Climate Solutions

For more than 80 years, Danfoss has been pushing the boundaries of climate and energy technologies. By combining our expertise and portfolio within heating and cooling into Danfoss Climate Solutions, we will be able to serve our customers even better.

With the increasing urbanization and a global focus on the green transition, Danfoss Climate Solutions can provide the integrated energy-efficient heating and cooling solutions needed to meet the world’s climate targets.

Building on our advanced components, systems and software using proven technology we engineer tomorrow's solutions for industry, the built environment and the entire food chain.

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News from Danfoss Climate Solutions

  • New Turbocor® High-SST capabilities bring the benefits of oil-free to new, higher-temperature data centers
    New Turbocor® High-SST capabilities bring the benefits of oil-free to new, higher-temperature data centers
    Thursday, February 18, 2021
    Danfoss has expanded the capabilities for Turbocor® compressors TTS and TGS with higher saturated suction temperature (SST) operating range—helping OEMs to bring the benefits of oil-free technology to data centers operating at higher space temperatures.
  • Compact EET thermostats
    Compact EET thermostats give commercial refrigeration OEMs a fast route to digital control
    Friday, January 29, 2021
    Danfoss has recently unveiled a new series of powerful electronic thermostats that give commercial refrigeration manufacturers a fast, cost-effective way to include digital capabilities like energy-saving intelligent controls, smart system protection, and connectivity to the cloud.
  • Danfoss Climate Solutions - A combination of Heating and Cooling segments
    Danfoss forms new Climate Solutions Segment
    Friday, January 1, 2021
    Danfoss has changed its group structure to combine the Heating and Cooling segments into Danfoss Climate Solutions. With the new Climate Solutions segment, Danfoss will intensify its focus on the green agenda in attractive global markets.