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Danfoss helps you make the most of the EcoDesign opportunity

Date: 03 July 2018

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While much of EcoDesign is around CE marking and ability to sell refrigeration solutions, there is much more to be gained if you approach EcoDesign and HVACR product development in a holistic way. Danfoss is ready to offer compliant solutions as well as guidance.

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Although it is up to the manufacturers to meet these requirements to get the CE marking if they want to sell their products in the EU, the overall refrigeration industry operators will be impacted.

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For refrigeration manufacturers, EcoDesign is a chance to stay compliant, future-proof products and get a competitive edge over competitors in the EU – and outside of it. For refrigeration equipment owners, wholesalers and system installers, the legislation marks a turning point towards more sustainable, energy efficient and cost-effective equipment.

The EU EcoDesign directive, also referred as Energy-related Products (ErP) directive, ENTR Lot 1 2015/1095 and 2015/1094 for Professional Refrigeration will enter in its second tier in July 1st, 2018. Affected applications are condensing units, professional refrigerated storage cabinets, blast cabinets, and process chillers.

The directive sets out minimum mandatory requirements for the energy efficiency of products with the aim to improve the overall performance of products and thereby protect the environment by reducing indirect CO<sub>2</sub> emissions.

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