Trane® Foundation™ light commercial rooftop units deliver reliable, affordable heating and cooling year-round. We incorporated sound engineering, utilizing only the features you really need to design a quality rooftop unit that ships quickly and can directly replace certain competing rooftop units. This dependable unitary HVAC solution provides you with the confidence that comes from key features that have been tested in the field — simply designed, durable components, including a long-lasting tubular heat exchanger, reliable gas-ignition system, and proven compressor technology.
Rooftop systems, air handlers, heat pumps, VRF systems and more
May 8, 2017
Like last year, this year’s Cooling Showcase is split into two parts — commercial and residential. This issue focuses on the commercial side of the air conditioning industry while the April 17 issue highlighted new offerings in the residential cooling market. Included in this coverage is feature-specific information about each product as submitted by the manufacturers.
These 3- to 5-ton units are an addition to Trane’s portfolio of Foundation™ light-commercial rooftop HVAC units. They fit a common roof curb used on many existing commercial buildings and can be installed without the need for an adapter, which saves customers time and money during installation.
These rooftop units can be configured at the factory, so consultant engineers or design-build contractors can get the exact spec unit they need delivered to the job site. With more than 35 options per tonnage size, there are more than 750,000 unit configurations available.
It’s the middle of summer and your customer, who can’t provide you with any helpful information about the history of this situation since they just recently purchased the business, is complaining that the temperature inside their small convenience store won’t get comfortable whenever the outdoor temperature gets over 90°F.
The decision to use air conditioner manufacturer NOVA was easy to make
January 23, 2017
Some situations require new ways of thinking — and setting up the air conditioners on the roof of the ebm-papst location in Hagenmoos/St. Georgen was one of them. The factory hall is simply too large for conventional setup with a crane. They would have had to build an access road especially for the crane. Instead, they decided to transport the five air conditioners to the roof via helicopter.
Continued company growth and market adoption has led to expansion
January 5, 2017
75F, the predictive analytics cloud-based software company that optimizes HVAC systems, announced a 500 percent year-over-year sales growth in 2016. Major gains are attributed to expanding into new construction office and warehouse projects, as well as installations with national retailers and restaurant franchisees.