Trane app makes it quick and easy to select temporary HVAC units

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Trane’s Selector app enables users to easily select the appropriate unit to meet temporary HVAC needs. The app enables users to view the detailed features of the recommended units, carry out a basic load calculation for comfort applications and submit a request for a quote to the nearest Trane Rental Services location.

Trane Rental Services offers a variety of equipment for unplanned or planned temporary needs — whether for emergencies, short-term or long-term needs or to sustain peak seasonal demands.

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

Sai Pinisetti, services leader at Trane Europe, says, ‘With modern fleet specially engineered and built for rental purposes, Trane Rental Services brings solutions to a wide variety of facilities including healthcare, data centres, industrial, hospitality and commercial buildings.’

‘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 needs into a smoothly functioning system.

‘Now with the Trane Selector App our customers can quickly find the solutions they need and reach out to their nearest Trane representative.’

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