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Danfoss AK-RC 251 Optyma™ Control Improves Efficiency and Reduces Installation Time

Designed with new and existing and systems in mind, the AK-RC 251 Optyma™ Control electronic controller eliminates the need for mechanical thermostats in cooling applications along with defrost timers in freezer applications. The Danfoss AK-RC 251 Optyma™ Control can control compressors, solenoids, fans, lights, crankcase heaters, and up to two defrosts. The Optyma™ Control features a weatherproof enclosure and is compatible with standard 3⁄4 inch fittings. Easy to wire and quick to mount, this temperature… Read More

Danfoss Names New Sales Manager to Support Hydronic Heating Business

Danfoss, a leading manufacturer of high-efficiency electronic and mechanical components and controls for air-conditioning, heating, refrigeration, industrial, and water systems, has appointed Robert Gillis as Key Account Manager for its hydronic heating business in North America. Robert Gillis Specifically, he will focus on supporting the growth of hydronic heating applications within the Northeast United States and Eastern Canada through Danfoss’ robust line of hydronic comfort controls, including valves, actuators, sensors, and controllers, and AB-QM™ pressure… Read More

Innovative Danfoss Turbocor High-SST Capabilities Bring the Benefits of Oil-free to New, Higher-temperature Data Centers

Danfoss has expanded the capabilities of Turbocor® compressors TTS and TGS with a higher saturated suction temperature (SST) operating range — helping OEMs bring the benefits of oil-free technology to data centers operating at higher temperatures. Allowances for data center cooling temperatures have risen steadily in recent years, thanks to new server technology allowing them to operate at higher space temperatures — giving operators greater flexibility to benefit from lower power, infrastructure, and operating costs. Read More

Danfoss Decarbonizes by Building Green Data Centers

Next year, Danfoss headquarters in Nordborg, Denmark, will be CO2 neutral. And, in 2024, by utilizing excess heat, Danfoss™ own data centers will provide 25 percent of the headquarters™ heating need. The digital transformation and green transition go hand in hand. In response to the exponential growth of data-center energy consumption, Danfoss decided to build data centers that will be an example for future climate-friendly designs. Danfoss has the technologies to cool data centers in… Read More

New Danfoss Plate Heat Exchanger Seals the Deal on Reliability

Danfoss is proud to introduce a new series of semi-welded plate heat exchangers that have been specifically designed, crafted, and tested to fit ammonia-based industrial refrigeration applications. The SW19-59 range of semi-welded plate heat exchangers adds one more option to the broad portfolio of Danfoss industrial refrigeration solutions. When it comes to industrial refrigeration applications, operational safety is essential. The new line of semi-welded plate heat exchangers from Danfoss can help industrial refrigeration professionals achieve… Read More

Danfoss Launches Contractor-Focused Webinar Series: Five Steps to Your Perfect Workday

Danfoss experts have created a series of five webinars that will provide tools to help contractors overcome typical jobsite challenges. The live webinars are free to attend and will be given in English and Spanish. Topics include: Quick Steps to Ensure Compressor Health | May 20, 2020, 2pm EST (English); May 21, 2020, 2pm EST (Spanish) Focus on observations and measurements that identify and troubleshoot key parameters that affect compressor life expectancy and performance. A… Read More