Until 1975 in Europe, internal tubes in small heaters were a tangle of bits of piping screwed onto cast iron fittings. As you can imagine, the costs to buy and install them were very high due to the possibility of leakages for each of the dozens of joints between the tube and the fitting. This made for an unbelievable amount of waste.
And it was because of this waste that TALT was born, thanks to an idea thought up by the engineer, Enrico Sebastiani, who at the time was a technical manager for the most important Italian producers of gas boilers. He just couldn’t accept that this mass of fittings didn’t work as they should.
So TALT started as a hobby, as a challenge to work differently from everyone else.
It started because of curiosity. Because of a dream. To solve two obvious problems: to reduce costs and to allow the easy installation and maintenance of boilers, without going mad.