Danfoss Refrigerant Transition Center

Accelerate the refrigerant transition and turn down climate impact

This page is packed with helpful tools and information that help you navigate the shift to more sustainable refrigerants. Our CoolSchool helps you learn all you need to know about new refrigerants and the regulations around them with whitepapers, videos, and on-demand webinars; and our CoolTools enable you to find the right solutions in the field.

Resources for the refrigerant transition

Danfoss solutions for low-GWP refrigerants - Bringing the refrigerant transition down to earth

A wide portfolio for lower GWP refrigerants

Our portfolio for low-GWP refrigerants is continuously expanding. Take a deep dive in this brochure and contact Danfoss for more information.

News

  • 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.

  • World-first heat exchanger optimized for low-density refrigerants
    World-first micro-channel heat exchanger optimized for low-density refrigerants
    Friday, 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.

  • 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.