Bronswerk Heat Transfer has a long track record regarding the use of exotic materials in the products they design and manufacture. We know all the tips and tricks when it comes to working with these types of materials. Particularly welding requires special care due to the nature of these materials.
The process starts with a good and well thought-out (thermal) design. We optimize the (mechanical) design so that the number of welds and weld thickness and heat input is minimized. The fewer welds the better. Headers can be machined from a forged block of material instead of welding plates to form a square box, or complex forgings can be manufactured in close cooperation with our trusted and distinguished partners.
Any remaining weld is handled with great care. We can rely on hundreds of welding procedure specifications made for a wide range of exotic materials, such as (super) duplex, alloy 625, 800, 825, nickel and even titanium for various welding processes. We have these welding procedure specifications and welders are certified according to ISO 15614, ASME IX or HP5/3. We will continue to extend this range for any project, if needed. We understand that the use of the right shielding gas, filler metal and heat input all contribute to a high-quality weld.
We can extensively test weld coupons, mockups and production welds to secure the quality is maintained during the production process.
We are entirely focused on delivering a high-quality product, with optimal corrosive, erosion, high pressure and extreme temperatures absorption properties.