Trane Chiller Sets Industry Benchmark for Energy Efficiency
Jun 18, 2013
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The Stealth air-cooled chiller, from Ingersoll Rand brand Trane, uses a compressor design that helps it deliver peak efficiency under all operating conditions. This gives the chiller the capability of up to 12.1 energy efficiency ratio (EER). The design also delivers up to 20 integrated part-load value (IPLV) to drive lower overall electrical consumption and ensure energy savings across typical operating conditions.

The chillers is available in 150-300 ton capacity ranges. The line is designed for industry-leading combination part-load and full-load efficiencies and the lowest published sound levels for an air-cooled chiller in the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning industry.

The chiller's AdaptiSpeed technology integrates a direct-drive, specific-speed screw compressor, permanent-magnet motors, and third-generation Trane Adaptive Frequency Drive (AFD3).

New compact, high-performance, integrated, low-charge (CHIL) evaporator technology optimizes refrigerant flow for improved efficiency and better heat transfer performance, while using up to 40% less refrigerant than traditional flooded designs.

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