Trane Inc. is a manufacturer of heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and building management systems and controls. The company is a subsidiary of Ingersoll Rand and is the successor company to the American Standard Companies. It makes products under the Trane and American Standard brand names.
Chiller Sequencing and Control in TRACE™700
In this video you'll learn...
Different chiller sequencing types in TRACE
How to set up a sequence in TRACE 700
The difference between Cooling Equipment Controls and Plant Controls and different options available for each
TRACE simulation limitations for sequencing
This Trane continuing education course discusses the operational, performance and application differences for centrifugal (dynamic compression) and helical-rotary (positive displacement) compressors. Discussion includes an overview of how variable-speed drives affect
chilled-water system components, physics of centrifugal compressor chillers and screw compressor chillers, applications
In this Trane continuing education program, Trane engineers will discuss the application, selection, and optimization of both
chilled-water and hot-water coils. Topics include a discussion about the impact of both water and air velocities on
coil performance, a review of example selections for chilled-water and hot-water HVAC coils to demonstrate the tradeoffs of cost, pressure drop, and capacity,...
Sound data is the foundation of acoustical analysis and it is often used for comparing equipment from different
manufacturers. Unfortunately not all manufacturers present sound data in the same format. This Trane Engineers Newsletter Live will focus on clarifying sound data terms and weighting methods so that the differences in sound data presentation are apparent.
Examples of the common mistakes ...
In this Engineers Newsletter Live program, Trane applications engineers discuss system design and control strategies for various types of chilled-water terminal systems, including fan-coils, chilled beams, and radiant cooling. Topics include: types of terminal equipment, variable-speed terminal fan operation, dedicated OA system design, chilled-water system design, and complying with ASHRAE 90.1 r...
Trane Engineers Newsletter LIve: Applying Variable Refrigerant Flow. In this program, Trane applications engineers discuss some of the challenges when applying a variable refrigerant
flow (VRF) system, such as complying with ASHRAE Standards 15 and 90.1, meeting the ventilation requirements of ASHRAE Standard 62.1, and zoning to maximize the benefit of heat recovery. Presenters Paul Solberg, John ...
Trane Engineers Newsletter Live program LEED v4: In this ENL, Trane applications engineers will discuss changes in the latest version of LEED and how they impact HVAC practitioners.Topics include ASHRAE Standards 90.1, 55, 62.1 along with energy modeling development. Presenters: John Murphy, Chris Hsieh, Charlie Jelen and Jeanne Harshaw.
Continuing education hours toward LEED credential maintenan...
Variable-frequency drives (VFDs) also known as variable-speed drives (VSDs) are often used on all chilled-water system components (fans, pumps, and chillers), and for good reason. When systems are properly designed and controlled, they offer the opportunity for significant energy savings as well as improved operation. With these new opportunities come new complexities. This course discusses all-va...
Changes to ASHRAE Standard 90.1 require single-zone VAV in some applications. This ENL will review these new requirements, discuss the benefits of single-zone VAV systems (energy savings, better part-load dehumidification, and lower part-load sound levels), identify common applications for this system, and discuss ways to address application-related challenges (air distribution, ventilation, and b...
Unstoppable doesn’t just mean our products will keep going. It means we will to. That’s how we get the most reliable heating and cooling brand. And that’s why it’s hard to stop a Trane.
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As a sponsor of the St. Jude Children's Reseach Hospital Dream Home Giveaway, we're proud to donate our products to help fund St. Jude's life-saving work in fighting cancer. Learn more about our partnership, and get involved today: http://www.trane.com/residential/en/st-jude-dream-home.html
Trane's newest thermostat, the XL824 Connected Control, is intuitive, easy to use and compatible with almost all residential heating and cooling systems. And, when connected to Nexia™ Home Intelligence, you can remotely manage your home's climate using a smart phone, tablet or computer from virtually anywhere in the world.
Here's how to use the Control's User Setup Wizard feature, which will get...
Trane TruComfort variable speed systems provide the ultimate in comfort and energy savings. Instead of cycling on and off at full capacity like conventional systems, Trane TruComfort systems run at the lowest speed needed for the current weather conditions, helping homeowners save energy and money. See how it works!
Trane CleanEffects™ is the world's leading whole-house filtration system for indoor air and is capable of removing up to 99.98 percent of particles and allergens. It is also designed with easy cleaning in mind. Watch this live demonstration to see how quick and easy it is to maintain -- only a vacuum is required.
Trane CleanEffects™ is the world's leading whole-house filtration for indoor air and is capable of removing up to 99.98 percent of particles and allergens. Watch as it's put to the ultimate test -- with a cloud of highly-concentrated, sooty smoke.
For the second consecutive year, WomenCertified awarded Trane the Women's Choice Award in the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems category. This award designation is based on a national survey among more than 5,000 women.
Las Vegas: one of America's hottest cities, and the perfect place to showcase unstoppable comfort. Trane was there with the Schlage team at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show to unveil the latest technologies from Nexia Home Intelligence to the world. CNN even stopped by with cameras for a live broadcast interview!
Make keys a thing of the past with Schlage's new Touchscreen Deadbolt, fully compatible with Nexia Home Intelligence and the Trane ComfortLink II Control. Tech expert Brett Larson tests the product out at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show. Learn more at www.nexiahome.com
The smart home of the future calls for nothing less than an unstoppable HVAC. That's why the builders of the VISION House in INNOVENTIONS at Epcot®, a standard-setting, green smart home, turned to Trane for its comfort and home automation systems. Watch as Scott Martin, Vice President Strategic Marketing, Ingersoll Rand discusses some of the VISION House's hottest features.
How smart is your thermostat? The Trane ComfortLink II is a virtual energy command center that makes controlling home comfort simple and efficient, and helps homeowners manage their heating and air conditioning energy usage. Hear how real-life families used the ComfortLink II to make their lives more comfortable, for less.