Trane Introduces XR16 Low Profile Heat Pump for Split Ducted Heating and Cooling Systems
The XR16 Low Profile Heat Pump is a side-discharge, single-stage heat pump designed for split ducted heating and cooling systems
DAVIDSON, N.C. — Trane®, a global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services, and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, is now offering the XR16 Low Profile Heat Pump, a side discharge single-stage heat pump designed for split ducted heating and cooling systems.
“The XR16 Low Profile Heat Pump expands and diversifies the products we offer and meets a wide range of applications, while upholding the excellent reliability and durability residential contractors and homeowners expect from Trane,” said Tim Storm, Trane product manager for heat pumps. “The XR16 is another example of how we provide customers, including distributors, dealers, contractors, and end users with convenience and operating efficiency without compromising comfort.”
The XR16 Low Profile Heat Pump is designed for split ducted applications where space constraints make vertical discharge units difficult to install. This includes zero lot-line installations in which the lot line comes up to or close to the property line and other situations with limited space, such as multifamily housing, row homes and condominiums, rooftops, or under decks. The XR16 Low Profile Heat Pump is available in 1.5- to 5-ton sizes and is suitable for any residential building.
The system features a SEER of up to 17 and HSPF of up to 10. Each unit is built with a Climatuff™ compressor, tube and fin coil with refrigeration grade copper tubes and enhanced aluminum fin surface to maximize heat transfer, and an integrated fan system with leading-edge swept blade design to improve airflow, enhance performance, and reduce sound levels. Sound levels for the unit range from 69-74 dBA.
The XR16 Low Profile unit also features a 10-year registered limited warranty with a five-year warranty on the compressor, heat exchanger, coil, and parts.
For more information, visit www.trane.com.
Publication date: 03/23/18