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Water Hammer: The True Cost

You’ve heard us mention water hammer before, and this won’t be the last time. We thought it was about time, though, for an in-depth look at the risks and problems of water hammer vs. the time and effort involved in preventing it. For some time, water hammer was thought of as an unavoidable problem: irregularities […]

DFT Valves at MINExpo 2012

The home of places like the Golden Nugget, Las Vegas was probably the perfect locale for MINExpo 2012, taking place September 24th through 26th. The Convention Center hosted mining equipment manufacturers like Caterpillar, Komatsu, and, of course, DFT Valves, for the opportunity to showcase some of their (and our) signature products for mining firms large […]

Valves 101 Comes to Denver

This week in Denver, CO, Arie Bregman from DFT Inc. will again be presenting at the VMA’s Valves & Actuators 101 Seminar. Aimed at opening up the world of valves and actuators, and their applications, to young engineers and students, the sessions consist of experts in the field sharing their vast experience and knowledge, preparing […]

The Newest Member of the DFT Family: The Doosan Puma 700

Who doesn’t love a new piece of machinery for the shop? Here at DFT Valves, we’re excited to announce the addition of the Doosan Puma 700 turning center to our in-house valve machining capabilities. As you can see, it’s a pretty serious piece of equipment. The picture below shows the new Doosan at work, machining […]

Saving Salmon with a Simple Water Valve

At DFT, we know that high quality water valves can do many different things. However, one story out of Auburn, California caught our eye. It seems that a man by the name of Robert Hane has found a way to use a water valve to help bring more water to the local salmon and steelhead […]

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