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Trane launches range of new small capacity chillers

Trane is introduces two new options for small capacity HVAC systems that are designed for comfort and process applications.

The two new additions to the extensive Trane chiller offering include the CGA air to water chiller and the CXA air to water heat pump. Both units feature axial fans with scroll compressors.

New units replace the previous CGA/CXA range from Trane and are claimed to provide up to 17 per cent improvement in cooling and heating efficiencies, up to 32 per cent smaller footprint and up to 5dB lower sound power levels compared to the previous range.

In addition, the new CGA and CXA units can deliver leaving chilled water temperatures to -12 degrees Celsius, making them ideal for process cooling applications in the food and beverage segment.

The new CGA/CXA solutions meet the Seasonal Coefficient of Performance (SCOP) heating efficiency levels that will go into effect September 2015 as part of the ongoing rollout of Ecodesign Directives.

New CGA/CXA units are available for order and first units are already being delivered to Trane customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

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  • Air Track Inc

    Trane Conquest small-capacity chillers are designed to be among the quietest systems, even in the most noise-sensitive applications, and optimize energy consumption within varying building or application loads and capacity modulations.

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