Sustainable, low applied costs with a short payback time.
Heat pumps, are essential to the modern heating and cooling of residential and commercial spaces. Using existing external energy sources like brine, water, and air for heating, cooling, and heat recovery makes heat pumps a highly efficient way to decarbonize the cooling and heating sector, including in renovation projects. We offer innovative solutions for many different types of heat pumps.
Features and benefits
All you need in one place, delivered by highly experienced air conditioning experts
Low energy consumption
Optimized for environmentally friendly, low GWP refrigerants
Reduced applied costs, short payback times and easy service
Dedicated technical and customer service around the world
Eco labelling options
NRV refrigeration check valves
NRV and NRVH can be used in liquid, suction and hot gas lines in refrigeration and air conditioning plants with fluorinated refrigerants. NRV and NRVH can be supplied with flare and solder connections. They are also available with oversize solder connections providing flexibility in the use of check valves.
ETS electric expansion valves
ETS is a series of electric expansion valves for precise liquid injection in evaporators for air conditioning and refrigeration applications. The valve piston and linear positioning design is fully balanced, providing bi-flow feature as well as solenoid tight shut-off function in both flow directions. ETS valves are compatible with electronic control solutions from Danfoss and other manufacturers.
World-first micro-channel heat exchanger optimized for low-density refrigerantsFriday, 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.
Danfoss marks another year of Turbocor® oil-free innovationFriday, December 18, 2020
Danfoss is celebrating a year of continuous innovation for its pioneering Turbocor® range of oil-free compressors—improving its support for chillers and heat pumps alike—further expanding the number of applications that can benefit from oil-free technology.