Trane expands range of fan-coil units

Trane has expanded its UniTrane portfolio of fan-coil units with the W-Line range of high-wall fan-coil units. Also added to the range are the D-Line and B-Line more compact and concealed ductable ranges offering higher capacity and lower noise.

The W-Line is available in four sizes with cooling capacities from 1.2 to 3.8 kW. Its modular design allows for mounting 2-way or 3-way valves and the condensate pump into the casing. These units are available with wired wall control, infrared remote control, MB electronic board for Modbus management and electric heating coil.

D-Line units can be used in ductwork with up to 80 Pa of available static pressure. They are available in four different casings as 2-pipe and 4-.pipe versions. Cooling capacity is up to 8 kW and heating up to 10 kW. Airflow ranges from 375 to 2220 m3/h.

B-Line models have higher capacities and require up to 425 Pa of static pressure. The are offered as 2-pipe or 4-pipe versions. Airflows are from 1000 to 7500 m3/h with cooling capacities from 4 to 33 kW and heating from 6 to 61 kW.

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