Global ventilation fans and systems manufacturer, TLT-Turbo GmbH, has announced the redesign of its Auxiliary and Booster fan range. Developed in close collaboration with clients, the new designs address both efficiency
The contract was secured in October 2018, with commissioning due to begin in July 2019. TLT-Turbo Africa was appointed by DRA Projects, who are handling EPCM (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Management) on the project. DRA managed the tender process and are currently overseeing the execution phase.
Following the launch of the TLT-Turbo Africa, in Q2 2018, German based ventilation firm, TLT-Turbo (GmbH), has concluded the consolidation of several South African based operations to become the continent’s first and only complete, turn-key mining, energy and industrial ventilation solutions provider.
Cement fans, being part of complex and customised ventilation systems, require permanent R&D activities concerning all aspects of design. Wear is one of the essential challenges in this technically demanding environment. Accordingly, different solutions of surface anti-wear protection coating systems have been investigated and developed by TLT-Turbo
TLT MechCaL and TLT ACTOM will now be known as a single entity; TLT-Turbo Africa. The new brand is line with the global identity of the German parent company to both firms, TLT-Turbo. “The re-branding of these separate entities will allow us to strengthen our offering across Africa,” says Managing Director, Luther Erasmus.
TLT MechCaL, who have POWERCHINA owned German company TLT-Turbo as their majority shareholder, have been researching and implementing the use of various Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastics (CFRP), generally referred to as composite materials, in their fan designs for over a decade. The use of these materials and