Heating

Danfoss Climate Solutions for heating

Danfoss was the original inventor of both the radiator thermostat and the automatic differential pressure controller. Today, we have been serving the needs of the heating industry for almost 80 years and are a market leader in automatic heating control technology.

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    Welcome to the new home for DEVI by Danfoss
    27 June 2022

    Welcome to the new home for DEVI by Danfoss
    DEVI and Danfoss electric heating are now in one place. We’re bringing all our DEVI and Danfoss electric heating content together to our Danfoss website.

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    80 years of energy efficient and environmentally friendly electric heating innovation
    27 May 2022

    DEVI Electric Heating is creating more comfortable indoor environments with floor heating applications in bathrooms, kitchens, bedrooms, offices, in fact anywhere where warmth is required. In addition to these indoor solutions, DEVI's electric heating cable technology is also widely used in outdoor applications, ensuring safety in winter minimising the hazards of snow, frost and ice.

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    Europe is on a fast track to sustainable electric heating
    28 March 2022

    The European Commission is aiming for 84 percent of electricity demand by 2050 to come from renewable energy sources which will significantly decrease CO2 emissions. This is where electric underfloor heating comes in, with the Commission aiming for 40% of residential heating to be sourced from electricity by 2030, rising to at least 50 and up to 70 percent by 2050.

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