Order for 4 BLUNOX systems for ESVAGT
20th of August 2015: The Danish ship owner ESVAGT has decided to equip their 3rd state-of-the-art offshore windfarm service vessel with BLUNOX SCR - the most compact and energy-efficient NOx reduction systems available. The vessel is of the type 832 SOV and will be equipped with 4x Caterpillar 3516C engines, which will be fitted with BLUNOX solutions enabling IMO Tier 3 compliance. The new building (BN 125) from the Norwegian shipyard Havyard Ship Technology are designed specifically to service offshore windfarms.
Read more about our BLUNOX SCR technology here
BLUNOX: Fathom CTech Technology of the Month
5th of August 2015: We are proud to announce that our BLUNOX SCR system has been chosen as 'Technology of the Month' by CTech (a product of Fathom, the maritime efficiency intelligence company).
Fathom comments: DANSK TEKNOLOGI's SCR system is particularly unique as it offers airless operation which eliminates the need for compressed air, flow dressers, exhaust gas mixers and a long urea injection pipe. Furthermore, there is no additional fuel consumption that occurs during functioning. The system’s few components ensure maintenance is kept to a minimum with retrofit to a ship relatively straightforward and low time-consuming.
Read more about our BLUNOX SCR system here
1st of July 2015: Mecanic Bo Fleckenstein is employed as Technician in our workshop.
4 year contract with SCR on Danish Navy vessels
16th of June 2015: After a successful EU tender, DANSK TEKNOLOGI has been contracted for all service on Diana Class SCR systems for the next 4 years.
This ensures optimum performance of the applications on board in order to minimize the NOx pollution.
BLUNOX System fitted on ESVAGT offshore windfarm service vessels
6th of March 2015: ESVAGT's new tailor-made Service Operations Vessels (SOV) which are designed specifically to service offshore windfarms far from land, are now contracted for two major projects.
"ESVAGT FROUDE" started on a contract for Siemens Wind Power in February. Her sister ship "ESVAGT FARADAY" is set to start in April.
Both vessels are fitted with BLUNOX solutions prepared for IMO Tier 3 compliance.
Apart from preparing the vessels for NOx-reduction, the scope of the building process has been to provide top-notch design giving maximum priority to safety, maneuverability, operational reliability, energy consumption and comfort under all conditions - waves, wind and weather.
1st of January 2015: M.Sc. Eng. Anders Sørup Nielsen is employed as Project Engineer.
BLUNOX SCR Systems retrofitted offshore on 'Mærsk Innovator'
1st of September 2014: For Maersk Drilling and a leading oil company, DANSK TEKNOLOGI has developed, manufactured, installed and commissioned a turn-key BLUNOX SCR catalyst solution for the drilling rig 'Mærsk Innovator'.
Down-time during installation on engines being retrofitted were less than 3 days end-to-end, and the NOx reduction on the fully installed system proved an impressive 97%.
No complete power-out during retrofit installation. 2 of 4 engines were always online and available during the installation.
Offshore urea container tank
18th of August 2014: DANSK TEKNOLOGI has developed a complete urea supply system in an independent tank for use in offshore BLUNOX SCR catalyst solutions. Capacity of 9,000 liters with day tank, buffer tank and urea filtration system. Made in stainless steel and built directly into a transport and storage friendly container frame.
The BLUNOX Urea tank is put into production and the first six systems have been delivered. The tank is designed according to and in compliance with DNV 2.7-1 and NORSOK R-002, and it has been approved by DNV GL and Lloyd's Register. The tank can be used for both new build and retrofit applications.
U.S. patent for sliding door system
17th of June 2014: DANSK TEKNOLOGI has invented a special Sliding Door System for flight kitchens which has been approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark authorities. The invention has been developed in cooperation with AIRBUS and is based on the aim of providing an improved sliding door system that is more lightweight and less mechanically complicated than conventional sliding door systems and therefore particularly well suited for use in an aircraft, in particular in the galley region of an aircraft. The Sliding Door System is an essential element of the flight kitchen concept SPICE Galley, for which DANSK TEKNOLOGI has also developed a number of other patented inventions.
The last 4 BLUNOX catalyst systems are packed and ready for ESVAGT
28th of May 2014: The last 4 BLUNOX catalyst systems (out of 8) are packed and sent to the Danish shipping company ESVAGT. The vessels, which are going to carry the catalyst systems in order to reduce NOx emissions, are designed specifically to service the offshore wind farms far from shore.
1st of April 2014: Jens Andersen Gad, M.Sc., Mech. Eng., has been promoted to Senior Project Manager.
Contact information for Jens and the rest of our team
The first 4 BLUNOX catalyst systems for the shipping company ESVAGT
3rd of February 2014: The first 4 BLUNOX catalyst systems (out of 8) are ready for the new offshore wind farm service vessels, owned by the Danish shipping company ESVAGT.
Chemical-free water purification - an export adventure for Adept
27th of January 2014: The Danish newspaper 'Børsen' has written an article on Adept, which initiates an export adventure with sales of water purifiers for dentists. The systems are based on a technology for chemical-free water treatment, developed by DANSK TEKNOLOGI.
New order for 8 BLUNOX solutions prepared for IMO tier 3 compliance
9th of January 2014: The Danish ship owner ESVAGT has decided to equip their new state-of-the-art offshore windfarm service vessels with the most compact and energy-efficient NOx reduction systems available. Each vessel will be equipped with 4x Caterpillar 3516C engines, which will be fitted with BLUNOX solutions prepared for IMO tier 3 compliance. The two newbuildings from the Norwegian shipyard Havyard Ship Technology, are designed specifically to service offshore windfarms far from land.
1st of November 2013: M.Sc. Eng. Martin Nissen Enemark is employed as Project Engineer.
Contact information for Martin og the rest of our employees
Datasheets on BLUNOX SCR components
16th of October 2013: Get detailed technical specifications on:
U.S. patent for folding trolley
3rd of September 2013: The invention of the collapsible/folding trolley for flight kitchens (Folding Transport Cart), which DANSK TEKNOLOGI has developed in collaboration with AIRBUS, has been approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark authorities.
In its collapsible 'parked' configuration the trolley takes significantly less space than an ordinary trolley, and is thus an essential element of the flight kitchen concept SPICE Galley, for which DANSK TEKNOLOGI has also developed a number of other patented inventions.
Bioreactor with unique features
22nd of May 2013: In collaboration with MC2 Biotek Group, we have developed the 3D ProtoTissue™ Bioreactor to be used for creation and cultivation of a broad range of 3D structures from immortal cell lines, biopsies, primary cells and stem cells. A total of 300 pcs. of the bioreactor have been manufactured and delivered by DANSK TEKNOLOGI during 2012.
Groundbreaking metrology tool for the semiconductor industry
10th of April 2013: In collaboration with CAPRES, we have manufactured and delivered an additional 8 sets of core modules for the microRSP A300 tool – the groundbreaking and leading metrology tool for in-line measurements of sheet resistance, essential for the semiconductor manufacturing industry. The tool has been developed with DANSK TEKNOLOGI as the lead technical advisor and developer of key custom mechanics.
Parasite concentration system
19th of March 2013: In collaboration with GRUNDFOS, we have developed a unique system for concentration of parasites in drinking water. The patent pending system is a key element in an automated system for detection of parasites and has great potential in online drinking water quality monitoring.
Automated sow feeding system
6th of March 2013: In collaboration with ASTUTE, we have developed and manufactured the mechanical hardware for a system for individual feeding of free range sows based on RFID tags and an innovative feeding strategy that significantly reduces feed waste and animal aggression. All 13 systems delivered for field test have operated successfully.
Framework agreement with Grundfos
14th of February 2013: Our longstanding cooperation with Grundfos on many successful projects has been further strengthened by entering into a framework agreement to secure a continuous cooperation at a substantial level.
New Year Greetings from DANSK TEKNOLOGI
29th of January 2013: Read our New Year Greetings 2013 to learn about our newest projects:
BLUNOX: Next generation NOx reduction for off-shore applications
23rd of January 2013: In collaboration with a leading rig operator and a leading oil company, we have developed a turn-key SCR catalyst solution for oil-rigs. Thanks to its Digital Airless Multipoint® technology, our BLUNOX SCR Systems fully meet the tough challenge posed by oil-rig gensets’ frequent engine load changes, which require fast, precise and dynamic urea dosing and injection.
We plan to manufacture and install the first systems in spring 2013.
BLUNOX SCR in World Fishing Today
21st of January 2013: Article about BLUNOX SCR in World Fishing Today. The article says: "... BLUNOX ...(...)... is based on the patented Digital Airless Multipoint technology, which makes BLUNOX the world's most compact, reliable and energy-efficient SCR system..."
BLUNOX SCR brochure for stationary applications
18th of June 2012: Download our new brochure about BLUNOX Digital Airless Multipoint SCR Systems for stationary applications. BLUNOX guarantees NOx reduction of up to 95% and NOx emissions lower than the strictest emissions legislation.
The brochure contains the following headlines:
Please contact us on +45 48 13 50 00 or firstname.lastname@example.org for the brochure in paper form.
DANSK TEKNOLOGI's 30th anniversary
1st of April 2012: DANSK TEKNOLOGI had 30 years anniversary on Sunday the 1st of April 2012. The day was celebrated with all employees on Friday the 30th of March.
DANSK TEKNOLOGI was founded by Thomas Lund in 1982. Since the foundation, the company has completed more than 850 development projects for leading Danish and international companies.
Approved by the French Research Ministry
28th of October 2011: Due to requests from our French clients, DANSK TEKNOLOGI once again applied for status as approved R&D organization in accordance with rules established by the Ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche. Originally, we were CIR approved for the period of 2008-2010, and now we have been approved for the years of 2011-2013.
Eco Council about cleaner shipping industry
27th of October 2011: The Eco Council has released a new report about air pollution caused by the shipping industry. The rapport says: ”... The shipping industry is responsible for around 90% of the global transport of goods. Hereby, the industry comprises the foundation of the continued growth of international trade. At the same time, however, the significant volume of the industry means that it contribute with around 3% of the global CO2-emmision. Hence, the shipping industry gives a siginificant contribution to the human-made global warming..."
New double order for BLUNOX SCR Systems
26th of July 2011: The Norwegian shipping company Skårungen has decided to equip their new state-of-the-art trawler "Malene S" with the most modern NOx reduction systems available. Malene S is build with two engines, which will both be equipped with BLUNOX SCR in order to minimize the NOx pollution at the most. Currently, the ship is under construction at Ciliktrans Shipyard in Istanbul, Turkey.
AIRBUS video on the effectiveness of SPICE Galley
24th of June 2011: In cooperation with AIRBUS, DANSK TEKNOLOGI has developed the innovative high-tech SPICE Galley. A new official AIRBUS video highlights a full-scale trial of SPICE, which underscores a reduction in preparation time and the galley system’s overall effectiveness.
Positive talks with Korean delegation
13th of May 2011: The BLUNOX team had the great pleasure of receiving the Head of the Korean Defence Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA), Dr. Dae-Lae Noh, on board the Royal Danish Navy patrol vessel "Havfruen". Havfruen is equipped with BLUNOX SCR Systems, which removes up to 95% of the toxic NOx emissions from the ship exhaust gas. The high-level visit to Denmark was headed by the Korean President Mr. Lee Myung-bak.
Brochure about BLUNOX SCR for marine applications
15th of January 2011: Download our new brochure about BLUNOX Digital Airless Multipoint SCR Systems for marine applications. BLUNOX eliminates up to 95% of the toxic NOx emmisions from the ship exhaust gas.
The brochure contains the following headlines:
Please contact us on +45 48 13 50 00 or email@example.com for the brochure in paper form.
BLUNOX SCR in Danish Maritime Magazine
2011: Article about BLUNOX SCR in Danish Maritime Magazine. The magazine writes: "... Innovative Danish company develops new SCR technology that eliminates up to 95% of NOx emissions from ship engine combustion. And retrofitting can be achieved without space problems. It may sound too good to be true, but the system has already been tested by the Royal Danish Navy (RDN), who has ordered retrofitting of 6 vessels bringing the total order from the RDN up to 12 SCR systems..."
BLUNOX SCR in World Cruise Industry Review
2011: Article about BLUNOX SCR in World Cruise Industry Review. The magazine writes: "... Since 1982, DANSK TEKNOLOGI has worked as a product development contractor to many of the world's leading companies... (...) ... Out of the extraordinary development environment has grown the patented airless BLUNOX SCR System... (...) ... The BLUNOX SCR System outperforms traditional air-assisted SCR systems and has several distinct benefits..."
Re-elected for the Federation of Knowledge Advisors
28th of October 2010: CEO Thomas Lund, DANSK TEKNOLOGI, is re-elected for the Federation of Knowledge Advisors in Danish Industry (DI) - a trade association and mouthpiece for more than 800 companies offering different kinds of knowledge and technology advice.
New Order for BLUNOX SCR System
11th of October 2010: Wanting to reduce the NOx pollution, Sandfrakt A/S has ordered a BLUNOX SCR System to be installed on the ship "M/V Nordholm". With the BLUNOX installation, up to 95% of the NOx emission is eliminated.
BLUNOX SCR on Berlingske Online
23rd of July 2010: Article about BLUNOX SCR in online version of the nationwide newspaper "Berlingske". The article says: "... Since last autumn, the Royal Danish Navy has tested a system, developed by DANSK TEKNOLOGI in cooperation with Grundfos and Haldor Topsøe. The system is able to eliminate most of the toxic nitrogen oxides from marine engines...(...)... The motors are around 20 years of age, but with the new system, the old engines achieve a better environmental standard than new diesel engines are able to..."
New order for BLUNOX from the Royal Danish Navy
24th of June 2010: The Royal Danish Navy has ordered BLUNOX SCR Systems for five additional patrol vessels. With the BLUNOX installation, up to 95% of the NOx emissions are removed. The ships "Freja" and "Nymfen" are to be refurbished in autumn 2010, and "Havfruen", "Diana" and "Najaden" are to be rebuilt in 2011. The order brings the total number of BLUNOX installations up to 13.
Another development project for AIRBUS
14th of June 2010: New agreement on cutting edge development work for AIRBUS. This time around the development of SPICE Galleys. The development project will be conducted during summer and autumn 2010.
BLUNOX SCR in Søværnet
April 2010: Article about BLUNOX SCR in the Royal Danish Navy magazine "Søværnet". The magazine writes: "... The results show that the system reduce the amount of toxic gasses more than new motors are able to. At DANSK TEKNOLOGI, who has developed the system in cooperation with Grundfos and Haldor Topsøe, the team is very satisfied with the result.
Grundfos BioBooster in Viborg Kommune
25th of January 2010: An installation of the compact and mobile wastewater treatment system Grundfos BioBooster is opening today in Viborg. DANSK TEKNOLOGI has been deeply involved in the development work from the idea phase to the building of prototypes.
Received statutory food registration
8th of January 2010: Companies that develop and manufacture machines and equipment for the food industry needs to be registered at the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration in Denmark. At the same time, they need to have a proved own-check programme. DANSK TEKNOLOGI has received the statutory registration.
Naming of the world's first "green" navy ship
12th of December 2009: Today, the Danish Minister of the Environment, Troels Lund Poulsen, named the Royal Danish Navy patrol vessel "Rota". Installed with DANSK TEKNOLOGI's BLUNOX SCR Systems for up to 95% NOx reduction, Rota is the first "green navy ship of the world.
EEP Award to NoNOx Urea Dosing System
2nd of December 2009: Grundfos' NoNOx urea dosing system has been awarded with the EEP Award 2009 by the European Environmental Press (EEP) Association. In cooperation with Grundfos, DANSK TEKNOLOGI has developed the system, which eliminates NOx emissions from diesel engines.
BLUNOX SCR on Ingeniøren Online
13th of November 2009: Article about BLUNOX SCR in the online version of the Danish magazine "Ingeniøren" (the "Engineer"). The article says: "... What is special is that it is a retrofit. DANSK TEKNOLOGI has done a fantastic job by using the catalyst as a silencer. When it can be done in such narrow circumstances as here, it is almost impossible to imagine where it can not be done..."
First NOx reduction system installed on ship
26th of October 2009: During the last two years, DANSK TEKNOLOGI has developed a unique SCR system for NOx reduction on marine applications. The first system has now been installed on a Royal Danish Navy ship (a patrol vessel in the Diana class).
Member of Green Ship of the Future
8th of October 2009: DANSK TEKNOLOGI is member of Green Ship of the Future - a collaboration between research and industry with the purpose of reducing CO2 emissions and pollution from ships. Green Ship of the Future brings the climate agenda in the maritime world into focus by making visible efforts and creating synergy and coherence between the different projects.
Member of central board in Danish Industry
29th of September 2009: CEO Thomas Lund, DANSK TEKNOLOGI, has become member of the central board in Danish Industry (DI). DI is the strong voice of corporate Denmark, and on the behalf of 10,000 member companies, DI works to provide the best conditions for Danish businesses in terms of growth and overall competiveness.
Elected as Gazelle 2009
23th of September 2009: Once again, DANSK TEKNOLOGI has been elected as Gazelle by the nationwide financial newspaper Dagbladet "Børsen" and "Soliditet". A gazelle is a company that has achieved positive growth in revenue or gross result every year during the last four financial years, and at the same time has more than doubled revenue or gross result in the concerned period of time.
Thomas Lund in Berlingske's "Profilen"
23th of May 2009: Article about Thomas Lund in nationwide newspaper. The article says: "... The world's first disposable insulin pen for Novo Nordisk, digital dosing pumps for Grundfos and a new drilling technology for A.P. Moller - Maersk. The inventions from Thomas Lund and his company DANSK TEKNOLOGI cover a wide field, and more conspicuous projects are on their way..."
DANSK TEKNOLOGI in Berlingske
23th of May 2009: Article in nationwide newspaper about DANSK TEKNOLOGI's development of innovative galley for AIRBUS. The newspaper writes: "... The company's close joint effort with AIRBUS started around four years ago, when the European airplane manufacturer contacted DANSK TEKNOLOGI. Normally, AIRBUS prefers to collaborate with large, broadly known companies, but highly unusual, the aerospace giant gave the small Danish company a challenge: The development of a high-tech, robust galley system that weights and takes up less space than existing galleys..."
Thomas Lund turns 60
12th of April 2009: CEO and owner Thomas Lund, DANSK TEKNOLOGI, turns 60 years today. At the age of 32, Thomas Lund founded DANSK TEKNOLOGI. He has been an active force for the company since the foundation.
Participated in international project for aviation optimisation
6th of March 2009: DANSK TEKNOLOGI has participated in the international E-Cab project ("E-enabled Cabin and Associated Logistics for Improved Passenger Services and Operational Efficiency"). The purpose of the project is to improve the operational efficiency and the service towards the travelling airplane passengers. The project has been done in cooperation with AIRBUS and other leading suppliers of the airline industry.
Achieved highest creditworthiness (AAA)
11th of November 2008: Once again, DANSK TEKNOLOGI has achieved the highest creditworthiness by the credit rating scale AAA® of Soliditet.
Approved by the French Research Ministry
9th of October 2008: Due to requests from our French clients, DANSK TEKNOLOGI once again applied for status as approved R&D organization in accordance with rules established by the Ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche. The approval has now been received for the period of 2008-2010.
BacTerminators on Berlingske Online
21st of April 2008: Article about BacTerminator in online version of the nationwide newspaper "Berlingske". In cooperation with Adept Water Technologies, DANSK TEKNOLOGI has developed the Bacterminators - a product line of electro-chemical water disinfektion systems.
DANSK TEKNOLIGI on Ingeniøren Online
18th of January 2008: Article about DANSK TEKNOLOGI in the online version of the Danish magazine "Ingeniøren" (the "Engineer"). The article says: "... Look closely at Novo's insulin pen. Can you tell that the developer wasn't Novo? No, right? Or what about Grundfos' latest dosing pump? Neither has this been developed by Grundfos solely. Common for the two products are an external product development company in the process. However, in the Danish public and in large part of the industry, these types of development companies are not very well known..."