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Companies starting with D

Deep Sea Electronics Plc

Deep Sea Electronics Plc

DSE has been designing and delivering market leading engine & generator control modules and accessories, ATS control modules and battery chargers for nearly 40 years. In the heart of North Yorkshire, England, DSE is based within state of the art premises that house both head office and manufacturing facilities. All products are manufactured on-site within our 17,000 Sq Ft facility that is home to five surface mount lines, automated testing equipment and a team of staff dedicated to producing products of the highest quality.

 

DEHN (UK) Ltd

DEHN (UK) Ltd

DEHN + SÖHNE are world leaders in Lightning and Surge Protection products and have found increasing success most notably in the renewable energy sector. This is due to manufacturers understanding the need for a class leading solution to protect their massive investments in clean energy.

Doepke UK Ltd

Doepke UK Ltd

Doepke have an established reputation as a specialist in the design and manufacturing of high quality RCCBs in Germany. Doepke UK stock wide range of non-standard devices including Selective, Type A, and Type B RCCBs. MCBs, switchgear and manufacture their own range of Consumer Units to the latest requirements of BS7671 Amendment 3.

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