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DTL Appoint New General Manager

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We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Jeff Twilton into the position of General Manger with immediate effect. Based at our Head Office’s in Eastwood, Nottingham, Jeff will be responsible for the for the strategy, planning and management of all UK Operations across multiple teams to ensure that orders are executed effectively and… Read more »

Details of our next Event

We will be at the Hilton Americas, Houston, Texas, USA, between 4-7 November 2019 to showcase our specialist expertise in dampers specially engineered for Sulphuric Acid Plant Gases.   Visit us on Stand 15a in Houston for the world’s leading sulphur and sulphuric acid event.  We will be showcasing dampers for applications involving process gases… Read more »

BREXIT Preparations

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Statement on DTL’s BREXIT preparations BREXIT (the UK’s exit from the European Union) may raise concerns and questions with some of our customers and suppliers.  Therefore, the below is an overview of DTL’s plans to manage and avoid any disruption, as a result of a mutual deal or in the event of a no deal… Read more »

DTL Devil’s Cycle Team hit their fundraising target!

The Total is in……! The DTL Devil’s Cycle Team hit their target and raised an amazing £1035 from on and offline donations for taking part in the Cycle Live Nottingham event on 23rd June 2019. They took on the ‘Little John’ (100 miles) and The ‘Sheriff’ (125 miles) to raise money for the Nottingham Hospitals… Read more »

DTL India achieve a Technical Milestone

Guillotine Testing India

We are proud to announce that our India Subsidiary, Damper Technology India PVT Ltd, have achieved a technical milestone by demonstrating 99.95% sealing efficiency (on flow) on a guillotine damper, recently engineered for an Indian Power Plant with a plant capacity of 2 off 660 MW. The damper solution was required by one of the… Read more »

The DTL Devils take on The Sheriff!

An energic team of (young) men, from the project execution and design team, named The DTL Devil’s, will be taking part in the Cycle Live Nottingham/The Great Nottingham Bike Ride on Sunday 23rd June 2019 to raise money for Nottingham Hospitals Charity.  They will be pushing themselves to do The ‘Little John’ (100 miles) and… Read more »

DTL India’s Bi-Annual Dealer Meeting in Goa!

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DTL India, in conjunction with Orbinox India, held its 8th meeting with distributors from 25 different regions last month. The DTL Dealer Meet is organised once every two years and participation has grown, with nearly all DTL dealers attending this year.  The objective of the event is to join forces and reinforce company growth, while… Read more »

DTL involved in emissions reducing project at Bełchatów Power Station, Poland

Bełchatów Power Station

After two years of negotiations, Damper Technology Ltd (DTL) together with Polish partner, InterApp Polska, have been selected to design and manufacture replacement tandem multilouvres dampers. The package of 7.5m x 7m dampers will significantly reduce emissions at the Bełchatów Power Station, Poland, the largest thermal power station in Europe, and second largest fossil-fuel power… Read more »

Images from a recent Multi-Louvre Inlet/Bypass Damper FAT Test

Inlet /Bypass Damper

Customer and End User Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) on a recently completed project for an Opposed 3 Blade Multi-Louvre Inlet/Bypass Damper, to be installed into a Gas Turbine Combustion Exhaust Waste Heat Recover Unit (WHRU) with an operating gas temperature of 460 Degrees C.   Each Damper assembly measuring approximately 3m x 3m is designed… Read more »

Custom Damper Solution for modulating flow through orifice in ducting

Our Canadian facility have recently designed and manufactured a specifically designed reduced orifice damper that will modulate flow through a 22”x 22” orifice, in a 48”x 24” duct at a Paper & Pulp Plant in the USA. Some industrial processes create conditions in ducting layouts where it is difficult to accurately modulate the flow …. Read more »