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

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    Intelligent drives improve HVAC safety with automated system check
    Friday, January 7, 2022

    Healthy HVAC systems are essential for health, wellbeing, and safety of building occupants. So, it’s good to know that intelligent drives from Danfoss continuously monitor the complete installation for readiness and optimal functionality. This process includes a complete test performed by the drive, including test of the cable installation, service switch, and motor. This very important functionality in the fire ventilation system ensures a safe escape for personnel and protects inventory too.

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    Will we see you at Europort 2021?
    Tuesday, October 5, 2021

    We are all looking forward to the possibility of meeting you live at Europort 2021, November 2-5th in Ahoy Rotterdam.

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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.