Efficient and reliable solutions for air conditioning and heating systems
Danfoss offers a range of solutions for air conditioning and heating systems. Whether it's for rooftops and chillers, light commercial or industrial applications, we always maintain a keen focus on delivering enhanced comfort, efficient and accurate cooling in critical areas, and true sustainability. Danfoss solutions for air conditioning and heating are designed to meet a wide range of building and application regulations, while optimizing applied, running, and maintenance costs.
Danfoss supports systems designed for efficiency, performance, and for the use of alternative refrigerants. Our solutions are designed for light commercial, commercial and industrial HVAC applications such as rooftop units, chillers, process cooling, packaged units, VRF, and heat pumps.
Your source for HVAC systems
With the most extensive portfolio for HVAC systems, we offer a powerful combination of expertise and flexibility that can help enhance your system design and optimize total cost of ownership.
Features and benefits
Maximize efficiencies and reduce maintenance costs with flexible technology options
Meet various building and climate needs with an extensive range of HVAC solutions
Meet regulations and lower your carbon footprint with future-proof refrigerant options
Reduce development time with unique application expertise and Application Development Center capabilities
Compact and low sound-level solutions for use even in residential areas
Variable Speed fan and modular chillers
Is variable fan speed the answer to part-load efficiency in modular air-cooled chillers and heat pumps? Read this article based on lab tests
Oil-free compressors maintain consistent performance over time
Danfoss conducted a study to see how long term operation affected performance on Danfoss Turbocor® compressors. The results showed that oil-free, magnetic bearing compressors maintained consistent performance even after 10+ years of operation.
Energy consumption is a key driver for building owners when it comes to chillers. Depending on the building size, type, and use, as well as the surrounding climate, you need different options for your chiller designs to provide the most value to your customers and differentiate yourselves in the market.
Refrigerants in the HVACR industry
New and evolving regulations on refrigerants can make it a challenge to stay up-to-date on current trends and cause uncertainty. Danfoss is committed to providing you with the best and latest information, so you make confident decisions about the refrigerants you use with our products and in HVACR applications.
Oil-free technology delivers 5-star energy savings at the Shanghai Xijiao Hotel
When the prestigious Shanghai Xijiao Hotel concluded that the energy efficiency of their chillers was seriously lacking, they decided to try an oil-free solution paired with two Danfoss Turbocor® Compressors.
The results were as remarkable as their world-class guest list.
Smart energy systems impact on supermarkets
The energy agenda globally shifts towards reduced and zero emission scenarios and a substantial part of future energy supply will be based on renewables. To establish resiliency around a fundamentally unstable energy production flexible consumption and storage is necessary. This is smart energy systems.
The path and potential of part-load efficiency
Inside a building, heat is generated by people, processes, equipment, and lighting - factors that constitute the internal load. Outside, the climate and thermal performance of the building’s exterior - including the amount of insulation, number of windows, and whether the building is north or south facing - comprise the external load.
Third-generation VZH scrolls bring further seasonal efficiency gainsMonday, May 27, 2019
Danfoss has boosted the part load performance and the operating map of its leading VZH variable speed scroll compressor range. The third-generation of commercial inverter scrolls VZH retain the strengths of the previous version, with the addition of the Intermediate Discharge Valve (IDV) technology for enhanced seasonal efficiency, and a wider operating map.