Laser Channel Plates

heat exchanger, heat transfer fluid, heat recovery unitSingle Embossed Tank Components: Why Laser Welding?

• Product side surface is free from pitting, pocking and discoloration.
• Welding is performed from one side, opposite from the product contact surface. This maintains the chemical and physical properties of the material after welding.
• The inside of a laser-welded jacket is as clean as the material prior to welding.
• Higher pressure rated heat transfer surface using thinner material.
• Less chance of post production leaks due to high inflation pressures.
Higher heat transfer coefficients at lower flow rates.
 • Capabilities: Welded widths up to 84 inches, lengths up to 30 feet, top sheet thickness up to 12 gauge, and bottom sheet thickness up to 1 inch.

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