1. Trane CleanEffects
CleanEffects is an advanced home filtration system that can remove up to 99.98 percent of pollutants, contaminants, allergens, and other particles from the air. It’s more effective than standard filters and even than HEPA filters, making it ideal for people who are concerned about indoor air quality and healthy homes.
2. ComfortLink II Communicating Control Board
ComfortLink II is an advanced communications system that connects components in your heating and cooling system and monitors temperature and humidity levels. The system can even make automatic adjustments to the compressor and fan speeds to guarantee the perfect indoor air temperature at all times, and it has a touchscreen control you can use to adjust the system and even check the weather.
3. Spine Fin Coil
The Spine Fin Woven Coil is a special aluminum coil that Trane has designed to resist corrosion, prevent leaks, increase airflow, and to be more reliable than traditional coils.
4. Climatuff Compressor
The Climatuff is a proprietary compressor that Trane uses in all of its air conditioners and heat pumps. It has been specifically designed for quiet operation, high-efficiency, and superior durability.
Every Trane air conditioner comes with a base limited warranty that covers parts that need to be replaced because of a manufacturer’s defect. Depending on the model, the warranty terms range from one to 20 years. If you register your new cooling system within 60 days of installation, the warranty terms get longer and can range from 5 years to a lifetime warranty.
Their air conditioners also come with a 10-year limited warranty that covers the outdoor coil and internal functional parts (as long as you register the product). There’s also a limited warranty for the compressor, which lasts 10 years for registered XR series models and 12 years for registered XL and XV models.
Be a happy homeowner when you purchase an Trane air conditioner. Fill out our online form and ask for a free quote.
Trane’s history goes back to 1885, when the company got its start designing a low-pressure heating system. By the mid 1930s they had expanded into the air conditioning business as well, and today they are a household name in the HVAC industry.
In 2008, Trane was acquired by Ingersoll Rand, but they still have the same focus on manufacturing quality products, on energy efficiency, and on designing reliable and long-lasting heating and cooling systems for North American homes.
Eager to learn more about Trane air conditioners? Fill out an online quote request, and one of our representatives will be happy to provide you with a free, no obligation quote.