Heat Exchanger and Combustion Chamber

As we have said before, no job is too big or small for us and the diverse nature of our client base and their projects has once again been evidenced this week.

In our last blog we spoke about our work with a company who make giant lego models. After finishing this project we started on a build for an airfield.

This project involved the construction of a heat exchanger unit. The details of the build were as follows:
We used 316 grade Stainless steel which was programmed, lasered and then folded before beingĀ tac welded and then fully welding.

Whilst this was being manufactured a combustion chamber was also being constructed using 316 grade stainless steel and 40×40 angle steel. This was also lasered, programmed, rolled and folded. It was then fully welded with the frames drilled and tapped by hand.

This was then added to the heat exchanger and fitted to the combustion chamber base. The project was completed on time, on budget and to the specification required.

We cant wait to see what our next project is and how different it maybe to this one!

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