The Danfoss booth was split into 3 main areas: Convenience stores, Supermarkets and CO2. At convenience stores and Supermarkets, Danfoss presented a complete range of products and services for control of refrigeration, lighting and HVAC. By applying an ADAP-KOOL® solution you are able to cut 25% of you energy bill in convenience stores and 33% in Supermarkets. An example of unique technology developed by Danfoss is the adaptive superheat control which is a feature in the Danfoss evaporator controllers (e.g. AK-CC 550). In combination with the electronic expansion valve, AKV you gain the greatest energy savings compared to alternative technologies and product combinations.
Management Tools Make for Operational Stability and Efficiency
Besides great interest in the Danfoss system managers (AK-CS and AK-SC255) and its online connection to live sites, visitors were very interested in Danfoss Services visualized as dashboards for alarm handling and store(s) optimisation. This is an area where Danfoss expects enhanced growth in the coming years because the savings become even more substantial when you continuously apply the management tools that are available with the system managers.
More Than 1000 Transcritical CO2 Systems Operate Worldwide
Five years ago less than 10 European supermarkets used CO2 in their refrigeration systems. Today Danfoss has supplied controls for more than 1000 transcritical systems. At Euroshop Danfoss presented controls specially developed for CO2 to ensure operation that is as cost-efficient as it is energy-friendly. By applying a CO2 solution you can reduce the carbon footprint by more than 30% in supermarkets.
Winner of an Ipad
Danfoss invited visitors to participate in a competition about Danfoss competences. To enter the competition visitors should find the answers to 3 questions at the Danfoss booth and fill in a competition form. The winner has now been drawn and it is a pleasure to announce that the winner is: Miguel Sousa from Pingo Doce in Portugal – congratulations!