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Building envelope improvements often rank at or near the top of the facility team’s to-do list, since they generally provide an attractive return on investment.
Whether a resident backup system or on-call emergency plan, these temporary tools should be deployed quickly.
As building automation systems continue to evolve, facility managers can use these systems’ capabilities to integrate lighting and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.
This line of water-cooled chillers has been enhanced with the Trane Adaptive Frequency Drive, which adjusts motor speed based on demand.
These redesigned rooftop HVAC units feature a dual footprint that means they can directly replace up to two-thirds of existing units without requiring adapter curbs.
As an alternative to rectangular ducting, this approach is a more efficient delivery system when conditions are suitable. From the August 2013 issue.
Myriad levels of interaction characterize the next generation of facility controls. From the June 2013 issue.
GE’s LightSweep can now be integrated into the Trane Tracer building automation system, providing facility managers increased control strategies across lighting and HVAC systems.
Trane engineers’ accomplishments have been recognized with a new wall display.
Through this service, Trane works with healthcare facility managers to identify conditions in their physical facilities that are taking away from the effectiveness of patient care.