Save up to 25% on energy bill with Danfoss solutions
Danfoss already has the proven technologies to make hotels efficient, by managing heating, cooling and ventilation and control everything that’s happening inside a hotel in terms of its environment.
Danfoss solutions make hotels performance remarkable – proactively managing energy usage and maintaining a healthy, comfortable and productive living environment.
Danfoss can help you save energy in your new build or renovation project
We deliver our hotels expertise through the most advanced and efficient technologies to support smarter use of electricity and water, reduce running costs and environmental impact, and deliver superior comfort to guests.
How we can help you
Indoor comfort with accurate temperature control and reliable supply
Reliable water supply for heating, cooling and domestic hot water
Anti-legionella protection and electronic temperature registration
Easy installation, commissioning, management and maintenance
Reduced total cost of ownership
One manufacturing partner for all HVAC systems
Energy efficient and sustainable solutions
Innovative products enabling smart IoT solutions and data collection
Danfoss NovoCon digital actuator
Danfoss NovoCon® digital actuator connects heating and cooling systems to the hotel Building Management System (BMS) enabling smart Internet of Things solutions.
Danfoss HVAC solutions are part of many technical hotel applications. Click on below applications to find out more about the specific applications and our possible solutions:
Air handling unitsAir Handling Units should exhaust the right amount and right temperature of air at the right moments into a building. Danfoss control valves and actuators ensure the best indoor comfort established in the most energy efficient way. They accurately control the water (heated or cooled) flow into the AHU so the exhaust air temperature matches the desired temperature.
ChillersEnergy consumption is a key driver for building owners when it comes to chillers. Depending on the building size, type, and use, as well as the surrounding climate, you need different options for your chiller designs to provide the most value to your customers and differentiate yourselves in the market.
Connected systemsDigitalization, remote access and Internet of Things (IoT) trends are increasingly important in HVAC applications. They drive the development of smart buildings and offer a significant energy efficiency increase by improving system performance based on building data. Danfoss offers different internet-connectable systems.
Domestic hot waterDanfoss Domestic Hot Water systems provide everything for the production, storage, hydronic balancing, temperature control and temperature logging for drinking water in non-residential and apartment buildings. The systems established are high performing, provide comfort and hygiene and ensure maximum protection against legionella.
Denmark's new climate-friendly hospitality giant depends on Turbocor® oil-free chillerThe new Alsik hotel in Southern Denmark sets a higher standard in energy-efficiency and is built to reach 76% CO₂-neutrality. A main contributor is the 900-kW chillers by Clint (a company of G.I. Industrial Holding) which features award-winning Danfoss Turbocor oil-free compressors.
Heating facility reconstruction in Kopaonik mountain resort, SerbiaBuilding: Hotel Application: Hydronic balance, control and monitoring of a heating system Challenge: Improve the energy efficiency of old heating system Solution: Danfoss installed motorized control valves, hydronic balancing valves and electronic controllers with monitoring software
Radiator thermostats for the only 7-star hotel in the world, Morgan Plaza, ChinaThe Beijing Olympics began on the 8th of August 2008, but the preparation went on for years. That included the building of the so far only fourth 7-star hotel in the world – ‘The Beijing 7-stars Morgan Plaza'. Construction of Morgan Plaza began in 2002 and finished just in time for the Beijing Olympics.
The pioneer in electronic expansion valve controlWhen Danfoss introduced it's first microprocessor based ADAP-KOOL® controller back in 1987 it was also the first controller with adaptive (self learning) Superheat control. Danfoss had been gaining experience since 1980 whilst developing analogue controllers for thermostatically activated expansion valves and suction pressure valves.
Easier use, wider application - the all new TE5 – TE55Experience and proven results in the Refrigeration industry, as well as listening to customer requirements and drawing on technical advances made with previous thermostatic expansion valve models, has allowed Danfoss to launch the range of new TE5 – TE55 TEV's which are now easier to use and cover a greater range of applications.