Danfoss components and systems ensure worldwide a convenient and energy-efficient heat supply in buildings. The range includes preset thermostatic valves for individual control of the room temperature and regulating valves for hydraulic balancing, as well as dwelling stations with fresh water systems for hygienically safe DHW heating.
Danfoss GmbH is the German sales company of the Danish Danfoss Group founded in 1933. The group employs 23,400 people worldwide in 61 factories and more than 100 sales companies, which generated a turnover of € 5.1 billion in 2015. The company is privately owned.
Doing More with Less
Danfoss develops, produces and distributes products and systems for the efficient use of energy in heating, cooling, district heating and drive technology. With the slogan “Engineering Tomorrow”, Danfoss focuses on maximum performance with minimum energy consumption in order to minimize the environmental impact.
Target Markets and Topics
The company's geographical focus is primarily on the USA, China and Central Europe. The key subjects are concepts and solutions for a sustainable and efficient infrastructure, food and energy supply, and support for global climate protection goals.
Products and Services
The Danfoss product range includes hydraulic drives for efficient machines in the construction, agriculture and transport industries, components and systems for sustainable energy supply through cogeneration as well as local and district heating, control valves for efficient energy use in heating, cooling and air-conditioning technology and frequency converters for demand-oriented speed control of electric motors.
Comfort and Efficiency
Danfoss also offers dwelling stations with fresh water systems for hygienically safe decentralized DHW heating in addition to preset thermostatic valves for individual setting and control of the room temperature and string control valves for hydraulic balancing.
For New Construction and Renovation
EvoFlat™ Heating systems with dwelling stations can be operated with all available heat sources. Compared to conventional systems they need only three (heating supply and return water pipes as well as cold water) instead of the usual five supply pipes. The potable water is heated decentrally in every apartment and on demand only, so there is no need for hot water and circulation pipes, nor for the regular legionella tests, which are mandatory for rented apartments.