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In addition to the manufacturing of high-frequency finned tubes, Delfin Tubes offers its customers the manufacturing of finned tubes by laser welding, for increased efficiency and higher quality.
This laser welding production line was developed by our engineers combining both our large experience manufacturing extended surface and the most modern laser technology available in the market.
Our highly qualified staff is the best ally for your projects. High technology, adequate facilities, absolute dedication to quality assurance and a privileged geographic location.
Our capabilities have been recognized by leading international engineering organizations. Explore this site and discover why should you trust Delfin Tubes, S.A.
We’ve finished the manufacturing of two furnaces composed of 4 radiant coils that will be delivered in Stenungsund (Sweden) throughout this month.
The coils have been placed in cages and shrink wrapped in order to facilitate handling and protect them during transport.
Its dimensions are quite remarkable, since we talk about structures that exceed 15 tons and are more than 10 meters long and more than 5 meters wide.
Delfin Tubes has received support from the European Union, through the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER) and the Principality of Asturias, through IDEPA, for the realization of an R & D Project that allowed the development of a new Technique for the production of welded tubes by laser welding, and the subsequent surface treatment thereof. This project allows Delfin Tubes to offer to the market an improved product in terms of thermal efficiency and resistance to corrosion, thanks to the reduction of the fin pitch, the use of new materials and the application of innovative coatings. In short, offering new advantages and alternatives to the industry thanks to the use of state-of-the-art laser technology, which takes this product to higher levels of quality than any existing manufacturing process.