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Systèmes de thermorégulation

Fluid Thermal Control industry :

Strategic Issues

The thermal regulation of fluids finds its outlets in two complementary fields of application: automotive and sanitary.

Automotive technological changes imply changes to the cooling systems of engines and gearboxes:

  • improved reaction times.
  • corrosion resistance.

The growing demand for sanitary standards means that products designed for this sector must take greater responsibility for the environment by banning certain metals such as arsenic and lead.

In this competitive and globalized market, innovation remains an essential lever for understanding these transformations.

Fluid Thermal Control industry :

 

Strategic Issues

The thermal regulation of fluids finds its outlets in two complementary fields of application: automotive and sanitary.

Automotive technological changes imply changes to the cooling systems of engines and gearboxes:

  • improved reaction times.
  • corrosion resistance.

The growing demand for sanitary standards means that products designed for this sector must take greater responsibility for the environment by banning certain metals such as arsenic and lead.

In this competitive and globalized market, innovation remains an essential lever for understanding these transformations.

Fluid Thermal Control industry :

 

Constraints

Our customers specializing in the production of parts for the fluid thermal control sector have to deal with high volumes and ever-increasing quality requirements. Only the mastery and stability of the processes over time can guarantee the final quality of the products.

 

The lengthy process of validations and approvals makes for a long development for new products.

Designing it right the first time is therefore a crucial criterion for the success of our customers.

During the design process, the acute constraints of space constitute an opportunity to offer innovative solutions to our customers.

 

To preserve the quality of the environment and public health, our customers must comply with the RoHS requirements adopted by the European Union and ensure compliance with these by their partners.

Fluid Thermal Control industry :

 

Constraints

Our customers specializing in the production of parts for the fluid thermal control sector have to deal with high volumes and ever-increasing quality requirements. Only the mastery and stability of the processes over time can guarantee the final quality of the products.

 

The lengthy process of validations and approvals makes for a long development for new products.

Designing it right the first time is therefore a crucial criterion for the success of our customers.

During the design process, the acute constraints of space constitute an opportunity to offer innovative solutions to our customers.

 

To preserve the quality of the environment and public health, our customers must comply with the RoHS requirements adopted by the European Union and ensure compliance with these by their partners.

Fluid Thermal Control industry :

 

Our Solutions

Through its functional / process / quality approach, our integrated Design Office allows us to reduce development times and, if necessary, to design our own specific means.

For more than 40 years, our know-how in the fields of bar turning and grinding as well as our mastery of finishing operations (sandblasting, tumbling, sorting) have allowed us to increase our responsiveness and improve cost control...

 

Here are examples of parts we manufacture for the fluid thermal control industry: Guides, Cups, Mechanical Thermostat, Electrical Valve Thermostat etc.

 

  • Raw Materials: Stainless steel (1.4305 ...), Brass (CW603N, CW614N ...), Lead-free brass ...
  • Characteristics of the parts: tolerance +/- 5 μm (0.005 mm), roughness (Ra <0.4), max Ø: 51 mm.
  • Lot size: 2,000 to 400,000 parts.

Fluid Thermal Control industry :

Our Solutions

Through its functional / process / quality approach, our integrated Design Office allows us to reduce development times and, if necessary, to design our own specific means.

For more than 40 years, our know-how in the fields of bar turning and grinding as well as our mastery of finishing operations (sandblasting, tumbling, sorting) have allowed us to increase our responsiveness and improve cost control...

 

Here are examples of parts we manufacture for the fluid thermal control industry: Guides, Cups, Mechanical Thermostat, Electrical Valve Thermostat etc.

 

  • Raw Materials: Stainless steel (1.4305 ...), Brass (CW603N, CW614N ...), Lead-free brass ...
  • Characteristics of the parts: tolerance +/- 5 μm (0.005 mm), roughness (Ra <0.4), max Ø: 51 mm.
  • Lot size: 2,000 to 400,000 parts.