ROTARY BRAZING MACHINES 

rotary.jpg (14233 bytes)The rotary table brazing machine has been designed to allow rapid brazing of copper/brass joints used in a variety of industries and also general spot heating and hardening. The heating section is gas fired and can be used with low pressure Natural gas or L.P.Gas. There are several models available with the main variance the number and type of heating stations, provision of air and water cooling, the automation of the process and the jig design. Various burner tip combinations are possible within capacity and other machine limits.

Australian Combustion Services Pty Ltd will provide an evaluation and recommendation from samples supplied.

 

 

PREMIX BURNER TIPS

premixt.jpg (12256 bytes)There are an assortment of burner tips available for the brazing machines with a variety of flame shapes.

All are classified as premix tips necessitating the appropriate air and gas-mixing device with individual air and gas control valves.

 

JIGGING

jig.jpg (15610 bytes)Australian Combustion Services Pty Ltd usually supplies full stainless steel jigging depending on the individual contract and the customer's capabilities.

Our jig designs incorporate several proven features to ensure fast changeovers, accurate positioning and solder run and multiple joint capabilities where possible.

The standard rotating machine arms incorporate a standardised jig base bar.

Two pins are used to enable fast jig changing and interoperability between machines and parts

 

PASTE BRAZING AND SOLDERING SYSTEMS

paste.jpg (11242 bytes)Automatic paste applicators provide accurate, repetitive positioning of braze paste on the joint.


These are usually fitted to rotary machines at a free station prior to the heating section but have also found uses in standalone systems.

 

 

 

 

INFRARED TEMPERATURE SENSING

ircontrol.jpg (7437 bytes)The most common method of cycling is using a timer to either remove the heat source or reduce the flame to a low setting.

A better, more accurate approach utilises an infrared temperature sensor interfaced with an accurate digital readout.

This is connected to the existing heat reduction or removal method.

 

 

irsense.jpg (5975 bytes)The sensor is positioned to monitor the actual joint temperature and ensure wastage is reduced. Changing ambient temperatures, product changeovers, set up times and unauthorised adjustment of the machines can cause waste. A more serious problem occurs if the alteration is not attended to and faulty product slips through unnoticed. Although the unit will automatically compensate the heat source for any departure from the required setting, an alarm can be connected to warn the operator.

 


Please contact Australian Combustion services Pty Ltd for more information.

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