Rental Services

One call, one source. Call today for your temporary cooling, heating, power and dehumidification needs. Over 100 years of brand name trust combined with over 30 years of local knowledge and industry-specific expertise leaves you in capable hands when you need them most.

Rental Capabilities

Hunton Services Builds Value

Trane provides scalable cooling, heating, power and compressed air based on your need and required application—indoor or outdoor, short- or long-term, large project or small. Our experienced team of Account Managers, Engineers, Service Technicians, and Logistics Professionals can rapidly transform the equipment you need into a smoothly functioning system that will exceed your expectations. See our line of products and descriptions below: Our turnkey installation team is ready to assist you 24/7, and regardless of market or application, we can serve as your reliable rental partner. Let Trane help you plan ahead for your next shutdown or turnaround. Unlike other HVAC rental companies, we can handle all of your needs under one umbrella- we can fabricate, install, rent, service, and use a turnkey approach to ensure that your equipment up and running. We even have an entire dedicated Industrial Plant Services Team that has the industrial experience necessary to mitigate risk and seamlessly decrease down time. Your optimal production is our priority.

Trane Rentals

Rental Capabilities

Trane provides scalable cooling, heating, power and compressed air based on your need and required application—indoor or outdoor, short- or long-term, large project or small.
Our experienced team of Account Managers, Engineers, Service Technicians, and Logistics Professionals can rapidly transform the equipment you need into a smoothly functioning system that will exceed your expectations. See our line of products and descriptions below:

Rental Applications

Need extra cooling needed during extreme weather conditions or a short-term replacement following an emergency?
With a trusted brand and a trusted team, we have you covered. See samples of our unique rental applications below:

Commercial

Manufacturing

Governmental

Industrial/Manufacturing

Contingency Planning

One Call + Plan = Minimum Interruption

The value of utilizing Trane Rental Services is that you only make one call. If an unplanned outage or a critical need arises, our team can ensure a quick response and expert installation. We offer contingency planning that can cover all your utility needs- HVAC, Power, and Compressed Air. Implementing a plan that will identify the building’s critical or essential needs will help streamline the utilization of equipment and personnel used to mitigate any unforeseen risk that may interrupt your fiduciary responsibilities. For customers with multiple sites, the plan will have each location and building identified with its specific tonnage of cooling, power requirements, as well as connection points to minimize an unplanned outage. This will identify the best equipment and accessories for that specific situation. Talk to your account manager or our rental manager to discuss implementing a contingency plan. Peace of mind is priceless.

One call + plan = minimum interruption.

Step 1- Financial Risk Analysis

The contingency process begins with a review of the different functional areas of your facility, their dependence on power, HVAC and compressed air equipment, and the impact a loss could potentially have. By understanding the importance of these items to your operations and quantifying their financial impact, we can determine the areas that need to be considered.

Step 2- Risk Assessment

We will identify the potential causes for an interruption and rank them based on cost impact, probability of occurrence and system downtime.

Step 3- Equipment Identification

Your Trane account manager will work with you to document all equipment in your HVAC and power systems, including their operating conditions. This process may uncover system weaknesses that need to be addressed prior to implementation of the plan.

Step 4- Prioritization

We will evaluate your most critical facility loads and process needs for essential operations, including those with the highest financial implications for your business. At this point, you may want to consider load prioritization and/or load shedding to reduce the amount of capacity required. For a short period of time, you may be able to operate with higher air temperatures in certain areas and completely shut down others.

Step 5- System Connection

How and where connections are made helps reduce time and money. Care will be taken to choose a location that is easily accessible and that requires the least amount of temporary installation material to keep additional costs to a minimum.

Step 6- Power availability

The need to document the available voltage(s) and amperage is vital because a transformer or generator may be required. Even if your power has not been affected, some temporary units may require more power than your existing units.

Step 7- Electrical connection

Whether existing electrical service is adequate or new electrical service will be installed, we will establish the location of the temporary electrical connection(s) and how they will be made.

Step 8- Temporary equipment location

Equipment location is important for determining how much electrical cable, chilled water hose and/or flex duct will be required. We will also consider safety of the public and personnel, security, ease of placement, equipment clearances, structural loads, ground firmness and level, noise, emissions (generator), public visibility, auto and pedestrian traffic, permits, and many other things to minimize the impact on normal operations.

Step 9- Plan creation

Your Trane account manager will provide your organization with a plan proposal. Included in the proposal are the recommended temporary equipment solutions, the total investment required (both capital and expense), budgetary figures for the temporary solutions (including first and recurring costs), and detailed roles and responsibilities for internal and external resources.

Step 10- Implement and review

To help expedite the ordering and delivery of a temporary system, in an emergency situation, it is important to make sure that all documents, such as purchase orders and rental agreements, are completed, and all recommended building modifications are made. We also recommend that the plan be reviewed at least once a year, or when any facility changes are made.

Emergency Planning

When the unexpected happens, our extensive network of rental depots and service centers enable us to quickly provide generators and HVAC equipment on site to help you recover as soon as possible. Take advantage of the contingency planning services at your local office to be ready for anything.

To request a quote or ask a question regarding your upcoming rental needs, please contact us today.
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