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 whitepaper, videos, and on-demand webinars; and our CoolTools enable you to find the right solutions in the field.

Our 3rd Annual Refrigerant Week took place September 16-20. Read our quick wrap-up article for a breakdown of everything that happened and easy access to all our new resources. 

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

  • Variable-speed VZH compressor management
    Danfoss revamps medium and large programmable controls and introduces variable-speed VZH compressor management
    Wednesday, September 23, 2020

    Danfoss has upgraded its MCX15B and MCX20B controllers with the introduction of the MCX15B2 and MCX20B2 controllers. Both models combine best-in-class connectivity, security, and performance with improved compressor control logic for VZH inverter scroll compressors.

  • Efficient new 450-ton Turbocor® VTX is Danfoss’s largest oil-free compressor yet
    Monday, August 10, 2020

    Danfoss has announced the launch of its highest-capacity oil-free compressor yet—bringing the benefits of Danfoss Turbocor® magnetic bearing technology to larger water-cooled chillers.

  • 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.