Refrigerants from a Danfoss Perspective

  • Intelligent solutions, combining high energy efficiency and low-GWP refrigerants, both natural and synthetic, are the road to sustainable refrigeration and air conditioning.

    Danfoss takes a proactive approach to further the development and use of low-GWP refrigerants to help abate global warming and to ensure the competitiveness of the industry.

    Danfoss invests in development of products for low-GWP refrigerants, to fulfil customers’ needs for practical, safe and energy efficient solutions. Our product portfolio already offers a full programme of control components for CO2, ammonia and hydrocarbons.

    According to the International Institute of Refrigeration, refrigeration technology and air conditioning take up about 15 % of the electricity consumption worldwide, making the quest for energy efficient solutions ever more relevant. The Danfoss product range is constantly developed to offer state-of-the-art energy efficiency in every component, from compressors to heat exchangers and everything in between.

    Obtaining sustainable solutions is a fine balance between affordability, safety and environmental concerns. Based on our long-standing, sustainable mindset and our dedication to pioneering new technologies, we consciously frontier new developments.


  • Refrigerants from a Danfoss Perspective 1 - Why Refrigerants?

    Watch this video to get a quick review of the history and development of refrigerants, what refrigerants are available today and how they fit in the market’s applications.

  • Refrigerants from a Danfoss Perspective 3 - Availability of Refrigerants

    Watch this video to get an overview of the phase-out and phase-down of high GWP and ozone-depleting refrigerants. And take the next step to find alternative refrigerants that will suit your application.

  • Refrigerants from a Danfoss Perspective 4 - Standards and How to Ensure Safety

    Watch this video to get a brief introduction to the safety standards that apply to the refrigeration industry. Increased risks of toxicity and flammability come with the new types of natural refrigerants and the understanding of safety standards has never been more important.

  • Refrigerants from a Danfoss Perspective 5 - Components for Low GWP Refrigerants

    Watch this video to get a brief introduction to the components available for solutions using low GWP refrigerants such as CO2, ammonia and hydrocarbons. Danfoss is leading the development of low GWP components and can provide what you need for your next solution.

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