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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Refrigerants with low GWP

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Refrigerant trends

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  • Full Danfoss portfolio of valves and line components ready for R454C, R455A, and R1234yf
    Full Danfoss portfolio of valves and line components ready for R454C, R455A, and R1234yf
    Friday, October 30, 2020
    The entire Danfoss portfolio of refrigeration components is now qualified for three A2L ultra-low GWP refrigerants: R454C, R455A, and R1234yf. This complements the previous qualification of the T2/TE expansion valves in July 2020.
  • Electronic stepper motor valves
    Danfoss releases long-lasting, reliable backup power module for electronic stepper motor valves
    Monday, July 13, 2020
    Danfoss has just released its EKE 2U backup power module for applications such as chillers, heat pumps, cold room, CRAC, and food retail—making it easier than ever to protect the compressor in the event of a power outage.
  • T2/TE2 expansion valves complete qualification for R454C, R455A and R1234yf
    T2/TE2 expansion valves complete qualification for R454C, R455A and R1234yf
    Thursday, July 9, 2020
    Two of the HVACR industry’s most trusted components, the Danfoss T2 and TE2 thermostatic expansion valves, have completed the rigorous qualification process for three A2L-ultra-low GWP refrigerants: R454C, R455A and R1234yf.