Brazeway was founded on the unconventional idea that extruded aluminum tubing could replace copper in refrigeration systems. It was an early demonstration of a disruptive event in the industry.
Mastery of tight-tolerance extrusion achieves level of control previously exclusive only to drawn tubing.
Invention of the bi-metal connector allowed the introduction of aluminum to the refrigeration industry.
The “dog-bone” style tube and fin construction is now known worldwide as the Brazeway-style evaporator.
The “vari-fin” evaporator manufacturing process allows for significant flexibility in design.
Brazeway pioneers extruded microchannel tubing which revolutionizes auto air conditioning.
First modular evaporator coil invented for refrigerated display cases improves quality and cost for commercial refrigeration.
“CuAl” joint development perfects the copper to aluminum connection and eliminates need for leak testing.
The addition of steel condensers to the Brazeway portfolio enables new innovations in the sealed system.
Introduction of microchannel into HVAC applications extends design and performance limits.
Brazeway takes charge and leads the conversion from copper to aluminum in the HVAC industry.
Brazeway installs new press #9 and begins production with the most advanced, state-of-the-art extrusion technology.
Roll coat corrosion treatment extends durability of microchannel tubing, expanding the applications where it can be employed.
With the launch of the eco7 evaporator, heat transfer technology achieves the highest performance from the lowest profile design ever.
With the latest press installation, Brazeway now operates the largest heat transfer extrusion press on the North American continent.