Whether you’re an HVAC Technician, manufacturer, or supplier, we all have a responsibility to provide the best products and services to our customers. Trane® has entered into an agreement with KCC Manufacturing to bring greenhouses, garden centers, and growers a more efficient way to grow plants. Read the article below, originally published on hvacinsider.com, to learn more about this new technology that can help grow owners and facility managers cut costs.
Trane®, a leading global provider of indoor comfort and energy services solutions and a brand of Ingersoll Rand®, now offers solutions to serve the rapidly growing indoor agriculture market.
Trane has entered into an agreement with KCC Manufacturing, a leading supplier of highly efficient industrial dehumidification, energy recovery and atmospheric water generation systems for indoor agriculture and industrial applications, for exclusive access to their MSP Technology™ product line. This agreement will serve the needs of indoor agriculture markets in the United States and Canada, with Trane offering a full suite of solutions for facilities growing vegetables, herbs and legalized, licensed cannabis.
“We’re collaborating with KCC Manufacturing to combine industry experience, efficient equipment, intelligent services and comprehensive energy services to make growing facilities stronger and more profitable,” said Manlio Valdes, vice president, product management and marketing for Trane. “Our solutions give growers authority over temperature, humidity and airborne pathogens. We put control in growers’ hands, so they can manage, replicate, and improve the conditions that maximize the genetic potential of their crop.”
“KCC Manufacturing’s leading-edge MSP Technology uses wrap-around, small-plate heat exchangers to dehumidify grow room environments, typically generating a 30-to-65 percent energy savings when compared to traditional dehumidification solutions,” says Cole Fisher, director of sales for KCC Manufacturing. “This allows grow owners and facility managers to reduce overall HVAC installed costs and save money on their monthly utility expenses.”