Evaporator and room control

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Evaporator controls for a variety of refrigerants and operating ranges

Danfoss offers a range of evaporator controls with thermostatic expansion valves or with electric expansion valves. The valves can be used for a variety of refrigerants and operating ranges suited for food retail applications.

The evaporator controls with thermostatic expansion valves are designed to ensure precise control of the injection of refrigerant liquid into the evaporators to ensure optimum performance and low energy consumption.

The evaporator controls from Danfoss have functions for regulating/monitoring temperature, defrosting, doors, rail heating, light and fan operation.

With remote communication as a part of ADAP-KOOL® refrigeration control system, evaporator controls comprise monitoring and control of display cases and cold rooms including alarm monitoring.

The Danfoss electric expansion valves enable adaptive, automatic refrigeration control with no manual setting required. This provides additional energy savings.

Features and benefits

High food safety and food quality due to constant temperature and alarm management

Substantial energy savings

High pressure tolerance and working pressure

Compact design, low weight

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Achieve best-in-class energy efficiency and food safety

Product range


Type Name Language Valid for Updated Download File type
Brochure ADAP-KOOL Evaporator Controllers English Multiple 26 May, 2021 2.8 MB .pdf
Fact sheet AK-CC55 case controller compatibility English Multiple 02 Jun, 2021 3.8 MB .pdf
Article Selecting the right evaporator injection algorithm – Article English Multiple 25 Feb, 2019 697.6 KB .pdf
White paper The secret behind Danfoss adaptive defrost - Whitepaper English Multiple 04 May, 2020 694.7 KB .pdf


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