Thermal Treatment Center
Brazing and Metal Treatment
Walker Heat Treat
- Resistance Welding (Spot, Seam, Projection)
- AC7110/4S Rev A Nadcap Suppl Audit Criteria for Resistance Welding
- Supplement B - Induction
Metallic Substrates - Corrugated and Honeycomb
We began by forming metallic honeycomb substrates for jet engines in the early 1980s. Over the years we've formed metals to all thicknesses. Now we work with customers to design and manufacture substrates in all shapes and forms to meet emissions compliance needs.
Honeycomb brazing covers a wide variety of sizes, shapes and applications. Pre-fixturing and proper alloying techniques are key to success. We design and manufacture metallic substrates for all types of pollution control applications including: .
For years, ceramic has been the substrate material of choice for exhaust purification systems. So why Metallic?
Advantages of metallic substrates include:
High Mechanical and Thermal Durability
Excellent Conductivity means Faster Startup, Less Chance of Overheating
Thin Walls of Substrate means Exhaust Flow is Less Restricted
More Cost Effective due to Excellent Durability
Fabrication of Corrugated / Honeycomb Metal Substrates:
Use in all types of pollution control applications
Custom Forming including a wide variety of widths, shapes, lengths and cell sizes
from 50 to 600 cells per square inch (CPSI)
Steam Oxide Coating (Oxidizing)
Brazing, Pinning, Resistance Welding