Trane New, Connected IntelliPak System

This next generation rooftop HVAC system connects with Trane's Symbio 800 for improved control throughout the unit's life cycle.


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This next generation rooftop HVAC system connects with Trane's Symbio 800 for improved control throughout the unit's life cycle.
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Trane New, Connected IntelliPak System

This next generation rooftop HVAC system connects with Trane's Symbio 800 for improved control throughout the unit's life cycle.

Trane New, Connected IntelliPak System

Trane®, a global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, has introduced the next generation IntelliPak® commercial heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) rooftop unit connected with Symbio™ 800, a flexible controller designed to improve the customer experience at installation and throughout the life of the system.

IntelliPak HVAC rooftop unit from Trane

The new high-efficiency, connected IntelliPak and Symbio 800 system pairs with TRACE® 3D Plus software to make the system easy to select and design for customer specifications. This solution is ideal for industrial, healthcare, education, and retail facilities that require greater efficiency and connectivity.

“Our IntelliPak rooftop units have been iconic systems used in buildings for more than 40 years. Through our extensive customer research, we modernized the design to evolve with our customers’ needs,” said Manlio Valdes, vice president, product management and marketing at Trane. “We’ve designed the new system to enhance the customer experience, from easy initial selection, to superior quality and testing during manufacturing, and flexible and fast installation onsite. The added Symbio 800 controller enables connected capability to improve the overall building performance for customers.”

IntelliPak with Symbio 800’s upgraded variable speed technology allows Trane to offer a unit at each tonnage that meets the Consortium of Energy Efficiency advanced tier with a rating up to a 17.8 Integrated Energy Efficiency Ratio. The rooftop system also meets regulatory compliance; all heat exchangers satisfy the 2023 Department of Energy (DOE) code of at least 81% steady state efficiency.

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