n recent years, the need for increasingly high temperatures (beyond 1,100°C) and greater production volumes, besides the constant awareness to energy saving and respect for the environment, have oriented the research towards a new type of radiant tube.
The new tubes, made of 3–4 mm-thick steel sheet, combined with the new-generation burners, are becoming increasingly popular in the more recent CAL and CGL systems, and more and more customers are replacing the old cast tubes with the new sheet metal tubes.
Inside the structure, Nicro has advanced pressing/bending machines, three different laser-cutting machines, and plants for assembly and automated welding. As a result, the company has full control of its production without having to outsource any process.
Furthermore, our technical department is able to simulate the mechanical and thermal behaviour using CAD 3D design software.