Steel Tube with Eye
Steel tubes, with multi-axial bending and induction soldering. At one ending, stopper with bubble, then induction soldering of both the supporting bracket and eye-bolt, thanks to GAMM recent investments in its production machines. Compared to the traditional acetylene gas and brass alloy soldering, induction soldering offers advantages because it's clean, efficient and repeatable. The steel (or iron) tubes are then washed and zinc coated to guarantee maximum corrosion resistance as they will be used in the automotive sector, in particular, for power steering systems of cars and vans of both Italian and international brands. Given the delicate purpose, these components are inspected with certified equipment and procedures. The diameter in the pictures is 10mm, but it's possible to work steel tubes with diameters between 8 to 16mm.