Solar Atmospheres Constructs New Brazing/Assembly Room

December 27, 2019

Solar Atmospheres, Hermitage, PA, has completed construction of a new brazing and assembly room. Though built primarily to accommodate a large aluminum brazing project for a specific customer, the room also will be used for other brazing and assembly work. The temperature- and humidity-controlled room provides a clean environment for the critical assembly and alloying methods employed by Solar. All inventories of the clean components for final assemblies will be safely stored within the new space.

Bob Hill, president of Solar Atmospheres, states, “During successful development and prototype runs, our customer, along with Solar management, understood that in order to bring this critical aluminum brazing project to full production, a separate braze/assembly room would be needed. We worked together with our customer to develop the best space that is in close proximity to the vacuum furnace being utilized.”
Industry-Related Terms: Prototype
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See also: Solar Atmospheres

Technologies: Welding and Joining

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