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Optimal indoor comfort in your office or commercial building

Every person working in an office building should be provided with optimal indoor comfort. The more comfortable a person is, the higher their productivity and the lower the sick leave percentage. At the same time, it is also important to keep costs under control. With an average of 50% share in the energy costs, HVAC systems are required to provide the highest level of comfort at the lowest possible operation costs. 

Danfoss HVAC solutions can help you. We offer an extended range of products and solutions for the production, distribution, hydronic balancing and temperature control of heating, cooling and domestic hot water systems.

With years of experience in assisting building investors, consulting engineers, facility managers and technical staff, we have proven that reliability, energy efficiency and cost savings can be achieved at the same time.

Danfoss’ HVAC solutions for offices can be used in renovation or new-build projects, are easy to install and can achieve significant savings on the energy bill.

How we can help you

Indoor comfort with accurate temperature control

Increased employee production due to work environment satisfaction

Reliable water supply for heating, cooling and domestic hot water

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

Perfect control of HVAC system at Katowice Business Centre

This video shows a case story on how the HVAC system of Katowice Business Centre in Poland has been optimized by replacing traditional on/off actuators with new NovoCon® digital actuators. 

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    The Verdict: Courthouse retrofit provides comfort, efficiency for occupants as well as a path to decarbonization

    When it began ‘raining’ in the Towson Court House a leaky roof was assumed to be the culprit, according to project leaders at the Maryland Department of General Services (DGS), the state’s property manager.  For Courtney League, DGS’ Chief of the Facilities Engineering Division, and Harry Hughes, Project Manager for Design, Construction and Energy, the truth turned out to be much stranger.

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    Outstanding HVAC flexibility after high-end office building renovation

    Building: Office
    Application: Hydronic balancing and remote control of 4-pipe heating/cooling change-over system
    Challenge: Ensure a flexible to use HVAC system with DGNB sustainability certification
    Solution: Digital NovoCon® actuator combined with AB-QM™ control valves and NovoCon® CO6 combined with ChangeOver6 as a combination balance the system hydronically, allow remote access via a BMS and control the room temperatures during both heating and cooling operation.

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    Engineering Tomorrow Builds Sustainable Heating System for Pennsylvania Forest Bureau

    Department of Conservation and Natural Resources conscientiously chooses low-energy, high-comfort solutions to heat the new Resource Management Center in Pennsylvania’s Buchanan State Forest district. Discover how Danfoss ESBE valves and actuators efficiently controlled the hydronic heating system.

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    Engineering Tomorrow makes winter safer for city of Buffalo

    According to the National Weather Service, a series of lake effect events and clipper-type systems dumped 112 inches of snow on Buffalo, New York, in the winter of 2014-15. In an area accustomed to harsh winters, this was still unusual—about 18 inches above normal. But even this impressive amount of snow was no match for the Danfoss snow melt system installed at Canalside, the heart of Buffalo’s waterfront revitalization.

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    HVAC control at Katowice business centre, Poland

    Katowice Business Centre is a modern office building where Danfoss hydronic balancing solutions are used; AB-QM™ balancing and control valves in combination with revolutionary NovoCon® actuators.

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    Energy comfort in Prime Tower, Zurich, Switzerland

    The Prime Tower in Zurich is a building of many records. With its 126 meters it is the tallest building in Switzerland with 36 floors and 40,000 square meters accommodating mostly offices. And with its more than 6,000 AB-QM valves it is also one of the biggest heating and cooling installations ever designed and installed by Danfoss.