events has never been more important. But how exactly do you approach designing and building a data center today that can withstand future climate shifts? Get the answer to this and more in Part 2 of our Data Centers Heatwave Resiliency series.

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Insights from an Expert: Building Automation and Healthcare with Michael Leach

Hear from building automation and healthcare expert Michael Leach, in this spotlight Q&A. As Regional Controls Sales Manager in Florida for Trane Commercial, Michael answers the top challenges healthcare customers face, how building automation can help and more.

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What are the best ways to reduce your carbon footprint?

Staying relevant in today’s competitive market can be challenging, especially since there's more to success than simply meeting traditional business goals. Thriving organizations must now look beyond decades-old drivers to examine their impact on the environment as they begin investing in corporate sustainability efforts. Hear from Doug Robertson, Account Manager, Turnkey for Trane, on the best ways to reduce your carbon footprint and more.

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