Tuesday, February 18, 2014

News: Tan Delta to keep Komatsu working

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Expanding Rotherham firm, Tan Delta, has signed an agreement to supply global equipment manufacturer, Komatsu with real time oil condition monitoring solutions.

Based in the AMP Technology Centre on the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP), Tan Delta Systems design and manufacture state of the art oil quality sensors and associated products that are used in the heavy engineering sector to reduce downtime and waste.

Japan's Komatsu Limited is the world's second largest manufacturer of construction equipment and mining equipment.

Tan Delta will provide Komatsu with oil quality monitoring sensors and accessories to enable a variety of oils to be constantly monitored, in real time, on large vehicles operating at mines. The sensors are expected to contribute towards a significant reduction in operating costs through extended service intervals and reduced breakdowns.

Chris Greenwood, managing director at Tan Delta, said: "This is a very exciting deal for our company. This will see our world class technology being used by one of the world's leading manufacturers of heavy plant equipment.

"I am also pleased to announce that due to our expanding activities we are looking to expand our team and have started a recruitment drive."

Tan Delta uses patented technology to design, develop and manufacture a range of highly accurate oil and fuel condition monitoring products that are used in a range of critical plant equipment, from engines and gearboxes to pumps, compressors and hydraulic systems. The sensors detect any damage being caused to the oil by checking all of the most common wear mechanisms in real time.

Tan Delta website

Images: Komatsu

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