Industrial Automation

Danfoss Industrial Automation portal

Danfoss Industrial Automation is a leading global player within the development and production of fluid controls and pressure and temperature controls. Since 1933, the extensive know-how within Danfoss has made modern life easier and we continue to break new ground in our core business areas. Every day, more than 250,000 items are produced at 70 factories in 25 countries. Building strong partnerships is of great importance to us, because it is purely by understanding our customers’ needs that we can meet the expectations of tomorrow. This is also true in Danfoss Industrial Automation we are dedicated to focus on the industrial world of today. Through us, you gain access to the entire Danfoss pool of technologies, with special emphasis on pressure and temperature sensors and controls. We offer safer, more reliable and more efficient solutions in a close cooperation based on firm values. 

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New DST P140 Pressure Transmitter

New DST P140 Pressure Transmitter

The DST P140 pressure transmitter is designed to provide unrivaled reliability, durability, performance, and not least, digital possibilities in the water-pump market.

Diagnostic

Danfoss new sensor program enables new software and programmable features which allows us to adapt fast and easy to your application needs. See Dennis Carstensen explaining these features.

Accuracy is everything

Accuracy is everything

A brief introduction to Total Error Band by Max Luig, introducing the comprehensive method Danfoss uses to determine Total Error Band and explains its benefits and demonstrates how TEB works.

Drinking water solenoid valves -Danfoss

New solenoid valves for drinking water

WRAS and RISE approved solenoid valves ensure your compliance. Danfoss solenoid valves are the clever choice for installers and the safe choice for drinking water.

Position sensors in action

Position sensors in action

See our position sensors being put to the test at our Application Development Center in Nordborg, Denmark.