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12Jun2015

High-Performance Heads – Reengineered For Better Fuel Economy and Torque

Double H Heads are made from the finest certified aircraft grade aluminum. Our proprietary one piece design is completely CNC machines to exact tolerances, incorporating large heat sinks for maximum cooling ability. Every Double H head is then anodized with a distinctive gold finish for corrosion resistance and a unique custom appearance. If you’re looking
  • 12 Jun, 2015
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05Feb2015

Engine Mount – Reengineered for Reliability

The engine mount is a small volume production that is produced in 25 piece lots two to three times per year. This part is 100% made in house here at Double H. We order raw material, in the case of the photo above 3/8 & 3/4 steel plate. The plates are then plasma cut in
  • 5 Feb, 2015
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05Feb2015

Dump Gate – Re-engineered for extended Durability

The photo above is a good example of a product that Double H provides to the cement production industry. The dump gate is used in mixing cement in preparation for use. The stone and sand are poured into the mix through the dump gate. Due to the fact that stone and sand are very abrasive,
  • 5 Feb, 2015
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05Feb2015

Cooler Plate – Reengineered to Reduce Costs and Improve Consistency

This is a liquid cooled heat-sink for a diesel engine computer. It uses the diesel fuel from the engine as the cooling source while it flows through the plate. The original design from the customer was a three piece stamping that was silver soldered together and then pressure tested for leaks. This design was difficult
  • 5 Feb, 2015
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05Feb2015

Reengineered for Reliability

Detroit Diesel, at the time a division of GM, was producing oil inlet assemblies in house. Their part incorporated a tube with two castings, a screen and a cup. The castings would need machining, then tack welding to the tube. Next, the subassembly was silver soldered by hand. Finally, the cup and screen were bolted
  • 5 Feb, 2015
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