TIG welding in manufacturing: advantages and tradeoffs

Posted by Ben Smith, CWI on Nov 11, 2020 9:36:34 AM

Gas-tungsten arc welding (GTAW), or more commonly, Tungsten Inert Gas welding (TIG), is a method of arc welding named for the non-consumable tungsten electrode used during the process. TIG welding isn’t the best option in some industries, but as coil manufacturers, it makes sense for us.

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Topics: Gas Compression, Military, Food Storage & Processing, Power Generation, Heat Exchangers, Nuclear Products, Expertise, Quality, Reliability, Engineering, Turbine Inlet Air Cooling and Heating

Other than copper and aluminum, what materials are used to build heat exchangers?

Posted by Super Radiator Coils on Sep 8, 2020 8:27:34 AM

In many of the industries we serve, heat exchangers made with copper tubes and aluminum fin are extremely popular, and very often, these materials are a terrific choice. But copper and aluminum aren’t suited for everything. At Super Radiator Coils, the needs of many of our customers often dictate that we explore and understand alternative materials.

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Topics: Gas Compression, Military, Power Generation, Coils, Heat Exchangers, Nuclear Products, Expertise, Quality, Engineering, Turbine Inlet Air Cooling and Heating

Surface treatment of stainless steel: pickling, descaling, passivation

Posted by Super Radiator Coils on Apr 22, 2020 3:49:44 PM

We get asked a lot of questions about the passivation of stainless steel welds. Oftentimes, customers want to know what passivation is. Others ask if it’s necessary. Given the number of factors that such a decision hinges on, Super Radiator wants customers to understand the benefits of passivation, and also understand what’s involved in the larger process of treating stainless steel surfaces.  

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Topics: Food Storage & Processing, Power Generation, Heat Exchangers, Nuclear Products, Quality, Engineering

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