Efficient and reliable solutions for air conditioning and heating systems
Danfoss offers a range of solutions for air conditioning and heating systems. Whether it's for rooftops and chillers, light commercial or industrial applications, we always maintain a keen focus on delivering enhanced comfort, efficient and accurate cooling in critical areas, and true sustainability. Danfoss solutions for air conditioning and heating are designed to meet a wide range of building and application regulations, while optimizing applied, running, and maintenance costs.
Danfoss supports systems designed for efficiency, performance, and for the use of alternative refrigerants. Our solutions are designed for light commercial, commercial and industrial HVAC applications such as rooftop units, chillers, process cooling, packaged units, VRF, and heat pumps.
Your source for HVAC systems
With the most extensive portfolio for HVAC systems, we offer a powerful combination of expertise and flexibility that can help enhance your system design and optimize total cost of ownership.
Features and benefits
Maximize efficiencies and reduce maintenance costs with flexible technology options
Meet various building and climate needs with an extensive range of HVAC solutions
Meet regulations and lower your carbon footprint with future-proof refrigerant options
Reduce development time with unique application expertise and Application Development Center capabilities
Compact and low sound-level solutions for use even in residential areas
Reliability and Consistency Make Danfoss VFD's a Sure Bet in Las Vegas
For the mechanical systems that manage the indoor environment in this desert city, consistency and simplicity are desirable traits. Owners of casino hotels and restaurants that operate around-the-clock require HVAC equipment that is reliable and easy to operate and maintain.
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.
Engineering Tomorrow doubles new DOAS efficiency
Improving indoor air quality by increasing the amount of outdoor air (OA) entering a building is necessary in many facilities. Depending on occupant density, some buildings may require 20 cubic feet per minute (CFM) of outdoor air per person, a volume of air that can increase air-conditioning costs.
Engineering Tomorrow revolutionizes data center energy usage
A lynchpin of our modern economy, data centers demand the highest levels of security, reliability, and uptime. Server rooms power small- to medium-sized businesses, enterprise data centers support major corporations, and server farms host cloud computing services. Keeping up with the explosive growth of digital content, big data, e-commerce, and Internet traffic is making data centers one of the fastest growing consumers of electricity in developed countries.
The path and potential of part-load efficiency
Inside a building, heat is generated by people, processes, equipment, and lighting - factors that constitute the internal load. Outside, the climate and thermal performance of the building’s exterior - including the amount of insulation, number of windows, and whether the building is north or south facing - comprise the external load.