The production of air conditioners and the design of air conditioning and cooling systems necessarily passes through the assembly and junction of pipes, fittings, valves, heat exchangers and expansion vessels, which constitute the beating heart.
The materials used (base metals) are mainly copper, brass, steel and stainless steel, and in general all non-ferrous metals. Because they are particularly suitable for the transport of water, gas and other types of fluids and to come into contact with so-called food products. Moreover, they are very ductile and “ecological” materials that offer numerous connection configuration possibilities.
To join these tubes we do not speak of welding (ie TIG, MIG, MAG), but brazing..