of all CO2 emissions in Germany are emitted by the industry. By 2020, the government plans to reduce emissions by 40 per cent
Future-proof your company with Danfoss heating solutions for industrial buildings. This can be achieved by energy-efficient optimization of existing heating systems by automatic adjustment or central network monitoring through a building control system.
Speed control for ventilation, water pumps and refrigeration compressors increase the lifetime of your building’s systems and saves energy.
Whether it’s air-conditioning of data centers, the use of waste heat from refrigeration plants or cooling technology for the industry – solutions from Danfoss reduce your operating costs and ensure that requirements for green building standards such as LEED, BREAM, DGNB can be met.
The increasing digitalization of industry requires a different approach towards both construction and renovation of industrial buildings.
On the one hand, building technology has to be as flexible as the buildings themselves. On the other hand, renovations of existing buildings have to take into account factors such as floor layout, expandability and energy refurbishment and upgrading.
The industrial building sector uses roughly 45 per cent of the total energy consumed in Germany. Also, stricter environmental laws and increased energy costs make it necessary to find new ways to reduce the energy consumption in this sector. This might be achieved through innovative and energetic cooling and heating technology, but also by optimizing the drive technology of air-conditioning and refrigeration systems, allowing for cost savings of up to 40 per cent.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is making headlines around the world. Everyone’s talking about digitization, customizing and automation, e-commerce and supply chain management. But what does the Internet of Things mean for owners of industrial buildings?
As a result of the increasing digitalization, new business, production and delivery processes are developing, which results in new building types and types of use. In the past, factories and warehouses were built to stand forever – now they have to offer maximum flexibility to cater for new production processes. But expanding production isn’t as straightforward as it used to be. Emission control, noise protection and operational safety influence the construction of a modern production facility. Additionally, regulations have become more and more complex over the past few years and present owners of industrial and logistics properties with challenges that can only be met through innovative building technology. In addition, downtime has to be minimized despite a more complex building technology. With over 80 years of experience, Danfoss can offer a wealth of knowledge to tackle your challenges ahead.