The automotive industry includes a wide range of components processed with a wide variety of technologies that all become an integral part of the finished vehicle.
Many of these components require thermal processing as part of the manufacturing development. For many years Davron Technologies has supplied thermal process systems to the automotive industry to meet their highly technical requirements. Davron understands the challenges of the automotive industry and has worked with Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers as well as directly for the automaker to provide process solutions.
Regardless of the component, if your process requires curing, preheating, drying, annealing, or any other unique thermal process, Davron can provide a thermal solution to meet your specific needs. Our automotive ovens include many specialized heating methods and arrangements as well as inert atmosphere capabilities if required. We also design and manufacture systems before and after the thermal process equipment to integrate the loading and unloading of materials. This practice provides a complete solution allowing improved efficiency and productivity.
Davron has experience with a wide range of automotive parts and processes used to manufacture components found in today’s vehicles. Whether you manufacture friction materials for braking, interior, engine, or suspension components, Davron is ready to help you solve your manufacturing challenges.
Our equipment is uniquely designed to meet the specific process requirements of your industry to provide a solution for your manufacturing challenges. Contact Davron to discuss your application and review a sample of Automotive Projects completed in the past.
Automotive Interior Components – Automotive Textile Products – Automotive Acoustic Materials
Davron has years of experience creating solutions for manufacturing of automotive textile and sound attenuation type products. These products include a wide range of materials used to comprise a vehicle set for floor carpeting and trunk systems as well as programs to manufacture application specific parts for a number of locations within the vehicle.
These type parts include multiple pieces of various materials used to create the final assembly. These materials include carpet, padding/insulation products, sound barriers materials, and thin film products. The manufacturing of these multiple component parts requires unique heating systems to properly heat the various materials. Davron designs and manufactures automotive ovens that heat the entire material range by forced air convection heating, contact heating, infrared heating, or radiant heating. In many cases, the components that comprise the finished product are heated individually by different heating methods. In addition to the range of heating methods Davron also designs and manufactures systems heated by natural gas, electricity, and thermal oil.
The manufacturing process usually requires heating a variety of materials by different means to produce a vehicle set properly preheated to be prepared to press form into a specific shape. Davron provides systems that range from manual to fully automated, depending on the application and the customer’s preference. Davron designs systems to heat the multiple components individually, but simultaneously, and technology to merge the individually heated materials into the complete set prior to press forming.
Additional Davron equipment can be integrated with the thermal process to load individual materials and deliver complete preheated sets to the forming press. In addition, Davron also designs and manufactures systems to pick and place material blanks or pull to length and cut blanks from roll goods. All selected equipment is integrated and controlled by PLC to provide proper timing to reduce part to part cycle times.
Our equipment is uniquely designed to meet the specific process requirements of your industry to provide a solution for your manufacturing challenges. Contact Davron to discuss your application and review a sample of Automotive Interior Component Projects completed in the past.