When paired with technology in the Danfoss Multi Ejector Solution, CO2 can enable refrigeration systems to outperform traditional HFC systems in terms of energy efficiency in all climate zones, while reducing environmental impact.

The use of CO2 as a refrigerant was previously limited to cooler regions, or required complex, expensive systems.  But with the Danfoss Multi Ejector Solution it's a truly global solution.

Now even the hottest regions like the Middle East, Southern and Latin America, Australia, and Asia can enjoy all the benefits that CO2 has to offer.

This includes valuable energy saving potential up to 18 per cent annually compared with a CO2 booster system.

Food retail director of segment marketing at Danfoss, Hans Ole Matthiesen, said CO2 has a bright future as a refrigerant in this industry.

"It is natural and environmentally benign, with virtually no direct climate impact when used as a refrigerant," he said.

"The Danfoss Multi Ejector Solution makes it easy to gain all the benefits of using CO2. It makes it possible to save energy in all climates, reduce refrigeration platform complexity and not least, reduce the carbon footprint of the system.

"That's why we love CO2."

To help spread the word, Danfoss is offering some exciting opportunities to customers, business partners and the public.

"Our Mobile CO2 Training Unit is on a world tour, providing in-depth training and certification to industry professionals," he said.

"We also have online classes about CO2 theory, use and safety available for free on Danfoss Learning, our digital education portal.

"We're excited to be able to make all of our CO2 solutions, including the Multi Ejector Solution, available worldwide."

The Multi Ejector Solution is what makes the use of CO2 as refrigerant in transcritical CO2 refrigeration systems possible.

It consists of two products: a Multi Ejector and the AK-PC 782A Pack Controller.

By uniting the two great products into one best-in-class solution, professionals all over the world now have the chance to harvest the numerous benefits of using CO2 as a refrigerant.

Learn more about the Multi Ejector Solution at

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