Danfoss has expanded its oil-free Turbocor portfolio to include the TGS380 and TTS450 models, offering a high-capacity, energy-efficient solution for use in comfort cooling, intensive ambient environments, and data center applications. The new TGS380 and TTS450 compressors provide exceptional flexibility and efficiency to customers worldwide, operating in both heating and cooling applications, at extreme temperatures, and across a range of low Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerants.
Danfoss Turbocor TGS380 and TTS450 (pictured above) compressors offer a high-capacity, energy efficient solution for cooling and heating applications in extreme environments.
Thanks to an expanded operating map, the TGS380 and TTS450 can be used in water-to-water heat pumps and heat-recovery applications, generating hot water up to 68°C (154°F). Both compressors can be used in air-cooled chiller applications operating in extreme ambient temperatures of up to 52°C or 125°F. They generate water temperatures up to 30°C or 86°F when used in data-center applications.
“As temperatures rise, we must design flexible solutions that work in any ambient environment and across multiple market segments, but our responsibility does not stop there,” said Rogerio Federici, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Danfoss Turbocor. “Danfoss quality means that we help create energy savings for our planet while delivering flexible, reliable solutions for engineers, installers, and building owners.”
“These two new models extend the benefits of oil free compressor technology to even more cooling and heating applications operating in extreme environments,” said Eddie Rodriguez, senior product manager for Danfoss Turbocor in North America. “Our innovative solutions will reduce energy consumption and help decarbonize heating and cooling systems, making them ideal for use in data centers and air-cooled chillers.”
Customers can now create simpler, energy-efficient solutions and market the same design globally. Danfoss Turbocor offers the only oil-free compressors that can operate in both heating and cooling applications and at high ambient temperatures while providing a larger, more precise capacity option. In air-cooled chiller applications, OEMs can reduce the number of compressors in their chiller designs, in favor of a simpler solution. This can reduce costs and allow for easier installation and less maintenance.
The latest additions to Danfoss Turbocor are compliant with refrigerant regulations in the EU and North America. The Turbocor TGS380 is optimized to use low-GWP refrigerants HFO-1234ze and R515B, while TTS450 is optimized to use R134a and low-GWP R513A, which can help customers comply with evolving regulations, minimize carbon emissions, and meet increasing environmental standards.
Danfoss Turbocor compressors feature a unique magnetic bearing technology that eliminates the need for compressor oil management, resulting in less maintenance and greater energy efficiency throughout the system. Magnetic bearings also contribute to a longer expected machine life, as they are not subject to the performance degradation or mechanical wear associated with oiled compressors and offers the largest range of oil-free compressors for low GWP refrigerants.
Danfoss engineers solutions that increase machine productivity, reduce emissions, lower energy consumption, and enable electrification. Our solutions are used in such areas as refrigeration, air conditioning, heating, power conversion, motor control, industrial machinery, automotive, marine, and off- and on-highway equipment. We also provide solutions for renewable energy, such as solar and wind power, as well as district-energy infrastructure for cities. Our innovative engineering dates back to 1933. Danfoss is family- and foundation-owned, employing more than 40,000 people, serving customers in more than 100 countries through a global footprint of 95 factories. For more information, visit www.danfoss.com.