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  • Fire protection of valuable artifacts

    Published 26 October 2017

    Have you ever wondered how fire safety is… View

    Have you ever wondered how fire safety is ensured in historical buildings?

    During the International Water Mist Association conference in Rome (25-26 October 2017) , Antonio Terio, country manager at Danfoss Semco explained about the many benefits of using high-pressure water mist technology for the protection of shopping centres build in a historical city. 14000 m2  representing  La Rinascente, the beautiful shopping centre in Rome, have been converted from traditional sprinkler technology to Danfoss SEM-SAFE® high-pressure water mist technology for fire fighting. The shopping centre situated in the heart of  Rome, La Rinascente, is truly special because ancient ruins combine in an elegant way with modern elements design to create a charming environment that could not be disturbed by any other installations.  Not only that the SEM-SAFE® high-pressure water mist system blended very well with the architectural features and requirements, but many installation and construction obstacles were successfully overcome by using the Danfoss fire fighting system, e.g  with SEM-SAFE® there was no need for a water reservoir normally required by a traditional system, thus saving valuable space. Click hereto download the presentation and learn more about Danfoss SEM-SAFE® fire fighting in La Rinascente.

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  • High-pressure water mist for metro stations

    Published 2 August 2017

    Better fire protection for metros and suburbain rail… View

    Better fire protection for metros and suburbain rail

    Our society is characterized by a transportation system that expands daily, contributing to our modern living. In some of the biggest metro stations in the world, millions of people transit every hour. In such crowded places, ensuring people’s safety can be a challenge. The passengers only transit the area, most of them without knowledge on what are the fire escape procedures. Metros are also poorly ventilated, which can easily lead to radiant heat and smoke being amplified. It is a prerequisite for metros to be equipped with a reliable fire protection system that will make evacuation of people possible and facilitate the access for the fire fighting crew. Rigorous tests have proven that SEM-SAFE® high-pressure water mist system is the optimum fire fighting system for protecting these critical transit areas.  Marton Horvath, Country Manager at Danfoss Fire Fighting, presented the test results and benefits of SEM-SAFE® for metro stations and suburban rail at the RIFA Annual General Meeting.

    Danfoss Fire Fighting attends RIFA Annual General Meeting

    RIFA (Rail Industry Fire Association) Annual General Meeting was held on the 14th of July 2017 in London. The main objective of RIFA is that of knowledge and best practice sharing in the field of fire safety for the railway industry. As a voice for norms concerning fire safety, the association's annual meeting serves as a platform for experts to meet and discuss fire safety. The event was very well attended and included a number of presentations and a fire test in the Burn Hall. Marton Horvath has chosen as a case study the famous Budapest Metro system, which is protected by a SEM-SAFE® high-pressure water mist system. Fire test for cable tunnels and under carriage space protection demonstrated the excellent properties and benefits of SEM-SAFE®. To learn more, see our video: High-pressure water mist for suburban rail and metro stations by clicking hereMarton Horvath, Country Manager at Danfoss Fire Fighting, explains the benefits of SEM-SAFE® high-pressure water mist at RIFA Annual General Meeting
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  • Positive outlook in the marine segment following Nor-Shipping 2017 exhibition

    Published 1 August 2017

    Danfoss successfully participated in the international maritime event… View

    Danfoss successfully participated in the international maritime event Nor-Shipping, held in Oslo, Norway, on May 30th – June 2nd, 2017. Although the marine and off shore industry is currently facing tough market conditions, this did not impact the visitor numbers significantly, which were on par with Marintec 2015. 900 exhibitors from 48 countries were represented at Nor-Shipping, and 15,000 visitors from 75 nations made the trip to Norway.

    Thank you for visiting Danfoss at Nor-Shipping 2017

    The great engagement of the many visitors was also felt at the busy Danfoss booth. The Danfoss team would like to thank everyone who visited our booth on the Nor-Shipping exhibition this year. We were happy to see your interest and participation at our two marine seminars, and we enjoyed engaging with all of our customers and business partners in discussions around the challenges and opportunities that characterize the marine market today and in the future.

    Committed to marine applications

    With great team effort and cooperation between the participating segments to align key messages and activities to interest and attract visitors throughout the fair, the results are also showing in the follow-up activities list. Danfoss participated at this year’s Nor-Shipping with representation of Danfoss Fire Fighting, Power Solutions, Drives and Industrial Automation. Danfoss seminars was a great initiative at Nor-Shipping 2017 to engage with customers and prospects. “Improving efficiency, safety and reliability”  is a philosophy at Danfoss, where our customers are a priority.
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  • Best training today meets future challenges

    Published 17 March 2017

    The fire fighting market in China is changing… View

    The fire fighting market in China is changing at a fast pace. Danfoss Semco aims to be always prepared to meet the new market demands. Through an efficient business and management system, Danfoss Semco offers 100% support to its sales team and Partners in the Chinese market.  Keeping a strong Partners network in China is the result of a very close collaboration with the Partners and a good communication platform. In first quarter of 2017,  Danfoss Semco has successfully completed an intense training with all the Chinese partners at the Danfoss Semco Tianjin factory. Mr. Zhu Steven, Sales Director for the Chinese market, together with his professional and knowledgeable sales team have provided comprehensive training in high-pressure water mist for fire fighting to all Partners, tackling both sale and technical aspects. The seminar was a success with mutual benefits: Danfoss Semco obtained market knowledge, allowing for better decisions making, while the Partners gain valuable insights into the Danfoss Semco products.  
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  • Pro-active assistance for vessel owners and operators

    Published 16 March 2017

    Over the last 12 months, Danfoss Semco has… View

    Over the last 12 months, Danfoss Semco has been updating its data base of vessels which has Danfoss Semco fixed fire fighting systems installed onboard. The new data base ensures that we assist those vessel owners and vessel operators in a more pro-active and solution orientated way, says Andrew Bates. For our contract customers, the new data base helps in keeping their vessel or fleet of vessels in good operational conditions with respect to the fixed fire fighting system. We expect to have more vessels and fleets of vessels signing service contracts with us once they see the benefits of this updated data base, Henrik Bygbjerg explains.
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  • We embrace diversity

    Published 20 February 2017

    With the current global turmoil and increasing nationalism… View

    With the current global turmoil and increasing nationalism we praise our diversity in nationality, age, religion and gender.

    Danfoss Semco systems are used world-wide. From Canada to Australia, from the artic to South Africa. Our environment is truly global and so are our customers. Naturally our organisation should reflect this. Contrary to resent movements that alienate specific nationalities and foreigners in general, we embrace diversity. We believe that different cultures as well as diversity in background, nationality, gender and age provides a much more dynamic and inspiring workplace. Being inspired and working in a non-homogenous environment provides better and safer solutions for our customers. When we hire new employees, we select candidates based on competences, values and strong business ethics. This is the only way to foster superior performance. Our ambition is to be successful, not as a result of tariffs and trade barriers, but because we understand the customer and provide the right, easy and safe solution. We will make the world a safer place and hope our customers will see Danfoss Semco as the No.1 choice. Danfoss Semco employees (from right to left): Tom Lauritzen, General Manager (Denmark), Andrew Bates, Sales Manager (England), Fadel Abdullah, Foreman stores (Iraq), Aleksandra Bjerringholm, R&D Engineer (Poland), Brian Andersen, Worker (Denmark), Rashid Haddadi, Business Development Manager (Iran), Maria Salcudean, Marketing Coordinator (Romania). 
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  • Winning orders in the marine market

    Published 7 February 2017

    A positive start to the new year In… View

    A positive start to the new year

    In the current market, it is always positive to present new orders. During January 2017, the marine division in Danfoss Semco has won orders for three new tanks. The Chinese shipowner Anji Automotive Logistics has taken the option for the second vessel in the series of 3800 PCTC built at Jinling Shipyard in China. The order for low-pressure CO2 has been awarded to Danfoss Semco as was the case for the first vessel in the series. The Belgian shipowner Cobelfret has ordered two Ro-Ro vessels at Uljanik shipyard in Croatia, and Danfoss Semco has been awarded the contract to deliver low-pressure CO2 systems for these vessels. The  low-pressure CO2 tank in the Danfoss Semco production.
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  • Danish seminar on hospital fire fighting with water mist

    Published 18 January 2017

    The Danish Forum for Hospital Technology and Architecture… View

    The Danish Forum for Hospital Technology and Architecture (FSTA) puts emphasis on water mist fire fighting systems for hospitals.

    FSTA’s president, Kaj Hyldgaard, estimates that water mist systems will be the most commonly used in fire fighting of Danish hospital buildings going forward.

    The seminar will provide various contributions on approvals and rules, and function based fire demands. Danfoss Semco’s country manager Lasse Laustsen will present the difference between water mist systems and traditional sprinkler systems. The seminar is finalised with a common debate.

    Building owners, service personnel, contractors, fire consultants, component suppliers and others with interest in the area, are welcome to join the seminar.

    The seminar will be held:

    February 2nd 2017 at “HUSET” in Middelfart, Denmark from 9.30-15.00.

    Please find the full programme  and book your ticket here(in Danish)

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