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Hunton Trane works with architects, engineers, contractors and owners throughout the project development process to develop sound ideas and concepts that deliver value and drive it throughout the lifecycle of the facility, resulting in long-term, sustainable benefits.

Trane’s Engineers Portal

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Building Solutions for Engineers
Trane Site for Engineers
One stop access for Engineers to stay in touch with new products, systems and solutions from Trane. Get the latest technical specifications and our design and analysis tools.

EarthWise™ Systems Design Strategies
High efficiency/low emissions performance across entire lifetime of building

Indoor Air Quality
A Trane Catalytic Air Cleaning System (TCACS) can help reduce biological organisms such as spores, bacteria, and even the tiniest viruses.
It can also reduce irritating odors from organic compounds such as fumes from paint, glue and cleaning chemicals, and capture airborne particulates like dust and mold. The Trane CDQ™ (Cool, Dry, Quiet) desiccant dehumidification system was selected as one of R&D Magazine’s 44thAnnual R&D 100 Award winners as well as the 2006 Frost & Sullivan Product Innovation of the Year Award winner

Maximized Building Efficiency and Sustainability through Building Automation Systems

LEED Accredited Professionals to assist with LEED’s whole-building approach to sustainability

Trane Official Product Selection System (TOPSS) is flexible and powerful software that helps you determine the Trane equipment that best meets your HVAC needs. TOPSS guides you through the steps that will generate a list of product selections that meet or exceed your specifications.

Knowing the Building Codes
The design and construction teams must adhere to a set of defined building codes throughout the entire fabrication and building process. Hunton Trane works with the your teams to make sure they are complying with city-specific mechanical, fire protection, energy, and other regional building codes. For more information on standards and codes, the ASHRAE website is a great resource.