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ALL-IN-ONE MULTI-PURPOSE ULTRA-HIGH TEMPERATURE PERFLUOROELASTOMER

DANCO INDUSTRY is proud to present to you the ultimate ‘next generation’ perfluoroelastomer, offering a combination of excellent chemical resistance and ultra-high temperature stability at +327°C, simultaneously extending the operating limits in all aspects.

This special material has been formulated to provide increased resistance to a broad range of chemicals by carefully controlling the molecular architecture. In addition, this perfluoroelastomer has low permeability and as a result, it is less prone to swelling, leading to extended inservice performance in, for example, valves, pumps and mechanical seals.

Ultra-High temperature perfluoroelastomer with excellent chemical resistance is suitable for both dynamic and static applications and can be fully moulded into O-rings any size up to 2.5m and custom shapes.




HIGH-TEMP LEED-FREE FLUOROELASTOMER (FOR BIOFUELS)

A peroxide-cured tetrapolymer formulated for high performance sealing applications in today’s aggressive industrial environments.

This special material been developed to provide outstanding resistance to solvents, fuels, hot water and steam ranging from +150°C to +250°C.

It also offers superior resistance to acids, oils, coolants and hydraulic fluids, making it ideal for use in fuel systems, chemical processing equipment and certain critical diesel engine locations.

Alternative to lead-containing (litharge-cured) steam resistant grades.

Check our activities on: http://www.dancoindustry.com/technology/hightempfkm




LOW TEMPERATURE ED RESISTANT HNBR for OILFIELD INDUSTRY

DANCO INDUSTRY is proud to present to you a new technology peroxide cured hydrogenated nitrile elastomer compound. It is specially developed for high pressure applications to reduce the risk of rapid gas decompression seal failure and maintain resilience at low temperatures of -55°C.

The low temperature ED resistant HNBR has been specifically developed for Explosive Decompression (ED) resistance. It meets the requirements of the industry standards ISO 23926-2 and NORSOK M710 unlike conventional low temperature HNBR materials. This unique combination of properties enables this special material to be used in many types of oilfield equipment.

Applications could include valves, downhole tools, drill bits, subsea equipment, wellhead, and other surface equipment.

Check our activities on: http://www.dancoindustry.com/technology/lowtemphnbr




IS IT CRITICAL ? CALL US NOW !

Our core operations are closely connected to sealing systems technology development and materials capability knowhow. We are partners to organisations seeking practical support to solve a challenge – be it manufacturing, processing, evaluation, failure analysis or optimisation.

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DO YOU OPERATE IN COLD ENVIRONMENT?

We offer low-temperature NBR one of its kind, that is capable of retaining its elastomeric properties at temperatures as low as -60°C. This revolutionary material allows engineers to extend the effective limit of their equipment in low temperature applications.




ARE YOU MANUFACTURING SEMICONDUCTORS ?

Semiconductor production environments represent some of the most aggressive environments encountered by seals. Seals have to be made of ultra-pure materials, survive extreme temperatures and a mixture of fluorinated gases. For these reasons, seals for the semiconductor industry are at the cutting edge of material technology. We cover a range of specially developed high performance materials for use in critical semiconductor environments.

The relentless drive to improve productivity and increase wafer yields has resulted in increased process temperatures, use of more aggressive gases and increased plasma density, all of which place escalating demands on current sealing technology. Perfluoroelastomers compounds have been created to withstand temperatures up to 330°C in aggressive media such as activated fluorine-based chemistries.  

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DO YOU NEED HAZARD PROTECTION ?

We supply superior high performance rubberised fabrics for chemical and fire protection equipment. A wide range of material fabrics with chemical and mechanical outstanding performance characteristics, suitable for use in finished products of different rubber applications, which conform to critical requirements and guarantee for hazardous protection use.




DO YOU WORK WITH NUCLEAR RADIOACTIVITY ?

We offer a wide range of materials, which are suitable for use with ionising radiation and hazardous materials, including industry-accepted EPDM, Nitrile, FKM and Polyurethane grades.

We have expertise and capabilities in the design and development of seals for high containment applications - from material process through to transportation and storage.

Check our activities on: http://www.dancoindustry.com/industry/nuclear




ARE YOU ON THE ROAD ?

Sealing technology has a crucial impact on heavy trucks and busses system performance. Service life and reliability of what is often considered a simple component can make all the difference to your products and operations.

We offer seals for the transportation industry. We are a reliable partner for advanced sealing solutions in regards to cars, light vehicles, heavy trucks, buses, two-wheelers and railways.

We supply radial lip shaft seals for rotor systems, engines, gearboxes, transmissions, auxiliary power units, etc. Our custom designed products have the ability to carry heavy loads while absorbing, dampening and/or controlling large deflections occurring simultaneously in several directions.

The performance and service life of your trucks and busses is directly related to the sealing solution technology which we choose together.




DO YOU CARE ABOUT LIFE ON EARTH ?

DANCO INDUSTRY ‘Fit and Forget Bearing Solution’ is 100% ecological...

We offer marine bushes from material which has been specifically developed for water lubricated rudder.

Our ‘Fit and Forget Bearing Solution’ is 100% ecological, and it has been tested and proven to offer superior performance in terms of wear, extended life and low shaft wear over other water lubricated bearing materials.

The advantages of our solution is: High load capability, Approved for wet and dry operation, Very low stick - slip, Short delivery time (repair 48 hours), Good elasticity, Dry, oil, grease, water operation, Can be freeze fitted, Compressive Strength (flatwise) > 330 N/mm2, Compressive Strength (edgewise) > 150 N/mm2, Very low swell, Low wear characteristics - long life, Maintenance free, Good dimensional stability, Competitive price, Environmentally friendly.




DO YOU FEEL THE RISING CHALLENGES OF OIL & GAS ?  

Meet the OIL & GAS challenges of the most inhospitable operating environments in the world, encountering explosive decompression, sour gas, extreme temperatures and aggressive chemicals.

We supply components into a wide range of applications, including safety critical rubber/metal bonded blow-out preventor seals, low friction sampling cylinder seals and fully moulded O-rings up to 2 metres in diameter for use on pipe couplings and large pumps.

We offer components with high sealing efficiency for systems operating in environments with high temperature combined with high pressure such as ultra-deep water drilling to 210 MPa (30,000 PSI) and 260°C.

Our broad range of compounds allows our engineering teams to specify the right solution for every sealing system. Elastomers typically used in this industry include NBR, HBNR, fluoroelastomer (FKM - copolymers, terpolymers & tetrapolymers), Kemex™, Aflas® and perfluoroelastomer (FFKM). Explosive decompression (ED) resistant grades are available in Aflas®, FKM and HNBR.




DO YOU HAVE A COFFEE AND JUICE IN THE MORNING ?

We offer a full range of sealing technology for food and beverages manufacturing industries where both mechanical and chemical properties are crucial, and hygienic sealing capability is critical. Our material grades include EPDM, Nitrile, Silicone, FKM and FFKM, which have been specially developed to withstand steam-in-place (SIP) and clean-inplace (CIP) procedures within pipework and vessels. In addition, many of these materials are compliant with the requirements of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States Pharmacopeia - Class VI (USP Class VI) and 3-A Sanitary Standards.







ARE YOU OPERATING IN WINTER ?

We offer low-temperature, explosive decompression resistant, FKM of its kind that is capable of retaining its elastomeric properties at temperatures as low as -51°C. This revolutionary material allows engineers to extend the effective limit of their equipment in low temperature applications.






DO YOU KNOW HOW WE CARE FOR YOUR HEALTH ?

We offer a full range of sealing technology for pharmaceutical and bio-analytical industries where both mechanical and chemical properties are crucial, and hygienic sealing capability is critical. Our pharmaceutical material grades include EPDM, Nitrile, Silicone, FKM and FFKM, which have been specially developed to withstand steam-in-place (SIP) and clean-inplace (CIP) procedures within pipework and vessels. In addition, many of these materials are compliant with the requirements of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States Pharmacopeia - Class VI (USP Class VI) and 3-A Sanitary Standards.





ARE YOU OPERATING IN "Extreme Winter & Chemical Durability"

We offer low-temperature, explosive decompression resistant, FKM of its kind that is capable of retaining its elastomeric properties at temperatures as low as -46°C (-51°F). This revolutionary material allows engineers to extend the effective limit of their equipment in low temperature applications.






DO YOU KNOW WHAT IS Explosive Decompression ?

Explosive Decompression - permeation of a gas into an elastomer under high pressure. It may not result in any long term effect provided the pressure is released gradually, allowing the gas to permeate out of the elastomer. However, if the pressure is released rapidly, the pressurised gas can expand explosively, rupturing the elastomer in a catastrophic manner. We offer a number of materials which have been formulated to be resistant to explosive decompression including ...Aflas®, FKM and HNBR. We work with a laboratory which posses one of the most advanced explosive decompression testing units in Europe. Capable of testing seals of various geometries up to 10,000 psi, under varying compression, over any desired cycle/time within a temperature range from subzero up to +250°C. With pressure, temperature and pressure release cycles simulating actual field operation, independent testing can be carried out to confirm the performance of seal types and grades before installation.





IS YOUR APPLICATION AS HOT AS WE SEAL ?

We offer an EPDM sealing material which performes at a maximum temperature rating in anaerobic steam up to 288°C, and may be used in short durations up to 315°C (600°F) in steam. This performance greatly exceeds standard EPDM materials.

Additionally, we provide a broad range of FFKM, resitant both to high percentage chemicals saturation (including methanol and sour gas), and extremely high temperature to +325°C.




ARE YOU SEALING CHEMICALS AT LOW TEMPERATURE ?

Low temperature performance of elastomer seals is becoming more important with the commercialisation of oilfields in cold locations, such as in Alaska, the North Sea and Russia. Traditionally, FKM seals have not been recommended for low temperature dynamic applications below -30°C (-22°F). This is due to the Glass Transition Temperature (Tg) of most low temperature ED resistant FKM elastomer formulations. The Tg is the temperature at which an elastomer changes its physical pr...operties from elastic and pliable to rigid and brittle and, as a result, loses its sealing ability. Any movement of either the seals or the mating surfaces of the equipment at this temperature could result in damage to the seal surface in the form of cracking or splitting. High pressure has the apparent effect of increasing the Tg of an elastomer; as a general rule, for every 5 MPa (725 psi) bar increase in pressure, the Tg increases by 1°C. This has significant implications for engineers involved in the selection of elastomer seals. For example, an elastomer having a Tg of -30°C (-22°F) at atmospheric pressure, would in effect have a Tg of only -20°C (-4°F) when the pressure acting on the seal is increased to 50 MPa (7250 psi).





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DANCO INDUSTRY Ltd. is a privately held corporation engaged in Design Engineering and Marketing of Sealing Systems for large OEMs throughout the Eastern & Central European region.









Over 100 business to business meetings at the second
Meet the Members event


Over 100 business to business meetings were held at the second Meet the Members event organized by the BBBA on June 25, 2015. The event was attended by 20 business representatives and individual BBBA members: Leinonen Bulgaria, CIBank, Grafixoft, Accedia, Danco Industry, Galardo Real Estate, HRG Bulgaria, Digimark, Adrio Consulting, ATS, Klett, TAB, Certasig, CMS Cameron McKenna, Tectrice Consult, UKTI, Matrix Relocations, IHR. The companies participating had the opportunity to meet at least ten fellow BBBA members at tete-a-tete meetings and elaborate in detail on their business activities and prospective partnerships. All participants shared positive outcome from this format with pure business approach.

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Facts About Bulgaria Probably You Didn’t Know

1. Bulgaria is the only country in Europe that hasn’t changed its name since it was first established. This happened in 681 AD.

2. Bulgarian Language is a Southern Slavic language with about 12 million speakers mainly in Bulgaria, but also in Ukraine, Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey, Greece, Romania, Canada, USA, Australia, Germany and Spain. 

Bulgarian was the first Slavic language to be written.

3. The oldest gold treasure in the world was found in Bulgaria in Varna Necropolis (near the city of Varna in 294 graves were found 3000 gold objects dating back more than 6000 years).

4. The Bulgarian folk song “Izlel e Delyu Haydutin” by the Bulgarian folk music singer Valya Balkanska was sent in deep space on the board of the US Space Probe – Voyager I, as part of a collection of our civilization’s finest cultural artifacts – a message to an alien intelligence.

5. Lactobacillus Bulgaricus, the bacterium that is responsible for giving Bulgarian yoghurt its unique flavour and consistency, can be found only in Bulgarian air.


7. John Vincent Atanasoff was a physicist and inventor of Bulgarian descent, best known for inventing the first electronic digital computer.


6. The Bulgarian army has never lost a single flag in battle.

8. Nearly one third of Bulgaria is covered in forests. Watch bits of Bulgarian nature, accompanied by the famous song "Prituri Se Planinata" by Stefka Sabotinova.

9. The roses grown in Bulgaria’s “Rose Valley” produce most (70-85%) of the world’s rose oil for perfume industry.

10. The Bulgarian Orthodox Church is the oldest Slavic Orthodox Church.

11. With the accession of Bulgaria to the EU on January 1, 2007, Cyrillic became the third official alphabet of the EU.

12. The Cyrillic script was developed in the First Bulgarian Empire during the 9th century AD at the Preslav Literary School by disciples of the Greek brothers Cyril and Methodius. The Bulgarian Saint Clement of Ohrid is often associated with the creation of the the Cyrillic.

13. The first air-dropped bomb in Military History was developed by the Bulgarian Air Force during the first Balkan War and was used on October 16th, 1912 by Lieut. Radul Milkov and Lieut. Prodan Tarakchiev.

14. Stefka Kostadinova won the high jump of the World Championships in Rome with the sensational 2.09 metres. It has been 28 years since then and no other woman has managed to match or beat this record.

15. Another world record is hold by Yordanka Donkova in 100 metres hurdles. With time of 12.21 min. this record hasn’t been broken for 27 years.

16. Ivet Lalova is the only athlete, who following a 2 years break of her sports carrier - due to a heavy leg injury - has achieved the recognition of being the European Champion of 100 meters and the world's fastest white female. According to leading specialists in the sports medicine - this is a world precedent.


17. Yordan Yovchev is the only athlete in the world, who has participated in six consecutive Olympic Games from 1992 to 2012.


18. In 1976 UNESCO declared the ancient Bulgarian calendar as the most accurate in the world.


19. Rayna Kasabova was a Bulgarian air force pilot and the first womаn in the world who participated in a military flight.

20. Junior Eurovision 2015 in Sofia: The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is entering its thirteenth edition celebrating the best young European singers and songwriters. The 2015 edition will be hosted by BNT Bulgaria on 21 November 2015 in the Arena Armeec!