Production

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Production.

Steel panel radiators "Lidea" are made of two stamped mirror symmetric sheets from high-quality cold-rolled steel in thickness of 1,2 mm according to EN 10 131. On perimeter sheets are roller seam welded and between vertical water channels sheets are spot welded. The step between vertical water channels makes 33,3 mm. Convectors from a steel sheet in thickness of 0,4 mm according to EN 10 131 are welded on panels from the back side directly to external walls of vertical water channels by spot welding. Radiators "Lidea" are welded on the modern welding line from the leading European manufacturer. The given process is automated completely and controlled with a computer.

Each radiator "Lidea" after welding is checked on strength and leak tightness with air pressure 1,3MP and then gets on the automatic painting transfer line.
 

 

Painting process.

Painting process consists of following consecutive stages:

After degreasing, etching, phosphatizing and passivating treatment radiators are dipped into water-soluble primer.

A layer of powder enamel of white colour RAL 9016 is put with a method of a pneumoelectric spraying with the subsequent roasting at temperature 200 - 220 °, then radiators are cooled.

The cooled products get on an assembly and packing sections.

 

 

Packed.

Radiators "Lidea" are packed into bubble wrap. Radiators corners are protected with the plastic corners. Branch pipes of radiators are closed with plastic plugs. Atop radiators are packed into shrink film. A set of fastening is packed and delivered together with each radiator.

The set of fastening consists of 2 wall brackets and hardware to them, a plug and a air-release valve at length of a radiator from 400 to 1700 mm. The set of fastening consists of 3 wall brackets and hardware to them, a plug and a air-release valve at length of a radiator from 1700 to 3000 mm.

Each radiator "Lidea" is delivered with a UPC code in EAN/UNISCAN coding system.

 

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