Moving refrigerant—not air
Trane Advantage VRF systems move heated or cooled refrigerant through the interior of a building using small diameter pipes. The refrigerant passes through coils in each room being served by a system; fans or blowers move air past the heated or cooled coils, warming or cooling the room.
The best efficiencies
Industry-leading efficiency ratings of up to 27 IEER/30 SCHE come from the innovative VRF design, high-performance variable-speed compressors and other advanced design features that also improve reliability and longevity.
Individual zone control
Trane VRF technology makes it possible to give each room in a building individual heating and cooling control. Unused rooms’ climate controls can be switched off entirely. The result is exceptional comfort and efficiency.
Multiple control options
• Zone level (individual indoor units)
• Centralized level (up to 256 total indoor units, up to 16 groups)
• Building level (multiple VRF systems)
• Integrated building level (for control by building managers/owners)
Integration with Trane controls
Trane Advantage VRF systems work seamlessly with Trane Tracer controls, which use exclusive algorithms to efficiently direct system operation—including multi-system installations that integrate Trane Advantage VRF units with other Trane HVAC products.
Smaller footprint, no ductwork
With smaller equipment size and refrigerant pipes instead of ductwork, Trane Advantage VRF systems take up much less space than forced-air systems—a benefit that’s especially important in existing structures.
With sound levels as low as 23 dBA, quiet Trane Advantage VRF systems can improve the comfort and productivity of building occupants.
360-foot maximum pipe length
This maximum length exceeds the limitations of many competing systems; in many installations, a Trane Advantage VRF system can occupy the rooftop instead of a mid-floor’s mechanical room, freeing up valuable interior floor space.