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  • Ingersoll Rand to Showcase Indoor Air Quality and Security Solutions at Hotel Operations Summit India

    Published on December 15, 2010

    New Delhi : With the potential to become the world’s leading tourist destination, India is experiencing unprecedented growth in hotel construction. The country will add almost 114,000 hotel guest rooms to its inventory over the next five years according to HVS.

    To help meet the indoor air quality (IAQ) and security needs of this rapidly growing industry, Ingersoll Rand will sponsor and participate in the Hotel Operations Summit India (HOSI) 2010.

    Ingersoll Rand will feature hospitality industry solutions at the conference from two of its businesses: Trane, a leading global provider of indoor comfort systems and solutions, and Security Technologies, a leading global supplier of products and services that make environments safe, secure and productive.

    Trane and Security Technologies leaders at the Ingersoll Rand booth (# E1) will explain how featured solutions can help hotel owners and operators improve guest comfort, enhance security and access, and reduce operating costs, including:

    • CenTraVac Chiller – Trane will showcase its CenTraVac Chiller, the world’s most energy efficient of its type. The chiller helps hotel owners and operators increase energy efficiency and reduce utility bills. This chiller earned the Best-of-the-Best Stratospheric Ozone Protection award from the prestigious U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
    • Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies CISA MIFARE hotel locks – This locking solution addresses the growing need for enhanced security in the hospitality industry. The system can enhance the overall guest experience by combining ease of use and comfort with total reliability and dependability.

    “We are confident that our presence at HOSI will demonstrate that we can become a trusted partner to the lodging industry by helping operators deliver improved guest comfort and security while reducing operating expense,” said Rajesh Sikka, business leader for Trane India.