Refrigerants and energy efficiency

Refrigerants in the HVACR industry

New and evolving regulations on refrigerants can make it a challenge to stay up-to-date on current trends and cause uncertainty. Danfoss is committed to providing you with the best and latest information, so you make confident decisions about the refrigerants you use with our products and in HVACR applications.

Get a complete overview of the refrigerants landscape, and learn about the various regulations and their impact on the industry. Take a deep dive into our white paper, download useful digital tools, and get the latest information on our portfolio of products that are qualified for use with alternative refrigerants.

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    New models, capabilities and applications expand Danfoss ETS range of electric expansion valves
    Wednesday, September 22, 2021

    Danfoss has further extended the options for OEMs to use electric expansion valves (EEVs) in both large and small applications, with new models and refrigerant qualifications—plus new capabilities for the world’s smallest EEV.

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    Danfoss multi-refrigerant, A2L-ready condensing units for ultra-low GWP installations
    Wednesday, 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.

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    New Optyma™ Control upgrade helps installers deliver more efficient, connected cold rooms
    Thursday, December 3, 2020

    Danfoss has unveiled an upgraded version of its popular Optyma™ cold room controller that adds new efficiency features and connectivity for self-contained rooms, remote condensing units and rack systems alike.