Danfoss Quick Reference Manual Guide Book

Quick Reference Book for Danfoss HVAC Equipment Operation, Maintenance and Troubleshooting Guides.


Hope this article will help you, if you are doing your works with Danfoss HVAC (Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning) system equipment like- Chiller, Air Handling Unit, Automation Drives or Frequency converter, Temperature controller, Micro drives etc. 

As HVAC equipment operating without breakdown, maintenance in periodic preventive or breakdown and troubleshooting during emergency breakdown maintenance, you must keep the Danfoss quick reference book in your reference-self.



Herewith in this Danfoss Guide, we brought you 11 quick reference manual guide that will help you as your close friend. You may read or free download the complete manual in pdf format. You also share your colleges or friends if think helpful for them.



Free download Danfoss quick reference user and operating guides.

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Founder of Danfoss

A farmer’s son with the soul of an engineer

Born into a farming family in 1905 on the island of Als in Denmark, Mads Clausen ran the company for its first 30 years from his childhood bedroom. Danfoss' headquarters are still located right next door to the family farm which now houses the Danfoss Museum.
His family made many attempts to lure Mads into carrying on the farming tradition, but his fascination with engineering won over. Inspired by his great-grandfather who built pumps and spinning wheels in his workshop, Mads' passion for mechanics and the value of good craftsmanship grew stronger. In 1927, he earned his engineering degree and in a fateful move, started working with Brødrene Gram (Gram Brothers), designing components for refrigeration systems.


Fun Fact About HVAC Engineering 

It is difficult to find the history of first thinking about HVAC, but fact is that initially people were limited in ways to keep cool. Through out the history up 1900s hand fans were only the popular HVAC equipment. In the early 1900s, electric fans first appeared in U.S. homes.

The modern air conditioner was invented by Willis Carrier in 1902, and textile mill engineer Stuart Cramer. Air conditioning was first installed residentially in 1914; the unit was 7 feet high, 6 feet wide, and 20 feet long! The first modern  room air conditioner was invented in 1931 by  H.H. Schultz and J.Q. Sherman 

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