Digital Displacement® for industrial hydraulics

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We are experts in digital industrial hydraulics

These intelligent, digital controls mean a digitally-enabled machine is highly controllable and extremely efficient. The net result is:

  • Radically lower energy losses (typically less than a third of swashplate machines)
  • Dramatically faster response (typically ten times faster)
  • Reduction of annoying, high-frequency noise

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Case stories

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    Kovaco Electric MiniZ

    European manufacturer Kovaco has a strong track record of developing products that push the limits of technology, efficiency and environmental performance. The company’s Kovaco Electric division provides sustainable solutions for the future, offering environmentally-friendly and cost-efficient products with high safety levels.

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    3ME Technology removing diesel and improving safety in underground mining

    The mining industry is increasingly turning to commercial vehicle electrification solutions for the machinery used during operations because of the performance and safety benefits they offer

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    Pioneering Intelligence - Digital Displacement® hydraulic pumps

    Active damping case story - improving control in off-highway and material handling machines

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    Traditional Hydraulics. The time for change has arrived

    Suitable for diesel, hybrid or electric machines this unique fully patented technology has been in development for over a decade and can be easily integrated into all standard machines.

    Traditional hydraulic systems in today’s excavators are notoriously inefficient, wasting as much as 70 percent of the engine’s power before it reaches the bucket.

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    A Perfect Match

    The switch of construction equipment to electrification is nowadays predominantly driven by regional zero emission regulations put in place by local governments. At the same time, there is an ever-increasing interest and commitment from key market players to move towards low and preferably zero emission solutions. However, the challenges in mass adopting the existing solutions are the large capital investment in batteries, the charging infrastructure and the limited operating range. 


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    Reducing cost and increasing output for injection molding machines

    The global injection molding market is ever-expanding and increasingly competitive – producing everything from fast cycle, high volume items such as bottle preforms, to high precision items such as mobile phone components.


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    Danfoss receives planning approval for new UK Low-Carbon Innovation Center
    Wednesday, July 7, 2021

    Located in Edinburgh’s Shawfair Business Park, the £25 million Low-Carbon Innovation Center will be the first Danfoss building in the world to be operationally carbon-neutral. Danfoss teams will work on next-generation, climate-friendly technologies in hydraulics, digitalization and electrification.

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    Zero-emission construction with Danfoss Editron and Digital Displacement®
    Friday, May 14, 2021

    By combining Danfoss Editron's industry-leading electric drivetrain systems with our innovative Digital Displacement® pump technology, we make electrification a commercially viable option for construction machinery and help the industry significantly reduce its CO2 emissions footprint.

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    Digital Displacement paves the way for an off-highway revolution
    Thursday, November 5, 2020

    From lab to market: Danfoss Digital Displacement technology is now being launched to cut fuel consumption in excavators by staggering numbers. This will have a global impact as we can save 40 million tons of CO2 – the energy use of 4.6 million homes for one year – by reducing waste heat in excavators.

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