It’s time to accelerate the green transition
Danfoss Climate Solutions is on a mission to lead the way to a greener future, providing integrated, energy-efficient heating and cooling solutions to enable sustainable development in buildings, cold chains, industrial applications, and infrastructure. Backed by our advanced components, systems, and software, we are actively engineering tomorrow’s HVACR technology with a focus on:
Energy-efficient solutions for a sustainable future
As your technology partner in the sustainable transformation, we help you achieve greater energy efficiency with innovative, reliable solutions—so you can do more with less.
World-class expertise anchored in local knowhow
Our engineers and experts around the world have deep application knowledge, insights, and support to share with you—along with frontline knowledge of local and global legislation.
Integrated solutions for optimized HVACR systems
Build smart, connected, and optimized HVACR systems with our comprehensive portfolio of solutions. We are driven by future-proof innovation to provide integrated solutions.
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News from Danfoss Climate Solutions
Danfoss House paves the way for the housing of the futureThursday, May 13, 2021
The new Danfoss House will be ready in 2023, and will serve both as a housing construction as well as testing and demonstration center for Danfoss’s energy-efficient technologies. The ambition is to achieve the highest sustainability certification for an ordinary residential building in brick and concrete.
Danfoss multi-refrigerant, A2L-ready condensing units for ultra-low GWP installationsWednesday, May 12, 2021
The release of the new Optyma™ condensing units and MTZ/NTZ compressors—following the qualification of valves and line components in 2020—means Danfoss has the widest portfolio of A2L-ready refrigeration solutions compatible with R1234yf, R454C, and R455A refrigerants.
World-first micro-channel heat exchanger optimized for low-density refrigerantsFriday, April 30, 2021
The new, world-first technology solves a key design challenge for OEMs transitioning to ultra-low GWP refrigerants such as R1234ze and R515B—especially in large air-cooled chillers using screw and centrifugal compression.