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Comprehensive Chilled Water Systems

Comprehensive chilled-water systems employ best practices in chiller plant design that align with current industry guidance for achieving high performance cooling, heating, and ventilation, all while reducing first cost.

Comprehensive Chiller-Heater Systems

Trane® Comprehensive Chiller-Heater systems, featuring electric heat pumps, provide cost-effective, energy-efficient, reliable cooling and heating, while reducing carbon emissions. Ideal for larger buildings, especially those with a central plant, these pre-engineered system solutions make electrified HVAC systems easier to specify and implement.

CoolSense® Integrated Outdoor Air Systems

The CoolSense® pre-packaged HVAC design system combines a dedicated outdoor-air system (DOAS) with chilled-water sensible-cooling terminal units to deliver a flexible, energy-efficient solution that enhances comfortable spaces and simplifies maintenance.

Intelligent Variable Air Systems

Trane Intelligent Variable Air systems simplify the design and implementation of systems that HVAC designers typically consider complicated and time-consuming. With new technologies and optimized controls, these systems are 20% to 30% more efficient than traditional multiple-zone VAV systems.

Thermal Battery Systems

Trane Thermal Battery™ systems are premier HVAC plants that provide a distributed resource for our changing grid. Their ability to store thermal energy enables your building to reliably modify HVAC operations to optimize for carbon reduction or energy cost savings.

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Systems

Regardless of the capacity, energy efficiency, functionality or performance-monitoring requirements, our VRF Systems Solutions, featuring Trane® / Mitsubishi Electric VRF Technology, are designed to exceed the comfort and sustainability goals established for commercial building projects.

Zoned Rooftop Systems

Ideal for small buildings, Trane® Zoned Rooftop Systems provide cost-effective options to increase comfort and energy efficiency, while simplifying operation and maintenance. These packaged systems make advanced functionality affordable and easy for non-technical users to operate.

From our desks to yours...

Consuming and sharing relevant and timely industry updates is pivotal to your success meeting customer goals and staying aprised of technology and trends in buildings today. And it's key to our success as a partner in your work.  Find below a sampling of the latest spotlight resources and training for you to simplify professional development, in a meaningful way.


[Technical] Position Document on Building Decarbonization

ASHRAE has issued a position document on building decarbonization and its role on mitigating the negative carbon impact of buildings on the environment. The new document presents the Society’s positions and recommendations for achieving a reduction in emissions through the renovation of existing building stock and improvements to new building designs.

Read the Document
ASHRAE Electrification Webinar

[Webinar] Rethinking Hydronic Systems to Enable Building Electrification

Hosted by the ASHRAE Journal, we'll explore solutions for electrification of thermal systems using site sourced, site recovered and compressor-based heating including air-to-water and water-to-water heat pump system benefits, limitations, best practices, and cold climate strategies

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ACX Air-to-Water Heat Pump

[Product] Ascend® Air-to-Water Heat Pump

Trane's newest innovation replaces fossil fuel powered equipment with all electric heating or cooling. The model ACX is efficiency-focused with intermediate discharge valves, EC fan motors and variable speed permanent magnet motors on condenser fans - combining efficiency and sustainability in one innovative package.

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2022 Building Performance Analysis Conference and SimBuild

Join us September 14-16 in Chicago! Trane is a proud sponsor of the event hosted by ASHRAE and IBPSA-USA. The theme of the conference, “Better Buildings, Less Carbon: Supporting the Transition to A Clean and Just Climate” focuses on improving the decision-making process through the application of simulation and modeling over the entire building life cycle.

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Heat Recovery: 50 Years of the Engineers Newsletter
The warmth of the summer sun feels terrific after a lengthy, frigid winter but when it gets to be too much an escape to the cool, refreshing indoor air conditioning is a welcomed break. And living in western Wisconsin I can surely claim I enjoy both -- nothing feels more rejuvenating than an air-conditioned space after a hot, sunny day on the Mississippi River! My name is Dan Gentry, and I recently celebrated my five-year anniversary with Trane; I started my career with the company in the Centrifugal Product Support group. Previously, I worked in sales support at another chiller manufacturer where I primarily focused on heat recovery and heat pump type systems. About a year ago in the spirit of leveraging and strengthening my work experience, I transitioned to the role of Applications Engineer and now work with the field to help design energy efficient systems, many of which utilize some form of heat recovery, often with heat recovery chillers.


Refrigerants: 50 Years of the Engineers Newsletter
Hello Summer! The heat and humidity of the season is finally knocking on our door. This means that our heavy lemon juice consumption season is coming to sporting events, neighborhood fundraisers, and local festivals. Speaking of juice, in our July Engineer Newsletter Blog, we will quickly browse through our past newsletters and other literature on refrigerants, the so-called “magic juice” inside air conditioners.

Next Generation Refrigerants

The EcoWise® portfolio of products allow you to design lower environmental impact systems while simultaneously addressing your customer’s climate commitments and efficiency goals. Choosing the best refrigerant for each application should be based on a balance of safety, environmental impact and total cost of ownership. Let Trane's application experts guide you to the best refrigerant solution.


Wellsphere surrounds you with a team of experts in indoor air quality, thermal comfort, acoustics and lighting to help you evaluate and select the right solutions to provide the biggest benefit to occupants and the biggest return for your client's business. We also support you with the tools and resources to take your IEQ knowledge to the next level.