Delta “T” Systems Offers Ventilation Options

Delta “T” Systems is offering several products that make it a one-stop source for engineered engineroom ventilation.

Uniquely designed Delta “T” Systems Moisture Eliminators extract mist and corrosion-inducing salt. Its Louvered Closures have a hidden integrated damper, and its Marine Vent Grilles are completely passive. All are available to fit requirements for a small yacht to a large commercial vessel.

In the event of a fire, the advanced A-60 Rated Marine Fire Damper provides failsafe lockdown operation. Similarly, Weather Closures and rectangular and round Dampers remotely shut-off ventilation when desired.

Air is moved within the vessel via any number of fans. Delta “T” Systems offers centrifugal blowers and fans, for AC and DC axial and inline duct applications. Each is designed from the ground up for marine use instead of being a repurposed industrial product.

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Fans and adjustable vents are regulated by pioneering Delta “T” Systems AC and DC control systems. Models range from basic rheostats to state-of-the-art fully automatic versions.

Delta “T” Systems innovative Head Vent System uses a single high-performance blower to extract air from up to four separate toilet compartments. Fully automatic, the system is quiet and compact to fit into existing designs.

Finally, engine combustion is off-vented through Dinak modular dry exhaust. Unlike traditional welded black pipe, the insulated stainless steel sections fit together with a unique engineered clamping system. This makes it 70 percent lighter and faster and easier to install. Delta “T” Systems is the exclusive Dinak representative for North, Central and South America.

Delta “T” Systems is the global leader in engineroom ventilation for commercial, military and recreational boats, and its products are made in the United States. They meet all expected type approval needs and have been installed in more than 18,000 vessels worldwide.