Delta T Systems, Gulf Coast Tours

Friday, March 27, 2009

Taking the show on the road, Delta T Systems' new Demo Trailer relieves the burden of attending trade shows and seminars in order to learn about advances in marine engine room technology.  The company began the year with a 1,000 mile demonstration tour along the Gulf Coast.  The second tour will start in April and leave from New Orleans, Louisiana.
 
"The concept is simple," said company president and owner Lynn Oien.  "Instead of expecting busy marine engineers, navel architects and yard personnel to drop what they're doing and seek out our products, we come to their places of business and give them an in-depth demonstration."

The fully-functional, 20 ft Demo Trailer is a collaborative effort between the recently established Global Marine Alliance partners, Delta T Systems, Marine Exhaust Systems and Sea-Fire Marine.  It contains each company's innovative products, from engine room ventilation and diesel exhaust to fire detection and suppression.

Together with Donovan Marine, Delta T Systems plans to develop other regional demonstration programs in the future, visiting customers across the country.  Boatbuilders and operators interested in inviting Delta T Systems to come visit should contact the company directly. 

(www.deltatsystems.com)

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