Digital Displacement® pumps

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Experience the power of digital hydraulics

The Danfoss Digital Displacement® Pump is the only digitally controlled pump for the hydraulic machinery industry.

The pump controller activates each piston individually, making the pump displacement electronically variable and resulting in fast, accurate flow control.

The unique radial pump design provides unmatched full and part load efficiency. Additionally, superior controllability is achieved with the fastest response time on the market and multiple independent outlets in a compact package.

Features and benefits

OEMs

  • Unlock unrivalled system efficiencies with short payback period
  • Make CO2 reduction goals achievable and keep one step ahead of your competition
  • A compact & versatile solution with multiple software controllable outlets
  • Digital control enables easy performance monitoring and diagnostics

Operators

  • Tackle Total Cost of Ownership and energy bill challenges
  • Reduce cycle times, increase productivity
  • Superior machine handling with precise control
  • Limit emissions and high-frequency noise

Documents

Documents
Type Name Language Valid for Updated Download File type
Data sheet Digital Displacement DDP096 pump and DPC12 controller Data Sheet English Multiple 09 Jan, 2024 2.6 MB .pdf
User guide Digital Displacement DDP096 pump and DPC12 controller Technical Information English Multiple 25 Oct, 2023 11.1 MB .pdf
Service guide Digital Displacement® Pump DDP096 Parts Manual English Multiple 06 Apr, 2022 6.2 MB .pdf
Service guide Digital Displacement® Pump DDP096 Service Manual English Multiple 06 Apr, 2022 7.1 MB .pdf
User guide Digital Displacement® Pump Software Manual (Version 2.10.x) English Multiple 03 Nov, 2023 2.3 MB .pdf
User guide Digital Displacement® Pump Software Manual (Version 2.7.1) English Multiple 01 Apr, 2022 3.0 MB .pdf
User guide Digital Displacement® Pump Software Manual (Version 2.8.1) English Multiple 03 Nov, 2022 2.3 MB .pdf

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Case stories

News

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    Danfoss Power Solutions awarded £4.9 million grant to accelerate decarbonization of excavators
    Thursday, September 14, 2023

    The grant is from the U.K. Government’s Department for Energy Security & Net Zero through the Red Diesel Replacement Phase 2 Competition, which provides funding for projects developing low-carbon alternatives to red diesel for the construction, mining, and quarrying sectors. Danfoss will use the funds to validate its Dextreme Max system in a 30-ton electric excavator, which it expects will reduce energy consumption by 50%.

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    Danfoss Power Solutions launches Dextreme systems pathway to increase excavator efficiency and productivity
    Tuesday, March 28, 2023

    Dextreme systems improve excavator energy efficiency by 15% to 50%, regardless of the power source, while maximizing productivity. The Dextreme pathway consists of three incremental system solutions: Swap, Flex, and Max. The simplest configuration of the system, Dextreme Swap, is now available.

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    Field trial of new Danfoss Dextreme system in Volvo excavators expected to show greater productivity, reduction in fuel use
    Tuesday, March 14, 2023

    U.K.-based building materials supplier Ashcourt Group to compare performance of three excavators fitted with Dextreme Swap system to standard excavators