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Trane Rental Services doubles its rental fleet.

Trane Rental Services has expanded its rental service to cater for supplemental, emergency or temporary cooling solutions to maintain the functioning of facilities

Trane Rental Services provides turnkey rental services, initially working with customers to determine their needs and proposing customised solutions. Selected systems may be rented for periods that can range from as short as a week to as long as several months.

Designed to meet non-permanent cooling requirements for planned outages, special events or emergencies.

The service is designed to cover:

  • Emergencies: rental units generate the right cooling capacity in case of a natural disaster or unexpected equipment failure;
  • Increased capacity: when a facility’s cooling load temporarily exceeds the capacity of existing systems, Trane Rental Services provide supplemental cooling;
  • Planned outages: Trane rental solutions provide continued cooling during chiller plant upgrades, renovations, retrofits or replacements;
  • Special events and on-site services: Trane provides temporary chillers and on-site services for events such as ice skating rinks.

Jose Laloggia, vice president  for controls, turnkey solutions, service and parts and aftermarket for Trane and Thermo King in Europe, Middle East, India and Africa, said: “The Trane Rental Services business is about supporting our customers when they need us most – whether it’s during an emergency or renovation.”

“These additional chillers will allow us to quickly respond to customers’ needs and minimize downtime and at the same time improve relationships and reliability with our new and existing customers.”

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