DESIGN & ANALYSIS TOOLS
To assist the engineering community with building and HVAC system, Trane has pioneered the development of a range of software and design and analysis tools to assist in the process. Once you have the designs, you’ll need to get a company like, www.rsmechanicalservices.com to complete the installation of your new HVAC system. You would also be safe in knowing that your HVAC system would be installed by a company that uses hvac software that aids them with scheduling appointments, ensuring that overbooking or scheduling issues do not halt your HVAC installation. Read on for more information about the design.
Whether you are doing a comprehensive load analysis, profiling system performance, or determining the optimal HVAC components or configurations for a given installation, we have a software package that includes design and analysis tools that will provide you with a solution for todayâ€™s design demands.
Trane design software packages offer all of the options and modeling capabilities you expect in comprehensive design tools.
- HVAC Design Tools
- Trane 360 Mobile App
- TRACE 700 Load Design
- TRACE 700 Load Express
- VariTrane Duct Designer
- Trane Pipe Designer
- Trane Engineering Toolbox
BIM & SELECTION TOOLS
Our tools can make your design phase more efficient by systematizing the selection process and taking the guesswork out of specifying the HVAC system components to meet your HVAC application needs.
Trane Engineers Newsletters are topical, informative articles that provide engineering professionals who design HVAC systems with reliable, objective, and technologically current information in a non-commercial format.
Trane analysis tools are created for designers and engineers responsible for assessing system design and function for new construction or existing buildings. Accurate analysis and specifications translate into substantial savings and optimal building performance.
CALCULATORS & CHARTS
Trane.com features a variety of calculators that make your design and analysis tasks easier. These include software to calculate your potential LEED compliance, a condenser relief calculator, unloading curve calculator, ductulator, and psychrometric chart.