Dantec Dynamics as we know it
today has its roots in the “Electronics Department” established by Dansk
Industri Syndikat (DISA) in 1947.
DISA became interested in
electronics – a completely new field in those days – as early as the 1930s. A
few years later, in 1943, four Danmarks Radio employees set up a laboratory to
undertake development projects in the field of low-current electronics.
DISA became interested in the
laboratory’s activities, which complemented the work that it was itself
involved in, as well as its future plans. The four colleagues moved their
laboratory to DISA’s premises. The company’s electronics activities were
gathered in the Electronics Department in 1947 – now considered the year Dantec
Dynamics was born.
The department very soon began to
develop a wide range of high-quality products for use both in medicine and the
measurement of pressure and rotation. One of these early products, DISATAC,
measures rotation in turbochargers and is still sold to the marine and offshore
During the 1950s, the company
developed its knowledge and expertise in flow measurement – know-how that
provided the foundations for Dantec Dynamics’ current position as the world’s
leading supplier of instrumentation for flow measurement and particle characterisation.
Since then, Dantec Dynamics has
continued to innovate and deliver groundbreaking products to companies and
institutions around the world.