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Refrigerant Management

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What do HVAC refrigerants have to do with building decarbonization?

Refrigerant Management

The same refrigerants we need to run HVAC systems and keep our buildings comfortable can emit harmful greenhouse gases (GHG). Converting to next generation, low-GWP refrigerants is critical to slowing emissions. Regulations to mandate these changes continue to evolve. Knowing where to start with refrigerant conversion and management can feel overwhelming.

With more than 100 years in the HVAC business, we can help you navigate the complexities of this process and make the right decisions for your building and the environment.

Meet our EcoWise® Portfolio

At Trane we have been working for nearly a decade on our EcoWise portfolio of products, designed to lower environmental impact with next generation, low GWP refrigerants and meet the highest energy efficiency ratings.

Refrigerant Services from Trane

We can help you manage your existing refrigerants to keep you in compliance with industry requirements.

Refrigerant Migration

It is possible to convert some existing equipment over to more current, preferred refrigerant replacements. It takes specialized expertise, though, and drop-in substitutions simply do not exist. Inserting the wrong refrigerant can cause serious equipment damage. Trane Engineered Conversions® asses your equipment and make necessary retrofits before recharging with an approved refrigerant.

Refrigerant Management

Trane provides professional refrigerant handling for worry-free compliance with EPA Section 608.

  • Fully certified Trane technicians
  • Leak inspections for chronic leakers
  • Accurate leak rate calculations
  • Leak inspections available
  • Accurate recordkeeping and reporting on refrigerant activity
  • Records are easily to access on demand

Refrigerant Monitoring

Early leak detection is critical for safety and sustainability. ASHARE 15 requires buildings to monitor for refrigerant leaks. Trane’s refrigerant monitors are easy to operate, and capable of sensing multiple refrigerant types.

  • TruSense™ RMWH (earliest detection)
  • TruSense RMWG (split system)

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