Being prepared for power disruption is as easy at 1, 2, 3
August 04, 2016
Staying cool in the summer heat requires thinking beyond equipment check-ups and maintenance. A power outage can result in business interruption that is costly for you and your building tenants. Trane is here to help you take prepare for the unexpected, so you can keep your building running efficiently all summer long. Creating the right plan is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
- Document Findings: Together, you and your Trane account manager will document the basic facts about your facility, including equipment, energy costs, and possible financial loss.
- Analyze Possible Failures: Your Trane account manager will analyze the possible failure scenarios to identify your potential temporary cooling needs. The process establishes the specific equipment needed to maintain cooling in critical areas.
- Work The Plan: Once a contingency plan is drafted and approved, you will receive information detailing your specific plan and identifying the equipment that is covered. Should temporary cooling be required, plan deployment is just a phone call away.
Trane can help you develop and implement strategies to meet your heating, cooling and power needs effectively when your permanent building systems go down — regardless of the reason. With proper preparation, temporary solutions can be installed quickly and efficiently so you can keep critical building functions operating with minimal disruption.