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Danfoss India enhances sustainable learning with VFD installations

Danfoss India enhances sustainable learning with VFD installations

As a leader in energy-efficient and sustainable solutions worldwide, Danfoss India is still dedicated to supporting India’s educational system.

Danfoss India is pleased to announce its involvement in these historic projects, which come in the wake of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent opening of the permanent campuses of the Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) in Bodh Gaya and Vishakhapatnam. By installing their state-of-the-art Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) at the corresponding esteemed educational institutions, the Global Energy Efficient player is advancing their cause towards a sustainable India.

Danfoss is enabling energy efficiency, greater machine productivity, reduced emissions, lower energy consumption, enabling electrification, and promoting sustainable growth by installing their energy-efficient technology at the corresponding flagship campuses. The decarbonisation of the economy is facilitated by Danfoss’s innovations, which provide dependable and sustainable energy for all people on earth.

Strategically placed in vital systems such as cooling towers, water pumps, and air handling units are Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs). These drives efficiently optimise energy consumption and operating performance by dynamically adjusting motor speed in response to shifting load demands.

Pressure Independent Balancing and Control Valves (PIBCVs) are specialised valves that Danfoss supplies to help improve the performance of heating and cooling systems. These valves regulate the amount of hot or cold water that flows through the system to maintain the ideal temperature in buildings. They ensure that the system only consumes what it needs, saving energy and avoiding the need for ongoing modifications. Buildings can maintain comfort levels while reducing energy and maintenance costs using Danfoss PIBCVs.

Ravichandran Purushothaman, President of Danfoss India, says, “Danfoss India is proud to partner with esteemed institutions like IIM Bodh Gaya and Vishakhapatnam, contributing to the advancement of India’s educational infrastructure with our cutting-edge technologies. By installing our Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) and Pressure Independent Balancing and Control Valves (PIBCVs), we aim to enhance the energy efficiency, productivity, and comfort while reducing emissions and energy consumption. Through our comprehensive solutions and tailored designs, we ensure that the unique needs of each institution are met, while also complying with industry regulations. Our commitment to sustainability drives us to continuously innovate and provide solutions that support India’s journey towards a greener and more sustainable future.”

After a thorough site evaluation to identify important applications, examine power quality issues, and strategically place VFDs and PIBCVs on the premium campuses, comprehensive solutions were put into place. Following the outcomes of the site evaluation, a customised solution design was created to satisfy IIM’s particular requirements while guaranteeing adherence to industry standards.

As part of India’s Decarbonisation Mission, Danfoss India is essential in delivering sustainable solutions in key sectors. Danfoss’ cutting-edge VFDs Drive Energy Efficiency across Varied Industries, from the Marine Pumps Sector to the Healthcare Sector, such as the latest AIIMS cooperation. Energy consumption has been lowered by matching pump requirements to the actual process, thanks in large part to the VLT® and VACON® drives. Furthermore, by employing state-of-the-art HVAC technologies, Danfoss’ Application Development Centre in India has effectively reduced its energy consumption by up to 30 percent when compared to traditional approaches.

Danfoss India actively promotes intelligent building solutions to reduce carbon emissions and enhance energy efficiency in the building industry. In the next two years, The Global Player intends to increase its footprint to 80 Indian cities, placing a strategic focus on product localisation and the incorporation of new technology to promote sectoral growth. These programmes are consistent with Danfoss’s pledge to fund environmentally friendly building techniques to support India’s continued growth.

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