What is happening in Poland? – by Juho
April 28, 2011 | Posted by: admin | 0 Comments
I just returned from 1.5 week’s visit to Poland. The primary motive for 2000 km and 9 b-to-b meetings was to discuss with the representatives of local military-, mining- and construction industries on how they see the prospects for different materials in heat exchangers now and in the near future.
Even though local agriculture sector has extensively turned into brazed aluminium radiators, intercoolers and oil coolers, more robust heavy-duty sector is still gearing with copper-brass coolers, strongly. These OEMs are aware of the intense environment where their products are being used. Heat exchanger systems are exposed to unclean cooling liquid, harsh and corrosive operational environment and human factors.
What do I mean by that? Increasing productivity objectives combined with the lack of proper maintenance tools and conditions force OEMs to use extremely high safety factors at product design stage. When it comes to heat exchangers, CuproBraze alloys have been tested and approved to tolerate even hardest operational and environmental conditions. A good option with CuproBraze is to start from the aftermarket, by offering customers CuproBraze alternative to let them see by themselves what added-value a more reliable heat exchanger system has to their business.