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Danfoss Turbocor opens Florida production facility

June 5, 2024 | By HPAC Magazine


Turbocor compressors use magnetic-bearing technology suitable for commercial air conditioning and heat pumps.

Ribbon-cutting at new Danfoss Turbocor plant: (l-r) Kristian Strand, president, Danfoss commercial compressors; Mads Clausen, 3rd generation of Danfoss founder Mads Clausen; Ricardo Schneider, president, Danfoss Turbocor; Kim Fausing, CEO, Danfoss; Jurgen Fischer, president, Danfoss climate solutions; Mads Peter Clausen, 3rd generation of Danfoss founder Mads Clausen.

Danfoss Turbocor has celebrated the opening of its new 145,000 sq. ft. production facility in Tallahassee, Florida.

A $62 million investment, the new plant will manufacture the TTS/TG/TH lines for Danfoss Turbocor compressors, doubling current capacity with the ability to expand even further.

The new factory will also use low-carbon Turbocor compressors and a heat recovery system to reduce carbon emissions and energy usage.

“The increased production will help meet the growing market demand for cooling and heating high-efficiency compressors in North America, Europe and Asia,” said Danfoss president/CEO Kim Fausing.

“The oil-free high efficiency compressor technology is a key enabler for meeting the decarbonization goals of commercial buildings, cities and countries. Currently, North America is the largest market and region for Danfoss, with 34 sites, and we couldn’t be prouder of this latest chapter in Turbocor’s growth.”

Turbocor compressors use magnetic-bearing technology instead of oil and provide an ultra-low global warming potential (GWP) cooling option for commercial air conditioning and heat pumps.

danfoss.com

 

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