Mobile CO₂ training unit

Worldwide training in CO₂ refrigeration

CO₂ is emerging as the go-to solution in the food retail market as traditional HFCs are phased out and retailers look for new ways to reduce their carbon footprint. Danfoss launched the Mobile CO₂ Training Unit in September 2016 to provide easy-to-access, hands-on training for the thousands of installers, service technicians, and OEM engineers worldwide that want to take full advantage of the natural refrigerant.

The Mobile CO₂ Training Unit makes both the technology and understanding of CO₂ refrigeration immediately available to industry professionals through a 2-day training session.

By attending, you will learn:

  • Transcritical system design (simple booster system, parallel compression, parallel compression with ejector)
  • Commissioning of CO₂ systems
  • Set up of pack and case controls
  • Service procedures
  • Troubleshooting and correction

Danfoss CO₂ experts will present CO₂ systems and solutions, which include simple gas-bypass systems as well as more complex parallel compression solutions, with or without heat reclaim. They will also introduce our new Multi Ejector Solution™ that can enhance the energy efficiency of systems by up to 20% on the hottest day of the year, enabling the use of transcritical CO₂ systems in much harsher climates.

Mobile CO2 Training Unit

Where to find the Training Unit in 2018

The first stops on the 2018 tour are in place. The last part of the tour will be announced shortly - stay tuned for the updates.

Check out the highlights from our 2017 world tour

In 2017, the Danfoss Mobile CO2 Training Unit travelled 62,000 km and visited four continents, six countries, and 11 cities. More than 600 people were trained in how to adopt CO2 for their refrigeration systems.

Danfoss CO2 solutions for food retail - wide spot

Trending on CO₂ for food retail applications

CO₂ is emerging as the preferred refrigerant by a growing number of global, regional and local retailers. Learn more about Danfoss solutions for CO₂ refrigeration.