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Dallan Spa - 35 years as a benchmark in roll forming sheet metal

24/04/2013

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Dallan Spa was established in March 1978 by Sergio Dallan who, after working as engineer in a company that used roll formers, completed his studies at university with a study on the behaviour of materials in roll forming. Mr. Dallan developed a special algorithm to design sets of rollers for light-gauge metal profiles.

Although Dallan started out as a design and engineering office, by 1979 it began to manufacture its first machines. The next few years were spent studying and manufacturing roll formers for all types of profiles ranging from 0,2 up to 5 millimetres in thickness.
In 1984 Mr Dallan limited the gauge to a range between 0.2 and 2 mm, which brought Dallan Spa recognition as a specialist in the roll forming of light-gauge materials first in Europe, then worldwide. Infact, the Dallan international trademark is currently registered and protected in more than 80 countries.
In its 35 years of business the Dallan group has manufactured more than 2700 production plants and created more than 7000 different profiles for its customers.
In the last few years Dallan Spa has honed its expertise in 12 sectors associated mainly with the building trade: plasterboard profiles, T-bars, open-cell ceilings, Venetian blinds, roller shutters, angle beads, doors, roller shutter doors, shutter boxes, metal furniture, special profiles, profiles for double glazing, light fittings, HVAC.

The company’s mission is the following:

Dallan Spa operates on the international market to provide its customers with services, machines and easy-to-use technologies to manufacture excellent quality products from light-gauge metal coils.

This principle of excellence guides our management, commercial, design and engineering decisions as well as the selection and administration of human resources, suppliers and the materials used in the making of our machines.

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