Trane exhibits energy-efficient, next-generation HVAC solutions at ACREX India 2019
Launches high-speed magnetic centrifugal chillers (HSWA) with 40% better performance, exceeding AHRAE 90.1-2016 IPLV standard.
Trane launched its high-speed magnetic centrifugal chillers (HSWA) at ACREX India 2019 in Mumbai. The company has also expanded its commercial unitary portfolio by introducing Genyue5+, the advanced 5th generation full DC inverter Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems, at the event.
"With our new offerings, we bring forward technological innovation that will ensure complete energy-efficiency benefits.”
At ACREX, Trane will showcase energy-efficient and next-generation solutions such as the Trane EcoWise portfolio of products using HFO refrigerants and Trane Air-Fi wireless technology. Visitors can experience product innovations and sustainable solutions that will benefit diverse vertical markets including those of data centres, hospitality, healthcare, large infrastructure and pharmaceutical, amongst others.
Sanjeev Seth, country leader, HVAC & transport, India & SAARC markets, Ingersoll Rand, said, “We are excited about the launch of high-speed magnetic centrifugal chillers (HSWA), which exceeds the AHRAE 90.1-2016 IPLV standard by 40%. Equipped with an advanced oil-free magnetic bearing compressor and a CHIL next-generation heat exchanger, this product brings down the operating cost exceptionally. The recent addition to our commercial unitary portfolio, Genyue5+ continues to enhance customer experience with solutions that are efficient, reliable, compact and environmentally sustainable. With our new offerings, we bring forward technological innovation that will ensure complete energy-efficiency benefits.”
He further commented that: “Given the pressing need for sustainable HVAC solutions that help tackle climate change challenges, our specifically designed EcoWise portfolio of products will help lower environmental impact with the use of next-generation, low-global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants and high-efficiency operation. Global warming is a serious concern, and we welcome the Government of India’s active support towards the Kigali Climate Commitment to phase down the use of HFC gases. We will continue to work with the Government and industry at large to stay at the forefront of technological innovation.”