Make air your ally.

August 28, 2020

How optimizing your school’s HVAC system can help address health risks. As a school district leader, we know you’re facing numerous challenges and questions around when to reopen your school and how to do it safely. Like you, we want to put the well-being of our kids and teachers first. We’ve been serving school districts […]

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Connecting people and buildings so you can work the way you want to.

August 20, 2020

Give your tenants more control over the spaces they occupy. Establish easier, more automated work order processes. Manage more within your building management system. Other facility management solutions stand-alone, detached from HVAC, lighting, security, and other building technologies. Trane® Tenant Services™ and Work Order Management integrate seamlessly with your building automation system (BAS). It’s an […]

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Successful IAQ Webinars with Genesis Air

July 30, 2020

“As you prepare to reopen your buildings, we recognize you have a lot of questions. Indoor air quality suddenly matters more than ever. We turn insights and data into an action plan you can move on immediately. So you can reopen your building with confidence now — and make it more resilient for tomorrow.” – […]

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Consider Creative Financing to Take a Holistic Approach in the “New Normal”

July 22, 2020

Building owners and managers are facing new pressures as we all navigate the “new normal.” While budget pressure may be higher than ever, there is also a pressing need to optimize the indoor environment – and progressing so can meet multiple business objectives. In fact, working to ensure that your indoor spaces offer high satisfaction […]

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8 Reasons Contractors Should Embrace Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF)

June 24, 2020

Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems are an increasingly popular choice regardless of a building’s size or intended use. VRF systems focus on heating and cooling only the spaces that require individual temperature control by circulating the optimal amount of refrigerant required for each zone, resulting in advantages with system operation and occupancy comfort. By embracing […]

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Trane: Your Partner in Resilience

June 3, 2020

There’s an old saying that adversity is a great teacher. If that’s the case, the current situation is certainly doing a lot of teaching, and we’re all doing our fair share of learning. It’s testing our mettle as individuals and as organizations. It’s challenging us and pushing our limits in ways we couldn’t have possibly […]

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Trane Technologies Delivers Sustainable Solutions for Healthier Air in Buildings and Safe Transport of Food and Medicines

May 19, 2020

As countries around the world work to contain the spread of COVID-19 and prepare to reopen, Trane Technologies (NYSE: TT) is addressing critical needs for healthier air quality in buildings, hospitals and homes and safe transport for food and medicine. The global climate innovator has seen a growing focus on indoor air quality in buildings, […]

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Predictive Building Analytics: The Future of HVAC Automation

March 10, 2020

Would you feel more confident in your building’s performance if technology could predict equipment failures before they happen? In the Internet of Things (IoT) age, this level of insight is possible and is known as predictive analytics. Across all industries, IoT is expected to grow from $900 million in 2015 to $3.7B by 2020.1 Thanks to […]

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National HVAC Tech Day

June 20, 2019

With the days heating up, June 22nd is a perfect day for National HVAC Tech Day! Why should we show appreciation for our HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) Technicians? Though a variety of home heating and cooling techniques have existed since ancient times, central heating and air as we know it was born in […]

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Getting Started with VRF

May 16, 2019

The Basics of Variable Refrigerant Flow Technology VRF is an HVAC technology designed to provide energy-efficient comfort control for a building’s occupants according to the conditioning needs of a building’s zones. Supported by integrated controls and sensors, VRF accomplishes cooling and heating through the transfer of conditioned refrigerant between each zone’s indoor unit(s) and an […]

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