Transfer system brazing plants are often the ideal solution for a large scale production of bulky parts. The work-pieces are straight-line moving through the heating stations.
This gives the advantage, that the brazing torches can be positioned to the braze parts very close, with that increasing the intensity of the heat source. A higher intensity of the heat source means shorter heating times, resulting in a high production volume.
These systems furthermore provide enough space to install additional stations for mechanical processing or washing and cleaning after brazing. We offer different types of Transfer-Systems.
Linear conveyor belt brazing machines
A conveyor belt carries the braze parts with constant speed through a flame field. Here, the parts get steadily heated until the braze rings are completely melted at the end of the heating area. After leaving the heating zone, the parts cool down at the belt.
A conveyor belt transfers the braze part into the brazing station While the coil assembly is resting in the brazing station at a fixed position, the servo axis attached burners travel along the coils to braze the return bends one after another.
Workpiece pallets, positioned unattached on two constantly moving belts or braking roller chains, are used to transport the workpieces. The workpiec pallet is stopped by stop gates at stations (areas for for manual work or automatic stations for heating, cooling or processing), while the conveyor continues moving. Several workpiece pallets can be built up in front of certain stations, to form small buffers. Once the processing stage at a station is completed, the workpiece pallet is released to travel on to the next work station.
Workpiece carriages, being attached to a drag chain, are used to transport the workpieces through the stations.