Trane Continues To Innovate Chiller Portfolio To Address Customer Demand For Climate-Friendly Systems

Trane ®, a leading global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, is announcing that its Series R ® RTWD water-cooled chiller for commercial and industrial buildings is now available for customers in North America and the Middle East who are ready to transition to systems with lower global warming potential (GWP).

The Series R RTWD chiller, available in 80-250 tons, delivers energy efficiency coupled with ease of installation, application flexibility and high reliability. These chillers can operate with a choice of R-134A or Opteon™ XP10 (R-513A), a next-generation, low-GWP refrigerant from Chemours. With an infinite unloading compressor design, wide operating temperature range, heat-recovery options up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit, advanced controls and high efficiencies, these chillers can be the perfect choice for tight temperature control in almost any application.

"Trane continues to innovate its chiller portfolio by offering customers the most energy and operationally efficient system choices for their buildings," said Manlio Valdes, vice president of product management and marketing at Trane. "The Series R RTWD is reliable, safe and efficient while offering customers the added benefit of sustainability now and in the future."

The Series R RTWD chiller joins the Ingersoll Rand EcoWise™ portfolio of products, which are designed to lower environmental impact with next-generation, low-GWP refrigerants and high efficiency operation. Other Trane chillers included in the EcoWise portfolio are CenTraVac™ centrifugal chillers, Trane Sintesis™ air-cooled chillers and Trane Series E™ CenTraVac for Europe and the Middle East. EcoWise products:
  • Are available with next-generation, lower-GWP refrigerants
  • Reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
  • Maintain safety and energy efficiency through innovative design
  • Meet or exceed emissions regulations

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