HISTORY

tradition with a
future perspective

1865

What started as a small non-ferrous foundry in the iron city of Siegen, soon began to take on quite different dimensions. Pvroduction was expanded to include blast furnace fittings and rolling mill bearings as well as metal castings – later also in three newly founded branches in Lorraine, Belgium and Mähren (Austria, later Czechoslovakia).

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1936

Nevertheless, the company was not spared the consequences of political upheavals and wars. At the end of the First World War, the works in Öttingen, Lorraine, and St. Léger in Belgium were lost as was the Witkowitz works in Mähren, one of the most important fitting factories in Czechoslovakia, at the end of the Second World War.

1936

1945

Much energy had to be invested in the restoration of the Siegen works that had been utterly destroyed during the war. However, business went up and DANGO & DIENENTHAL continued to provide specialized solutions to its customers within the metallurgical industry.

1945

1982

In 1982 DANGO & DIENENTHAL restarted to found subsidiaries in different parts of the world in order to serve strong and growing local markets: South Africa (1982), North America (1986), Japan (1999) and India (2001). In 2003 the former competitors DANGO & DIENENTHAL and PAUL WURTH of Luxembourg merged their activities in the fields of cast house equipment and blast furnace measuring technology. The new joint company developes and markets the corresponding products under the name TMT – Tapping Measuring Technology.

1982

today

Making a name in europe

In 1982 DANGO & DIENENTHAL restarted to found subsidiaries in different parts of the world in order to serve strong and growing local markets: South Africa (1982), North America (1986), Japan (1999) and India (2001). In 2003 the former competitors DANGO & DIENENTHAL and PAUL WURTH of Luxembourg merged their activities in the fields of cast house equipment and blast furnace measuring technology. The new joint company developes and markets the corresponding products under the name TMT – Tapping Measuring Technology.