Case and cold room solutions
Accurate temperature and operation control of display cases and cold rooms are vital for high-quality and safe food products. You have several options to achieve optimum operating conditions of display cases and cold rooms. You can choose either remote control, i.e. connected to a separate compressor rack/pack and condenser, or you can opt for a self-contained unit, where the entire system including compressor and condenser is housed in the unit.
No matter what solution you prefer, Danfoss provides all you need in terms of components and application expertise.
Features and benefits
Innovative solutions to improve energy efficiency
Low installation and operating costs thanks to long lifetime components and advanced communications capabilities
Unsurpassed expertise with natural refrigerants to achieve safe and efficient solutions
Field- and electronically-delivered services partnering with end-users to deliver projects that save energy and maintenance costs
Food safety through controllers equipped with HACCP reporting capabilities to track and improve performance
The full range of Evaporator Controls from ADAP-KOOL®
ADAP-KOOL® case controllers offer highly efficient adaptive routines for each cabinet and cold room installation guaranteeing significant energy savings and early warning alarms to avoid potential food loss.
AKV electric expansion valves
AKV are electrically operated expansion valves designed for refrigerating plants. The AKV valves are normally controlled by a controller from Danfoss’ range of ADAP-KOOL® controllers.
Brazed plate heat exchangers for refrigeration
Our traditional BPHEs enable cost-effective, well-proven solutions that save space, refrigerant and energy across a wide range of applications. Compact design Low fouling High corrosion resistance Easy to service CE certified according to (PED) 97/23/EC Available with UL approval.
Compressor and condenser controllers
Danfoss offers a range of compressor and condenser capacity controls for use in food retail, in compact systems as well as in large power packs.
Compressors for refrigeration
Danfoss focuses on providing energy efficient, sustainable and smart refrigeration compressors for a varied range of commercial applications such as cold rooms, display windows, ice making machines, glass door merchandizers, process cooling etc. Their qualification with lower GWP refrigerants make them compliant with refrigerant regulations such as F-Gas in Europe.
Optyma™ commercial refrigeration condensing units are the optimized combination of efficiency, reliability, easy installation and sound performance in application such as milk cooling tanks, cold rooms, fermentation rooms, canteens, restaurants, hospitals.
Russia’s first transcritical CO₂ hypermarket
In Voskresensk, Russian retailer Magnit has opened the first hypermarket in Russia using a transcritical booster refrigeration system with carbon dioxide (CO₂) — an eco-friendly and natural refrigerant.
Engineering a cool supermarket with Danfoss technology
As part of the luxury shopping mall Paseo La Galeria, Danfoss has supplied a refrigeration control system for the supermarket “Superseis”, and systems management for better energy efficiency in the food refrigeration application.
Smart store brought to life at Irish service stations
With 230 service stations around the country, Maxol Group is the leading family-owned oil company in Ireland. Beginning in 2014, Maxol stations underwent a transformation that placed increased focus on the customer experience, offering high-end snack products and convenience shopping to people on the-go. During this transformation, Maxol wanted to upgrade refrigeration, lighting and HVAC to support store ambience, ensure food safety and save on energy bills.
Italy's largest hypermarket opts for CO₂ refrigeration
The use of transcritical CO₂ refrigeration in warm climates has been a hot topic for many years. In Milan, the 10,000 m2 brand new Iper market is a pioneer in transcritical CO₂ refrigeration systems using ejector technology to enhance efficiency in temperatures up to 38 °C.
A case study on ejector efficiency based on four test sites
The F-gas regulation in Europe and similar legislation in other parts of the world push for low-GWP solutions in food retail refrigeration. CO₂ is proving to be one of the most efficient low-GWP refrigerants thanks to the unique properties of the gas combined with technological discoveries that pave the way for optimum utilization of these properties.
CO₂ energy efficiency in supermarkets
Interest in carbon dioxide (CO₂) as a refrigerant in food retail applications has never been more intense than it is today and as such, there has been a lot of discussion with regards to the energy efficiency of these systems. The energy discussion is focused on two factors: climate change performance and financial justification.