Danfoss, founded over 60 years ago, offers products for refrigeration and air conditioning, heating, VLT drives, geared motors, solar energy, silicon power modules, industrial automation (valves, switches, sensors, transmitters), and high pressure systems (valves, pumps, motors). Danfoss is also a solutions provider for the energy, oil and gas, water, heating, marine and refrigerants industries.
The Danfoss Group has been manufacturing valves. Today they offer full bore ball valves with flanged connections, available in handle, gear flange or worm gear on/off configurations.
Danfoss offers 2-way servo-operated solenoid valves for high pressure applications. Pressure ratings from 100, 140, 160 and 210 bar / 1450, 2000, 2300 and 3000 PSI depending on type. Designed for water, water mixed with cleaning detergent, and oil.Website
Danfoss makes offers EV224B servo operated 2/2-way high pressure solenoid valves. These valves feature working pressure ratings up to 40 bar, medium temperatures up to 60°C, and a built-in pilot filter.Website
Danfoss supplies a range of solenoid valves with electrical coils. Extensive product selection includes: EV210A direct operated 2/2 way compact solenoid valves, EV220A of compact indirect servo operated 2/2 way solenoid valves; EV310A small competitive, direct-operated 3/2-way; EV210B direct-operated 2/2-way; and many others.
Danfoss manufactures servo-operated, 2/2-way stainless steel solenoid valves with isolating diaphragms. The stainless steel solenoid valves are for use in connection with contaminated or aggressive media.
Danfoss designs and manufactures components for refrigeration and air conditioning applications, including a full line of piston stop check valves in connection sizes of 1/2” up to 5” with built-in damping chamber and a working pressure of 580 psig. Other stop check valves are also available.
Danfoss manufactures thermostatic valves and expansion valves. The standard thermostatic valves can be self-acting; and used for cooling applications, controlling the temperature of a flow or water or neutral brine, and protecting biomass boilers, stoves, and solar systems. Expansion valves regulate the injection of refrigerant liquid into evaporators, and feature maximum working pressure of 34 bar or 46 bar.