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Trane introduces Rental Selector App

New feature will help in quick and easy selection of the right temporary cooling and heating units, company says

| | Jul 2, 2017 | 10:55 am
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Brussels, June 29, 2017: Trane has introduced the Trane Rental Selector App, which the company said allows users to easily select the appropriate unit to meet their temporary heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) needs. The new app, the company added, enables users to view the detailed features of the recommended units, conduct a basic load calculation for comfort applications and submit a quote request to the nearest Trane Rental Services location.

HVAC is critical for most businesses to create the right indoor environment for buildings or to provide reliable cooling for industrial processes, and Trane Rental Services, the company said, offers a variety of equipment for unplanned or planned temporary needs. Whether it is for emergencies, short-term or long-term needs or to sustain peak seasonal demands, Trane said it is able to offer a wide range of rental units available across Europe.

“With modern fleet specially engineered and built for rental purposes currently available in Europe, Trane Rental Services brings solutions to a wide variety of facilities, including healthcare, data centers, industrial, hospitality and commercial buildings,” said Sai Pinisetti, Services Leader at Trane Europe. “We provide fast, safe and cost-effective rental solutions, and our team of account managers, engineers, service technicians and logistics professionals can rapidly transform customer’s temporary equipment need into a smoothly functioning system. With the Trane Selector App, our customers can quickly find the solutions they need and reach out to their nearest Trane representative.”


According to Trane, after installation, an extensive service network of factory-authorised Trane technicians ensures smooth operation throughout the duration of the rental period.

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