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Danfoss Semco wants to drive change

Published February 16, 2016

Understanding the customer’s need is paramount

Have you ever wondered if anyone would have suggested developing a mountain bike to the dying bicycle sector years ago or if a customer would have told Apple to develop an IPAD? Not likely.

Danfoss Semco wants to drive change in a very conservative market. To develop and introduce new ways to solve old challenges. This means we must cooperate closely with our customers, but we must also be prepared to challenge their assumptions. To push the boundaries and find solutions that are more effective, simpler and more cost effective.

An example is the use of our low-pressure CO2 systems in large container vessels. Nobody had done this before Maersk and Danfoss Semco introduced this on the Triple E vessels in 2013.

Another example is the design of inverted or upright water mist nozzles for parking garages. Again Danfoss Semco is the first on the market.

Throughout 2015 we have hosted a range of seminars across Europe for consultants, engineers and architects to introduce the water mist technology. To take the dialogue and develop a common understanding of the many benefits for building design and protection. We look forward to seeing many more during our 2016 seminars.

Seminar Wembley stadium

The latest  seminar was located at Wembley stadium and was focused on “Benefits of high-pressure water mist systems in commercial applications”

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