Properly selected and installed, TRVs are proven to provide accurate temperature control in individual rooms, reducing heating costs and enhancing comfort. However, not all TRVs are the same, as Bjorn Sejr Nielsen, Marketing Director of Danfoss, explains.
PHPI reporter James Moore attends one of Danfoss’ heating controls training courses
From phones to tablets and TVs, smart technology is everywhere so it’s not surprising that heating controls are following the trend. Bjorn Sejr Nielsen, Marketing Director at Danfoss, looks at the latest developments available to installers and their customers and what’s driving the next generation of controls.
The installation of Danfoss ASV automatic balancing valves is providing heating comfort and energy savings for tenants living in five social housing tower blocks in south east London.
Invented by Danfoss back in 1943, radiator thermostats (TRVs) remain essential to the optimum efficiency of most ‘wet’ domestic central heating systems. Properly installed, TRVs are proven to provide accurate temperature control in individual rooms, reducing heating costs and enhancing comfort. Proven performance Heating control tests carried out by Salford University highlighted the importance of […]
Following the launch of its Hero fan-coil unit assembly in 2016, Danfoss has developed Hero Plant _ a pre-fabricated flushing bypass arrangement for larger plant devices such as air handling units, heat exchangers and heater batteries.
Danfoss will be showcasing a selection of domestic heating solutions that combine advanced functionality and intelligent design with ease of use and installation at PHEX at Alexandra Palace
Danfoss is once again offering domestic heating installers the opportunity to improve their skills and profitability with professional training in Danfoss heating controls.
The just launched Danfoss TPOne room thermostat is now available in the newly upgraded Danfoss Heating Efficiency Packs (HEP) – the handy way for installers to buy high efficiency domestic heating controls.
Danfoss is launching a ready to lay and easy to use electric underfloor heating system. The new Danfoss ECmat is an ultra-thin heat mat with an earth screened twin-core cable that is only 3.5mm in height
Outstanding product reliability and performance have made Danfoss intelligent heating controls the first choice for a stunning new residential development on the Blenheim Palace estate in Oxfordshire.
With the festive season fast approaching it’s time for Danfoss to launch its popular Advent Calendar competition with daily prize draws from 1st December to Christmas Eve 2016.
DEVI, part of Danfoss Electric Heating Systems, has launched the DEVI Elite benefit programme.
Showcasing DEVI’s superior product quality and innovation, the new DEVIreg™ Smart and DEVIsmart™ App are set to revolutionise the market for electronic touch-thermostats.
Replacing an older boiler with a high-efficiency condensing model won’t necessarily optimise potential energy savings, says Gareth Ash, Marketing Services Manager at Danfoss. He explains how installing chrono-proportional control, also known as TPI (Time Proportional and Integral) can unlock this potential. Domestic heating systems with a simple mechanical thermostat can’t achieve the full energy-saving benefits […]
Fitting Danfoss RA 2000 thermostatic radiator valves featuring rapid reaction gas-filled sensors is now twice as fast with the new snap lock connection. Compared to its existing commercial range of TRVs.
Danfoss is making intelligent heating control even easier with the launch of the new TPOne Programmable Room Thermostat, which is packed with user-friendly innovations.
Combining ultrasonic technology with advanced control the new Danfoss SonoSelect heat meter makes precision energy metering easy for properties supplied by a district heat network or communal heating system.
A Danfoss Elite installer from Skipton has won a fantastic weekend in the wonderful city of Copenhagen courtesy of Danfoss. Tom Spencer of Spencer Services Ltd entered Danfoss’s free prize draw when he visited the company’s stand at PHEX Manchester.
Free local training in Danfoss domestic heating controls is just a click away for installers who log on to www.heating.danfoss.co.uk. The latest programme of one-day regional seminars offered by Danfoss is now available on the company’s website, together with a simple online booking system.