SECO/WARWICK to relocate a CAB line for customers

US Department of SECO/WARWICK Group has been selected to relocate a very large CAB line for a customer who purchased it with the intention of brazing their own heat exchangers. The CAB line will be a first for Cold Shot Chillers, as they have not previously conducted furnace brazing in house.

The Indexing CAB furnace has an overall load size of 48´´ wide × 100´´ long. The entire line, which measures 96 feet, includes a wet spray fluxer with blow off, load table, dry-off oven, entrance/purge chamber, convection furnace, atmosphere air cooling chamber, final air-blast cooling chamber, and final unloading table. In addition, there is a power panel, a control panel, and an atmosphere scrubber.

The controlled atmosphere brazing () process heats a product to brazing temperatures while maintaining uniform temperatures within the product in an oxygen-free nitrogen atmosphere. The SECO/WARWICK design allows OEMs and aftermarket specialists the flexibility to produce a wide variety of sizes and types of heat exchangers on a daily basis.

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