“Four major challenges” for Compressor Manufacturers
To make the compressor components closely connected, the welding process is bound to be careful. At present, refrigerator compressor manufacturers are facing four major challenges in the welding problem.
First, the problem of employment.
Second, the quality of welding.
Third, cost control.
Fourth, the environment of welding.
In the face of these challenges, many domestic compressor manufacturers supplying to well-known refrigerator brands such as Midea and Haier have coincidentally given the heavy responsibility to Heron to provide and implement solutions.
First of all, for quality, Heron's compressor welding line uses resistance welding process to solve the problem of partial welding and hair pulling of compressor copper tube from the welding method and improve the qualified rate of products.
The finished welded products are tested, the compressor's bracket and foot can withstand directional repeated knocking without falling off after welding. The copper tube can withstand directional and fixed-amplitude repeated bending without breaking or cracking after welding. The sealed terminals use a hammer to knock until the glass body is broken, the terminals will not fall off.
Secondly, the whole welding line provided by Heron, which only needs 2 workers for loading and boxing, can achieve a capacity of about 13,500 sets/18 hours and reduce labor cost.
At the same time, the whole line of welding without welding slag and spatter, the workshop working environment is neat and safe, and the employees' recognition of their jobs and enterprises will be improved.
Welding controller, control board, transformer
Finally, the "brain" and "guts" of the equipment, controller and transformer are independently developed by Heron; the core "joints" of the equipment, fine parts are independently produced by Heron; the "skeleton"of the equipment, the main force structure is welded with thick steel plate, which has high bearing strength.
With the cooperation of each component, the performance of the whole set of equipment is stable during long-term use, saving subsequent maintenance costs and controlling costs for manufacturers.