America's Most Reliable HVAC System.
Trane has more than 120 years of experience in the business.
We build products that are efficient to operate, work when they’re supposed to, last for a long time and create the ideal home environment. It's that kind of tradition and reliability that’s earned us America’s Most Trusted HVAC System two years in a row by Lifestory Research.**
XR16 Air Conditioner System| Heating | Ventilation | Air Conditioning | HVAC | Trane
XR16 Air Conditioner System
Manufactured by Trane
Working as part of your home HVAC system, the XR16 home air
conditioning unit comes with the reliability you’ve come to expect from Trane
and the energy efficiency you deserve. This central air system’s design ensures
that your family has superior comfort year round.
HIGH EFFICIENCY. COOL AIR.
The XR16 home air conditioning system has a SEER rating of
up to 17.00, making it an excellent choice for home comfort and for earning
energy-efficiency tax credits.
Two-Stage cooling (on select models only)
Two stages of cooling meet any outdoor climate conditions
and prevent interior temperature swings.
Durable and economical
Increased efficiency may substantially lower your home
cooling costs. Materials for all central air conditioning systems are tested
again and again for long-lasting performance and durability.
Cleaner, healthier indoor air
Add Trane CleanEffects™ to your home air conditioning system
for advanced air filtration that removes more dust, pollen and other irritants
from conditioned air for a cleaner, healthier, more comfortable home.
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*Ingersoll Rand Marketing Insights, Trane Claim Consumer Survey, October 2016.
** Trane received the highest numerical score in United States in the proprietary Lifestory Research 2016 America’s Most TrustedTM Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) System study. Study based on 17,878 surveys among residential consumers. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed between January and December 2015. For details see www.lifestoryresearch.com.