Suppliers of: Central Heating Controls, Heating Timeswitches, central heating Time Controls, Radiator Thermostats, Automatic Bypass Valve, Hot Water Control, Motorised Valves, heating controls Room Thermostats, Electronic Time Switch, Electronic room Programmers
Danfoss Ltd is firmly established as one of the leading suppliers of domestic and commercial heating controls, valves and energy systems. Its wide product range, covering the majority of system requirements, makes Danfoss the obvious choice when it comes to specifying domestic or commercial heating controls and systems.
Danfoss E-Learning: Danfoss now offers a range of e-learning modules which you are able to complete at your own convenience. Browse our course catalogue consisting of modules on our products and applications.
Our Main Products Include:
Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRV): Heating by means of radiators and control by Danfoss radiator thermostats is an energy saving, reliable, efficient and user-friendly heating system, which creates comfort individually from room to room. Danfoss radiator thermostats provide precise and energy-saving control of the heat consumption.
Time Controls: A comprehensive range of programmable and non-programmable time controls to suit all standard applications - Timeswitches, Programmers and Commercial Time Controls.
Electric and Electronic Room Thermostats: A range of dial setting room thermostats & programmable room thermostats to suit every application.
Electric & hydonic Underfloor Heating: Danfoss provides you with the optimum floor heating solutions. The Danfoss solutions rank among the best and most advanced in the world; combining years of experience with development and technical know-how.
Motorised Control Valves: A range of Motorised control Valves (MCV) for all domestic & commercial applications.
District Heating Systems:
Danfoss also specialise in the supply of District Energy products and self acting controls (SAC) to include:
HEX Plate Heat Exchangers: The Danfoss plate heat exchangers type XB and XG are designed especially for use with district heating systems. The concept offers a wide range of plate heat exchangers for heating, domestic hot-water and air conditioning, as well as district cooling systems.
Further technical information is available to download from the BPi download library or via the manufacturer’s own website.
These files are provided by the manufacturer. While Building Products Index takes every care to ensure the information is correct and up to date, we cannot be held liable for any out of date or incorrect information in them. Please check with the supplier before specifying or purchasing products.
1. Danfoss Commercial Product Selection Guide
Motorised Control Valves, Ultrasonic Energy Meters and Calculators, Commercial Radiator Valves.
Published [12/03/18]File size [9778 KB]
2. Danfoss Domestic Product Selection Guide
Thermostatic Radiator Valves, domestic radiator valves
Published [12/03/18]File size [10141 KB]
3. Danfoss Control Packs Part L
2013 Building Regulations: Part L
Published [12/03/18]File size [8049 KB]
Danfoss 120v04 Room Thermostat
room thermostat, a cylinder thermostat,
Published [07/10/14]File size [882 KB]
Danfoss 188v06 Set Time Controls
Published [07/10/14]File size [944 KB]
Danfoss 192v04 H-Series Motorised Valves
Published [07/10/14]File size [429 KB]
Danfoss 334v09 Time Controls
Time Controls With Optional Service Interval
Published [07/10/14]File size [492 KB]
Danfoss 580v04 Towel Rail Valves
Published [07/10/14]File size [864 KB]
Danfoss 582v06 Timeswitches, Mini-Programmers
Published [07/10/14]File size [928 KB]
Danfoss 606v03 Commercial & Industrial controls for boilers
Commercial and industrial controls for boiler control, lighting, bell-ringing and siren sounding applications
Published [07/10/14]File size [581 KB]
Danfoss 720v03 Flush Mounted Room Thermostat
Published [07/10/14]File size [1172 KB]
Danfoss 734v02 Programmable Room Thermostat
Programmable Room Thermostat with Hot Water Time Control
Published [07/10/14]File size [788 KB]
Danfoss Automatic Balancing Valve VBHRA302
Consistent hydronic control Continuous energy savings
Published [07/09/15]File size [713 KB]
Danfoss CF2 System 2-Way Wireless Floor Heating Control
CF2 System 2-Way Wireless Floor Heating Control System
Published [07/10/14]File size [1914 KB]
Danfoss Consistent Hydronic Control
AB-PM automatic balancing valve for a reliable and energy-saving heating system
Published [10/06/14]File size [1469 KB]
Danfoss Controls VBKQS202 LowDuty Leaflet
Automatic controls for low energy hydronic systems
Published [19/03/13]File size [2252 KB]
Danfoss Design Radiator Thermostats VBVJC302
Danfoss X-tra Thermostat valve Collection
Published [07/09/15]File size [361 KB]
Danfoss Electronic 3-channel programmer for heating
Electronic 3-channel programmer for heating and hot water with service interval
Published [07/10/14]File size [772 KB]
Danfoss Energy Metering Brochure
Energy metering, SonoSelect™ heat meter
Published [28/11/16]File size [1077 KB]
Danfoss Floor Heating CFC Application Guide
Designing hydronic floor heating
Published [03/05/16]File size [3627 KB]
Danfoss Heating and Cooling Systems VBA6M302
heating and cooling systems
Published [07/09/15]File size [7768 KB]
Danfoss Heating Controls 125v02
Published [31/05/16]File size [6131 KB]
Danfoss Heating controls CSPC Installer VBFZH102
Radiator Thermostats, Electronic room Controls,Heat Recovery Ventilation, heat pumps
Published [19/03/13]File size [4194 KB]
Danfoss Heating Controls VBFNK402
Danfoss heating control
Published [07/09/15]File size [845 KB]
Danfoss Heating for Social Housing 205v01
modern heating for social housing
Published [05/12/17]File size [12306 KB]
Danfoss Hydronic Balancing and Control
Published [02/12/14]File size [7257 KB]
Danfoss iMCV Control Valves
Intelligent Motorised Control Valves for HVAC applications
Published [19/03/13]File size [3230 KB]
Danfoss Living Eco VBFNH302 Programmable thermostat
programmable thermostat that controls radiator heating.
Published [07/10/14]File size [372 KB]
Danfoss Novocon Brochure
Danfoss introduces the digital actuator NovoCon® S, a true revolution in hydronic balancing and control
Published [20/02/17]File size [678 KB]
Danfoss Optyma Plus INVERTER Brochure 2016
Published [27/01/17]File size [534 KB]
Danfoss Plug & Play Electronic Thermostats Brochure
Danfoss electronic thermostats
Published [07/10/14]File size [483 KB]
Danfoss RA 2000 Range Commercial TRVs
RA 2000 Range Commercial TRVs radiator thermostat and valves
Published [27/06/16]File size [4324 KB]
Danfoss RA-DV VBGWL202 Heating Valve
Danfoss Dynamic Heating Valve™
Published [07/10/14]File size [659 KB]
Danfoss Scroll Compressors
Published [05/12/17]File size [2957 KB]
Danfoss Selection Card (ASV TRV).
Radiator and balancing valves for two-pipe heating installations
Published [11/10/13]File size [563 KB]
Danfoss Smarter Heating VBFNJ502 Living
Published [07/09/15]File size [1187 KB]
Danfoss SonoSelect Safe Energy Meters VUIGB702
Published [05/12/17]File size [4308 KB]
Danfoss Underfloor Heating Brochure
Published [02/12/14]File size [16770 KB]
Danfoss VBA6Q202 Temperature controls
Published [07/10/14]File size [830 KB]
Published [07/10/14]File size [1099 KB]
Danfoss VBA7J202 Sep2014
Danfoss AB-QM pressure independent valve
Published [07/10/14]File size [654 KB]
Danfoss VBA7M102 AB-QM Cruise-ship
Hydronic balancing valves
Published [07/10/14]File size [1893 KB]
Danfoss VBD3A302 Sep2014
Published [07/10/14]File size [903 KB]
Danfoss VBGEA202 LSS Leaflet
Danfoss substations for district heating and cooling
Published [19/03/13]File size [8587 KB]
Danfoss VBGWG202 Sep2014
Published [07/10/14]File size [729 KB]
Danfoss VBHZB102 Component Leaflet
Danfoss control components for district heating
Published [19/03/13]File size [4683 KB]
Living by Danfoss Heating Controls Brochure
living by Danfoss thermostats. Advanced heating control made simple.
Published [11/10/13]File size [512 KB]
Renovation+Housing Association Brochure
two-pipe heating systems optimizes hydronic balance and temperature control in apartment buildings.
Published [11/10/13]File size [800 KB]
Danfoss Heating - New Danfoss Sales Director Focuses on Customer Service & Value
Danfoss Heating - New Danfoss Sales Director Focuses on Customer Service & Value
Danfoss is focusing on its industry-leading reputation for customer service and value with the appointment of a new UK Sales Director for the Danfoss Heating Segment. With 22 years of experience in high-tech industries, Dan Scott has a proven track record in developing successful sales and marketing teams. He also brings a sound knowledge of Lean Thinking principles and concepts to his new role, having gained Advanced Lean Certification. He says his key objective is to delight Danfoss customers which, in turn, will create sustainable business results.
As Sales Director, Dan will be responsible for developing the skills and talents of Danfoss’ highly professional sales team. He is looking to further improve team performance, and maximise the customer experience with Danfoss, through a range of sales management strategies. These include a continuation of developing the existing team through competency, and setting milestones that deliver the long-term plan.
Although Dan views all market sectors as a target for Danfoss’ extensive product range and expertise, he sees some great and exciting opportunities for Danfoss in commercial projects.
Summing up his new appointment, Dan says he is extremely proud to be part of the Danfoss family and sees an exciting future ahead for the company and the industry as a whole. He comments: "I firmly believe in the Danfoss value proposition and I am confident that, together, we will continue to build on our well-deserved reputation as a trusted partner to new and existing customers."
Danfoss is a leading manufacturer of world-class heating products for the residential and commercial markets, with factories throughout Europe, including in the UK and Denmark. Products range from domestic heating controls such as programmers, thermostats and TRVs to balancing valves, pressure and flow controllers, heat exchangers and energy meters for district and commercial heating applications. The company’s extensive product range is supplied through a national network of stockists. A comprehensive range of customer support services is also available, including installer training courses, CPD seminars and the Danfoss Assist mobile website at www.Assistyou.Danfoss.co.uk.
Danfoss Making sense of TRVs
Cut heating costs
Effective and easy to install, the modern thermostatic radiator thermostat, commonly know as a TRV, enables end-users to control the temperature of individual rooms in their home. Fitting a TRV on every radiator prevents the unnecessary – and expensive – overheating of empty rooms, whilst ensuring that occupied rooms are comfortably warm. Having this level of control can really help households reduce their heating bills and their carbon emissions. And it’s not just TRV manufacturers’ who are making these claims. Tests carried out for BEAMA Heating Controls group in the Energy House at the University of Salford showed that the installation of effective temperature controls on home heating systems has a far more significant effect on minimising energy use than previously predicted. In addition, the research findings found that the application of TRVs was essential to optimising energy savings, even if the system is balanced, by providing satisfactory heat distribution throughout a dwelling.
So, we have established that TRVs can play a pivotal role in keeping homes comfortably and, perhaps most importantly, affordably warm. The question is, how do you go about choosing the right TRV for your customer from the wide range of products on the market? When faced with a number of models offering different functions, features and sensors, you can’t blame busy installers for simply picking the product they’ve always used and are familiar with fitting. However, knowing the main differences between the various types of TRV, particularly the material used in the sensor, will help installers make a more informed choice – and help them avoid potentially costly call-backs if the TRVs don’t perform as promised.
What is a TRV?
As every professional heating installer will know, TRVs work by sensing the air temperature around them and regulating the flow of water through the radiator to which they are fitted. It does this by means of a sensor in the TRV head which is filled with a material that expands as the room temperature rises and contracts when it drops. The weight and density of the material used to fill the sensor has a direct impact on the time it takes for the TRV to respond to a temperature change in a room. According to basic scientific principles, a lighter liquid filling will expand and contract more quickly than a heavier material like wax, which is used in some products. Needless to say, a TRV that offers a faster response time means improved comfort and energy savings for end-users.
As well as offering greater accuracy and efficiency, the liquid used in a TRV sensor is less likely to deteriorate over time. It doesn’t have the crystalline composition of wax, for example, that tends to get harder and heavier with constant expansion and contraction, causing a detrimental effect on the TRV’s accuracy and performance. It may take a year or so, but as this change occurs consumers with wax-filled TRVs may find they have to keep increasing their temperature settings in order to achieve the same level of comfort. In having to do this they could wipe out all the energy savings they were making when they first installed this type of TRV.
At Danfoss, we feel strongly that under-performing products could easily undo the progress the UK heating industry has made in raising awareness of the TRV as a simple yet highly effective heating control. From our extensive experience in this market, liquid-filled sensors will deliver more consistent performance over the life of the product – and that has to be a major selling point for end-users and installers alike.
Although the case for choosing TRVs with liquid-filled sensors may seem unequivocal, there are a few other factors installers should bear in mind before making a purchase Achieving longer lasting performance and durability will still depend, to a degree, on the robust construction and quality of the TRV itself. As the old saying goes, you get what you pay for. Opting for a TRV that uses lower quality components could lead to problems further down the line, such as liquid leaking from the sensor, resulting in a false economy for installers and their customers.
Taking the time to find out a bit more about the TRVs they fit on a regular basis could make life easier for heating installers, make their business more profitable and increase customer satisfaction. To get further details about the different products currently available, simply check out the manufacturers’ websites or ask advice at the trade counter the next time you buy TRVs.