A big shout out to Sally for completing the London Marathon!
DTL recently showcased their DNV Approved range of Marine Scrubber Dampers at the SMM (Shipbuilding, Machinery and Marine Technology) trade fair which this year was held in Hamburg, Germany.
Mark George appointed to the board of DTL in the role of Sales & Operations Director.
DTL are pleased to announce that our range of Marine Dampers have received DNV-GL approval for use in SCR and exhaust gas systems onboard ships.
DTL achieve SafeContractor accreditation.
DTL supply more than 200 combustion air dampers to a global leader in waste-to-energy.
The decision made by the UK to leave the European Union, or ‘Brexit’ as it has become known, has inevitably led to some uncertainty from our business partners.
However, you need not worry! Read more to see how we have prepared.
The orders are for a mixture of Dampers manufactured in materials such as Super Duplex, Stainless steel 304H and a variety of Carbon Steel grades tailored especially to suit the exacting requirements of our customers process and ensuring that our Dampers shall remain corrosion free and reliable for many years. DTL’s Acid Resistant Dampers offerContinue reading “Passing The ACID TEST”
The Indian power industry segment is actively implementing Flue Gas Desulphurization Systems to treat flue gas, cleaning their emissions and protecting our environment. These systems require large dampers due to the high gas volume flow rate to be handled. DTL India have already supplied many dampers for this application, with many more currently under manufactureContinue reading “DTL India provide guillotine dampers for large scale FGD applications.”
Production has continued during the pandemic, herewith an example of a recent project executed for one of the leading global EPC companies from our facility in India. This Gas biasing damper with control duty is vital for plant performance. It is powered by multiple electro-hydraulic actuators and features blades produced from material which withstands erosion,Continue reading “Performance Critical Dampers for Indian Power Plant”