Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2006: Danfoss' New Engineering Vision Focuses On Efficiency, Environment

January 24, 2006
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CHICAGO - Danfoss is introducing EnVisioneeringSM, a new approach focused on bringing higher levels of engineering innovation and collaboration to the challenges of energy efficiency and environmental responsibility, says the company.

Joe Orosz, president of Danfoss Turbocor and former president of Danfoss Commercial Compressors, stated, "Our customers today are facing pressure to be more energy efficient and environmentally responsible. Danfoss is a natural partner to help them respond proactively with the right technology to meet and exceed challenges including 13 SEER, rising energy costs, new DOE and EPA requirements, U.S. Green Building Council guidelines, LEED design criteria, and requirements of the U.S. Energy Policy Act of 2005, to name a few."

Danfoss also will convene a forum to explore global issues, trends, and technologies affecting the HVACR industry and to help foster solutions to the primary challenges of global energy demand and emissions. "Ultimately, we expect this program to help the industry create a ‘roadmap' to viable technical solutions to some of its most pressing problems," Orosz noted.

"We envision a world where partnering with our customers allows them to meet increasing demands and higher standards. We want to help enable them to develop new technologies for sustainable business growth through engineering innovation, energy efficiency, and environmental responsibility. We call this kind of partnership EnVisioneering."

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