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SMARTStart | Nuclear Accreditation

We are pleased to announce our SMARTStart™ System has passed the IEEE 344-2013 standard.

The TCL SMARTStart system for gas turbine DC starter motors is designed to address the issue of ageing starter systems which rely on electro-mechanical timers and DC contactors. Over time and continued operation these electrical devices become unreliable and spare parts are increasingly difficult to source; particularly those requiring 120Vdc operating voltages.

TCL receives new award

We are delighted to reveal that TCL has won an award from Corporate Vision for the 'Most Outstanding Gas Turbine Control Systems Specialist 2017'. This is the first time TCL has entered into their awards.

The winners are decided by a combination of votes gathered from respected industry partners and rigorous in-house research at Corporate Vision, performed by their dedicated network of industry insiders and corporate specialists.

TCL sponsors local football team

The Blaby & Whetstone under 6’s are looking smarter this season thanks to a donation from Turbine Controls Ltd.

This sponsorship has paid for new training kits for the team, with the players proudly carrying the TCL logo on the front of their shirts for the season.

Andrew Boulton-Briggs, Turbine Controls Director of Operations, said: “We are pleased to sponsor a team full of young and energetic individuals. As a company, we feel that is extremely important to stay actively involved with the local community”

New UK Website

After months of hard work, we are delighted to officially announce the launch of our new website.

Our goal with this new website is to provide our customers with an easier way to learn about how to retrofit, order spares and view our latest products. Our current clients will find useful information about our spare parts, training and repair services.

Motorcycle land speed record

TCL are pleased to announce their participation in the Motorcycle land speed record, 'The 52 Express'. The project is aiming to break the land speed record for two wheeled vehicles in the driven wheel category, i.e. not powered by exhaust gases from a jet engine or a rocket. The current record stands at 376mph and the aim is to exceed 400mph. The team is headed up by Alex Maxfadzean who is an ex GP sidecar racer and will be ridden by James Toseland who is an ex world superbike champion.

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