Out of the curve with no loss of cross-section and no burrs

Efficient for tight pipe coils with the new pipe bending/forming system from transfluid

Wherever boilers let warm water flow or heat exchangers do their energy-efficient work, pipe coils are needed as system components. But before the coiled pipes are ready to use, the outlets have to be machined, precisely and with no loss of cross-sectional area. For this challenge, the solution finders at transfluid Maschinenbau GmbH put their right-hand/left-hand bending machines to use in a specially developed system.

Measure, position, bend

The coiled material is first placed into a measuring device by a robot. Here, the exact diameter and length of the pipe coil is entered that define the orientation and position of the outlets. Then the machine positions the component in accordance with the measured data, then bends the pipe ends with an impressive ovality of less then 5 percent. The outlets are absolutely precisely positioned and can be installed directly in the boiler.

Double-tight

After bending, the pipe coil is moved into a fully automated processing system. This system cuts the pipe ends without burrs, and axially form a cone. A frontal sealing surface for flat-sealing elements is also attached as a conical thread cut. This combination makes it possible for the customer for this special transfluid system to seal both frontally and on the threads. Another decisive advantage of this advanced process: The processing of extremely thin-walled pipe is supported, and all processes are completed without burrs. That ensures clean fabrication and optimum efficiency in the production process.

 

transfluid Maschinenbau GmbH
transfluid is sought after worldwide as a partner for manufacturing tube bending machines and tube processing machines. Since 1988 transfluid has been further developing its technologies for tube machining, so that it can provide customer-oriented, tailor-made solutions – for plant and machine construction, the automotive and energy industries, shipbuilding and medical device manufacturing. As a world-renowned brand, the company from Germany is present in Europe and with its subsidiaries in Asia.

www.transfluid.de

Contact:

Stefan Köhler
PR/Media

s.koehler@psv-marketing.de