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Take VRF Further with Building Automation

September 14, 2023 webinar: how to take your light commercial building VRF projects to the next level.

This event was originally held on September 14, 2023 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Sponsor: Trane
Duration: 1 Hour

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Two of the fastest growing HVAC trends today are all-electric VRF technology and the rise of smart buildings. While many think of Building Automation Systems (BAS) for large, complex buildings, the need for advanced controls on all VRF projects is increasingly demanded. Trane’s Tracer Concierge®, powered by Tracer® SC+, takes light commercial projects to the next level. Specifically designed for contractors, Concierge is easy for you to install and easy for your customers to operate. It offers the functionality of a fully customized BAS with an intuitive user interface, giving contractors an edge in satisfying building owners’ needs for performance and usability. Pair this rapidly growing technology with highly efficient VRF systems to provide the affordable, accessible, enterprise-level control needed to help achieve decarbonization goals.

Register to learn more about how leading with BAS solutions can help future-proof your projects and grow your bottom line.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to differentiate yourself in the fast-growing VRF space with BAS
  • Understand Tracer Concierge® System VRF system applications
  • Experience the ease of installation with Trane® / Mitsubishi Electric VRF and HVRF
  • See an overview of Tracer Concierge System service benefits and pull through
  • Understand end user/operator benefits and user experience
Chico Lorenzana | VRF Controls Product Manager | Trane Commercial  With over 30 years of industry experience, Chico Lorenzana has held varying roles at Trane from project engineer to his current role as VRF Controls and Integrated Solutions Product Manager. Chico is passionate about connected buildings and bringing innovative technologies to the market that make building automation and sustainability achievable. He first received HVAC training while in the US Navy and then later went on to study Engineering and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Minnesota State University.He is an avid baseball, football and American handball fan and has a newfound interest in pickleball.
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