Best quality components for any RTU application
The constant innovation in rooftop unit (RTU) design is driven by new demands for higher energy efficiency and local regulations. Lower operating costs or standards such as LEED, include requirements for new, low GWP refrigerants, and create the need for products to support these changes in RTU designs.
Danfoss has extensive experience in solutions for RTUs, used in commercial air conditioning systems. Our range of components comprises some of the most reliable and best quality components for any RTU application to meet the specific demands of energy efficiency, reliability and cost.
Our wide product portfolio makes selections for complete units easy and efficient. We invite you to browse through our offering from metering devices to compressors, inverter technology, control valves and filter driers and the like.
Features and benefits
All you need in one place, delivered by highly experienced air conditioning experts
High energy efficiency
Optimized for environmentally friendly, low GWP refrigerants
Reduced applied costs and short payback times
Dedicated technical and customer service around the world
Eco labelling options
Humidity control and energy efficiency in buildings and colleges
X-DRY units combine VSH compressors and modulating gas reheat and achieves a 12:1 turndown ratio to support dehumidification and energy savings in a US college.
Micro channel heat exchangers
Save time and money with MCHE standard products. The introduction of micro channel heat exchanger condensers, which combine resource and energy efficiency with minimal use of refrigerants, is enabling the development of leaner, greener solutions. Select one of our standard products and you can buy any quantity of condensers, any time, large or small, directly from stock.
VLT® Micro Drives help Vermont small businesses boost efficiency for rooftop HVAC
VFDs are used for a wide range of motors, not just RTU fan motors. Danfoss was able to pre-program the VLT® Micro Drive specifically for RTU applications and offer it to contractors. Because the programming work is done upfront, the contractor simply mounts the drive inside the RTU, wires it up, and enters the nameplate installation. Most mechanical contractors can do the job in about half a day.