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Delta “T” partners with German company

Delta "T" Systems is partnering with Witt & Sohn to expand its services to all types of vessels.

"The alliance with Witt & Sohn will strengthen the Delta "T" Systems line, as well as greatly benefit the marine industry," company president and owner Lynn Oien said in a statement. "It will increase our ability to offer highly beneficial ventilation packages that streamline the new build and refit processes, while providing vessel owners substantial cost savings on fuel and a reduction in emissions."

Based in Germany, Witt & Sohn has a reference list of more than 40,000 industrial projects, including some 15,000 ships, 450 naval vessels, 400 tunnels and 30 nuclear plants. The company has the capability to manufacture virtually any size fan or blower.

This will open doors for Delta "T" Systems on board craft 300 feet and up, according to the company.

Delta "T" Systems offers complete systems, as well as fans, blowers, dampers, closures, moisture eliminators, vents, controls and accessories. Its products are found in commercial, military and pleasure boats around the world.

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