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Danfoss Introduces R410A Scroll Compressor Series

Originally published: 01.29.13 by HVACR Business Staff


Danfoss recently introduced its WSH series of R410A scroll compressors, which are designed to optimize HVAC systems with low condensing temperatures, the company says.

WSH compressors are optimized to operate at low temperature ratios, resulting in higher efficiency at part-load conditions – as much as 5 percent higher when compared to standard air-conditioning compressors, the company says. 

In addition, a quick connector plug available on select models saves assembly time and enhances annual productivity by 1 percent. The plug also helps reduce instances of miswiring, enhancing compressor safety and reliability in the process.

The series comes in six models with cooling capacities that range from 7.5 to 15 TR and offers a complete range of manifold options that enable customers to choose different tandem and trio combinations in order to meet system capacity and application requirements while reducing installation costs. 

The series also features an optional acoustic hood, which reduces noise levels by 6 to 8 dB(A) for a quieter environment.

For more information: www.danfoss.us

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