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Boiler Maintenance Season is Here!

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That was one long winter. Many parts of the U.S. had snowfall into the last few weeks of April, and the below average temperatures are still lingering in some regions. As we slowly transition into spring and summer, many overused boilers, especially on university campuses and in commercial buildings, are ready for annual inspection and… Read More

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DFT Inc. Headed to Eastern Gas Compression Roundtable (EGCR)

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DFT Inc. is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 2013 Eastern Gas Compression Roundtable (EGCR). The EGCR event runs May 14th through May 16th at their Annual Conference to be held at Robert Morris University in Moon Township, PA.

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DFT’s ALC and WLC Wafer Check Valves

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Water hammer and reverse flow can be ongoing issues for large buildings and industrial piping. In the majority of cases, an unreliable double door or butterfly check valve was utilized and the results are these damaging issues. Double door or butterfly check valves often times incur failure of the door spring or hinge pin; leakage… Read More

Come See DFT Inc. at Booth #300 at the Energy Generation Conference 2013 in Bismarck, ND

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Regular readers of our blog know that PDC (Pulse Dampening Check) check valves from DFT Inc. are ideal for energy generation applications. At the 2013 Energy Generation Conference in Bismarck, ND, we’ll be exhibiting our line of valve products for energy infrastructure, and taking the opportunity to meet others in this booming industry . This… Read More

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Desalinization: The Fresh Water Revolution

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As worldwide economies continue to grow and globalization increases, the same issues as always arise. Growing, wealthier populations need more food, more shelter, and definitely more fresh water. Many such places, like those in the Middle East or Africa, have little access to fresh water, instead relying on ever-depleting sources like ground water.