U.S. Rep Steve Southerland, R-Florida, recently visited Danfoss’ facility in Tallahassee, Florida, to discuss how the advancement of energy-efficient technologies — and the resulting reduction in energy use — can impact the industry, the economy, jobs, and local communities. The company’s Tallahassee facility is dedicated to the engineering and manufacturing of its Danfoss Turbocor variable-speed, oil-free, magnetic-bearing centrifugal compressors used in HVACR applications, including high-performance commercial and government buildings such as schools, hospitals, and data centers.
Southerland received a tour of Danfoss Turbocor’s production area, where employees showed the congressman how the compressors are manufactured and operate. “I couldn’t be more impressed with the ingenuity and cutting-edge technology that is being developed right here in north Florida,” Southerland said. “Danfoss Turbocor is a strong economic partner for our region, and I am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead as this relationship continues to grow.”
Publication date: 8/18/2014