Tide of Global Climate Agreements Produces a Wave of Products and Services
In the tide of global climate agreements, organizations of all sizes and in all industries are dutifully searching for products and services to increase their operational efficiency while simultaneously preparing for a more sustainable future.
But this point is not merely conjecture; it is rooted in fact. A report published in partnership between Ingersoll Rand and Green Biz concludes that 93 percent of the largest companies ($10 billion or more in revenue), 94 percent of large companies ($1 billion to $10 billion in revenue) and 87 percent of small organizations (less than $1 billion in revenue) have established at least one public or private commitment for emissions reductions or energy efficiency initiatives.
With such commitments comes the need for products and services designed to exceed organizational demand through efficiency, sustainability and groundbreaking innovation. Together with its family of brands, Ingersoll Rand, a world leader in creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments, was awarded three product of year awards by Environmental Leader at the 2016 Environmental Leader Conference for excelling in each of those areas.
Ingersoll Rand creates new technology with an eye toward the world we and our customers will inhabit in the future. Innovation – finding new ways to meet the market’s future needs for reliable, sustainable and energy-efficient solutions – will be critical to driving to future sustainability for organizations in all countries and in all industries.
With the future in mind, Trane, a leading global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, continues to drive innovation forward with products like the Trane Series E™ CenTraVac Water-Cooled chiller (known in the United States and Canadian markets as models CVHH/CDHH) and the Trane Sintesis™ Air-cooled Chiller.
The Series E CenTraVac Water-Cooled Chiller is among the most reliable, efficient, lowest emission and quietest centrifugal chillers on the market today. CenTraVac Chillers are part of the Ingersoll Rand EcoWise™ portfolio of products that are designed to lower environmental impact with next-generation, low-GWP refrigerants and high efficiency operation.
In that same vein, Trane Sintesis Air-cooled Chillers provide efficiency, sustainability and quite operation without sacrificing quality or reliability. Sintesis chillers are among the most popular and sustainable heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) system for schools and universities. It not only meets expectations when it comes to safety, efficiency and environmental impact, but it also goes beyond to provide sound reductions that are beneficial, for example, for schools that are adjacent to neighborhoods while also ensuring the learning environment is quiet.
Thermo King, a manufacturer of transport temperature control solutions for a variety of mobile applications and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, was applauded by Environmental Leader for Thermo King Truck and Trailer Refrigeration Units using R-452A, a sustainable alternative refrigerant.
Thermo King’s SLXe family has also been honored as an EcoWise brand, and is recognized as one of the first members of this exclusive club. These refrigeration units are designed to lower environmental impact with next generation, low global warming potential refrigerants and high efficiency operation.
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