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Ultrasonic welding

Welding force is applied mechanically. As a rule, the direction of force and vibration is parallel to the joint surface.

 
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Your benefits

  • Extremely short process times, thanks to electrical vibrations in the ultrasonic range
  • Clocked or continuous welding is possible
  • Separate areas, numerous welding and riveting connections, and various joining directions can be welded in parallel; individual parameter setting and monitoring is possible
  • Welding can be distance-, energy- or time-dependent
  • Reproducible good weld results when welding and riveting
  • Large selection of thermoplasts can be welded

Applications

Automotive industry / home appliance and white goods industry / sanitation and installation technology / electrical engineering / electronics / toy industry / woven and non-woven textiles / sports and outdoor industry

Variants

  • Modularly designed standard and special equipment, tailored to customer requirements
  • Generators in the 20 and 35KHz range, outputs of 1000–3000 W
  • Standardized feed units for multi-head applications
  • Robot-guided units with docking concepts for flexible designs
  • Single, multiple, or plane sonotrodes made from aluminum, titanium or tempered steel, with ID system for reproducibility