According to the company, the unit will oscillate the torches across the joint and/or rotate the part for uniform heating, reducing labor and alloy costs while improving cosmetics and joint strength. The operator simply loads a part and pushes a button. All of the timers are preset, and the part is brazed exactly the same way every time. To change parts, the user simply resets the timers, drops in a new fixture, and replaces the manifold.
The company also offers a line of fully automatic and semi-automatic systems designed to braze a variety of parts made from copper, brass, steel, and aluminum. The line of equipment ranges from low-volume, single-station work cells designed for multiple parts with quick-change tooling and manifolds to dedicate, high-volume, multi-station machines.
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