HVAC integration in supermarkets
The closer you align your heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems, the easier it will be to save money, safeguard stock, and reduce your environmental impact. Integrated solutions unlock the full potential of each application and increases the efficiency of the entire system.
Harness the benefits of integrated refrigeration, heating, air conditioning, and ventilation solutions.
Features and benefits
Recovered heat can be used for own heating purposes or sold to other premises
One system for all your heating, cooling, and A/C needs
90% reduction in your heating costs
Smart store brought to life at Irish service stationsWith 230 service stations around the country, Maxol Group is the leading family-owned oil company in Ireland. Beginning in 2014, Maxol stations underwent a transformation that placed increased focus on the customer experience, offering high-end snack products and convenience shopping to people on the-go. During this transformation, Maxol wanted to upgrade refrigeration, lighting and HVAC to support store ambience, ensure food safety and save on energy bills.
Coop, Brazil, retrofit with integrated control saves 12 % on the energy billDanfoss was responsible for the supply and installation of a set of automation controllers of the refrigeration and air conditioning systems of the store, such as the refrigeration racks, the condensers, the cold rooms, the refrigerated counters and the preparation areas, in addition to the climate system
Danfoss controls in new futuristic and green carrefour hypermarket in ParisInside the new impressive mall, Qwartz, at Villeneuve-la-Garenne in Paris, Carrefour, has opened a new hypermarket Danfoss technology secures that food are kept at the right temperature thanks to a CO2 transcritical refrigeration solution
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Case controlsYour refrigeration system is the natural place to look for energy efficiency gains. To unlock that potential, you need a controller, expansion valve, and high accuracy sensors that are smart enough to make the technology work together—and a system manager that can help you see and control the bigger picture.
Supermarket refrigeration, heating, air conditioning, and ventilation work best as an integrated solution. Here’s why.When you stop and think about it, it’s a little strange that supermarkets usually pay to heat their premises and water while their refrigeration system works overtime to move heat energy outside.