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.
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1. Danfoss Commercial Product Selection Guide
Motorised Control Valves, Ultrasonic Energy Meters and Calculators, Commercial Radiator Valves.
Published [22/04/16]File size [9877 KB]
2. Danfoss Domestic Product Selection Guide
Thermostatic Radiator Valves, domestic radiator valves
Published [22/04/16]File size [10075 KB]
3. Danfoss Control Packs Part L
2013 Building Regulations: Part L
Published [22/04/16]File size [8178 KB]
Automatic By Pass Valve 380v06
Published [27/10/11]File size [1351 KB]
Automatic bypass Control VD55K812 AVDO
Published [27/10/11]File size [1101 KB]
Danfoss 120v04 Room Thermostat
room thermostat, a cylinder thermostat,
Published [07/10/14]File size [882 KB]
Danfoss 125v01 Heating Controls
Published [07/10/14]File size [4499 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 Floor Heating Manifold FHF VDUDO112
Published [27/10/11]File size [1718 KB]
Danfoss Heat Pump Brochure VBBMA502
Published [19/03/13]File size [1178 KB]
Danfoss Heating and Cooling Systems VBA6M302
heating and cooling systems
Published [07/09/15]File size [7768 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 Hot & Cold One Control
Self-acting climate controllers for comfort cooling systems
Published [19/03/13]File size [272 KB]
Danfoss Hydronic Balancing & Control
water based heating or cooling application
Published [18/02/14]File size [2966 KB]
Danfoss Hydronic Balancing and Control
Published [02/12/14]File size [7257 KB]
Danfoss Hydronic Comfort Cooling Systems Application Guide
Published [27/10/11]File size [2956 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 Living Leaflet Connect PRO Master VBFZA202
Danfoss Linkâ„¢ Total temperature control from one central point
Published [19/03/13]File size [986 KB]
Danfoss MK18 Range
Time Controls With Optional Service Interval
Published [11/10/13]File size [1774 KB]
Danfoss NovoCon Digital Actuator Brochure
Danfoss introduces the digital actuator NovoCon® S, a true revolution in hydronic balancing and control
Published [07/09/15]File size [678 KB]
Danfoss Plug & Play Electronic Thermostats Brochure
Danfoss electronic thermostats
Published [07/10/14]File size [483 KB]
Danfoss Programmable Room Thermostats 238v03
TP4000 Range Room Thermostats for Combi Boilers
Published [19/03/13]File size [2664 KB]
Danfoss RA 2000 Range Commercial TRVs
radiator thermostat and valves
Published [13/12/13]File size [4340 KB]
Danfoss RA-DV VBGWL202 Heating Valve
Danfoss Dynamic Heating Valve™
Published [07/10/14]File size [659 KB]
Danfoss RA-G Valve Product Memo VLSXA102
Published [27/10/11]File size [1383 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 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 VBBKB102 ECL Portal Leaflet
Danfoss Remote control your ECL Comfort heating system
Published [19/03/13]File size [882 KB]
Danfoss VBD3A302 Sep2014
Published [07/10/14]File size [903 KB]
Danfoss VBEWF102 HRV Consumer Brochure 2012
Danfoss Ventilation with Heat Recovery
Published [19/03/13]File size [6865 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]
DanfossLink Installer VBFZC102
Radiator heating control
Published [19/03/13]File size [3772 KB]
Electro Mechanical Room Thermostat 352
Published [27/10/11]File size [674 KB]
Living by Danfoss Heating Controls Brochure
living by Danfoss thermostats. Advanced heating control made simple.
Published [11/10/13]File size [512 KB]
Living by Danfoss Heating Controls Leaflet
Danfoss electronic radiator thermostats and boiler heating.
Published [11/10/13]File size [1197 KB]
living by Danfoss thermostats. Tomorrows technology, made simple
Energy savings for your customers Time savings for you
Published [10/06/14]File size [483 KB]
Programmable Room Thermostat 082v07
Published [27/10/11]File size [472 KB]
Proportional Heat Cool Thermostats 742v01
Published [27/10/11]File size [580 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]
X-tra Collection for Designer Radiators
Published [27/10/11]File size [1211 KB]
Danfoss - Solutions Ready to Meet Global Water Challenge
Danfoss - Solutions Ready to Meet Global Water Challenge
Lack of water and climate change are among the top 5 global risks, according to the World Economic Forum. However, pioneering solutions that can help meet both challenges are ready to be replicated.
As the world population rises and people pursue higher standards of living, more water is needed in homes and for production of food and products. By 2050, the United Nations projects global water demand to increase by 55%. However, fresh water supplies are limited, and groundwater, which is the source of drinking water for at least half of the global population, is used much faster than it is replenished. In just 10 years, 50% of global population is expected to live in water stressed areas. The increasing demand for water also leads to growing energy consumption, which affects the climate.
Danfoss, a world-leading supplier of technologies for infrastructure, food supply, energy and climate, has solutions which help countries and municipalities worldwide save water and energy within water supply, wastewater treatment and irrigation of farming areas. For example, Danfoss has supported Denmark in becoming one of the pioneering countries in the water and energy field. The country has grown its economy by 80% since 1980, while reducing water consumption by nearly 40%, and keeping energy use at the same level. Structured water management and innovative technologies have contributed to this decoupling of economic growth, water consumption, and energy use.
In municipalities, water and wastewater facilities account for the largest consumption of electricity, typically 25-40% of the local authorities’ total power use. In the Danish city of Aarhus, a local water company has managed to transform a wastewater facility from being just a wastewater plant into also functioning as a combined heat and power plant, delivering an energy surplus. The plant produces 90% more energy than it consumes. The excess heat is led into the district heating system in the city, thereby reducing its carbon footprint. This is feasible thanks to advanced process optimization and by using more than 140 variable speed drives from Danfoss as control handles on almost all rotating equipment. Done optimally, this also creates the maximum amount of sludge and carbon. In a digester, it is transformed into gas used for both electricity and heat production.
Mads Warming, global director of water and wastewater in Danfoss, says: “It’s a ground-breaking innovation case that shows what is possible within advanced process control. As far as we know, no other country has managed to get a water treatment plant to actually produce so much additional energy based on normal household wastewater. Scaled up, it means that the huge energy consumption from water and wastewater facilities could be avoided, turning the single largest electricity consumer in municipalities into an energy-neutral party.”
The vision for Aarhus Water is also to extend energy generation to achieve so much surplus energy from its wastewater treatment plants that it can meet the energy requirement of the city’s total water and wastewater cycles. This goal is expected to be reached in 2016.
The case has attracted attention in cities worldwide. At the beginning of 2015, Aarhus Water signed a cooperation agreement with the water supply company in Chigago (MWRD), which faces the same kind of challenges and pursues the same goals. With the agreement, they have started to share knowledge about water technologies and climate adaption and energy neutrality, in particular.
If the Aarhus case was replicated on a global scale, the energy saved would be equivalent to the current electricity production from all renewable energy sources combined (excl. hydropower).
Globally, focus on the high energy consumption in the water and wastewater cycles is also increasing and local regulations are starting to further the use of energy-efficient solutions. One example is EU’s Ecodesign Directive. In the US, the Department of Energy is also proposing minimum efficiency regulations for clean water pumps. Regulations like these are necessary to speed up the realization of the enormous potential.
When it comes to water supply and irrigation of farming areas, another huge potential is the reduction of water losses in pipework due to leakage. According to the international consultancy firm McKinsey, 167bn USD is wasted every year due to leakage in cities around the world. The United Nations highlights that leakage rates of 50% are not uncommon in urban distribution systems. However, leakages can typically be reduced by 30-40% using technologies like variable speed drives and sensors, which control the pressure in the pipes to avoid water flooding out of holes. At the same time, the drives typically save 20-50% energy.
Mads Warming says: “The global water and climate challenges are a difficult code to crack, but the solutions that can meet them are ready and we also see that focus on leakage reduction and energy efficiency is increasing. Last year, we experienced double-digit growth in our water and wastewater business, and the positive trend continues.”
Besides saving water and energy in countries and municipalities, Danfoss is also helping produce drinking water in remote locations like islands, drilling platforms, and cruise ships. Here, Danfoss takes part in turning seawater efficiently into drinking water using advanced high pressure pumps and energy recovery devices for desalination systems. The Danfoss solutions save up to 50% energy, which is important for the deployment, because at least 70% of the total costs in desalination systems are related to energy use.
Mads Warming says: “Earlier this year, the World Economic Forum ranked water crisis and failure of climate change adaption among the top 5 global risks and encouraged decision-makers worldwide to take collective action to address them. And there is no reason to wait. Well-proven solutions, which meet the water and climate challenges, are ready and they are paid back fast.”
Danfoss - Mandatory ESOS Legislation Spells Gain - Not Pain - for 10,000 UK Organisat
Danfoss - Mandatory ESOS Legislation Spells Gain - Not Pain - for 10,000 UK Organisations
The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) will provide significant long term energy and costs savings to the estimated 10,000 organisations affected by this mandatory legislation.
ESOS applies to companies which have more than 250 employees or an annual turnover exceeding 50 million euros. The legislation requires companies who meet this criteria have an energy audit completed by 5th December 2015 deadline. Participants must then carry out an ESOS assessment in each subsequent four year compliance period, ending on 5th December 2019, 2023 and so on.
Elmhurst Energy is one of the first organisations to gain approval to hold a government authorised register of ESOS Lead Assessors. As a professional body for the scheme, Elmhurst is consulting companies to ensure that their management teams understand and meet their specific requirements for ESOS compliance.
“The ethos behind ESOS is that reducing your energy consumption goes hand in hand with saving you money, so that the costs of the ESOS audit itself are more than paid back if the identified energy saving measures are implemented,” explains Stephen O’Hara, Managing Director for Elmhurst Energy.