Congratulations to Danfoss for winning the 2017 AHR EXPO Innovation Awards’ Building Automation category for its Enterprise Services for System Performance Measurement.
Designed specifically for food retail applications, Danfoss Enterprise Services is a cloud-based service delivery platform that collects a range of data points from connected devices to provide powerful insight into nearly every aspect of HVACR operations, energy management and usage, benchmarking, and safety. Danfoss Enterprise Services provides real-time, actionable information that enables store management to make fast decisions which translate to notable savings, with modules (available à la carte or in structured bundles) to monitor an array of parameters, including alarm management, compressor status, leak detection and refrigerant levels. Functions including password lockdown, global setpoint control, and HACCP, TQI and executive reporting further streamline store operations management. Services such as energy information benchmarking, a continuous commissioning process, demand response and remote assist promote maximized energy efficiency and savings, while helping to troubleshoot and adjust overall HVACR system functions.
Learn more about Enterprise Services here.
Danfoss also won the 2017 AHR EXPO Innovation Awards’ Refrigeration category for its CTM (Electrical Controlled Transcritical Multi Ejector).
The Danfoss CTM is an electrically controlled multi-ejector designed specifically for the warm climate operation of transcritical CO 2 systems in food retail applications. Capable of recovering energy while controlling the high pressure of the transcritical application, the CTM ejector delivers value to the application through significant (20 percent or greater) improvements in energy efficiency. This is achieved by employing energy recovered from the gas cooler and transferring it to increase the pressure of gas being compressed by parallel compressors, thus reducing overall compressor load. As the first commercially viable solution engineered to overcome energy penalties associated with operating transcritical CO 2 systems in high ambient temperatures, the CTM ejector also eliminates need for redundant, cascade refrigeration systems. In cooler and more temperate climates, it can deliver even further energy saving benefits, with ejectors that create a low pressure at high velocities to optimize operational efficiency in a wide range of load conditions.
Learn more about the CTM Multi-Ejector here.