Capacitive resistance welding of plastic films and moulded parts via an alternating high-frequency electromagnetic field that causes the dipoles of the plastic to vibrate, thus heating them:
- High-frequency generators with an output of 1,500 – 40,000 W; stable working frequency of 27.12 MHz.
- Compliance with the international telecommunication authority requirements for frequency-stable, harmonic-free, low-radiation generators.
- Modular design and grid construction make it possible to expand the machines to include additional functions, adapt them to new products and conditions, and to enhance performance.
- Energy-saving process with absolute protection of electrodes (wear-free).
- Very precise work is possible, because only the areas being joined are heated.
- High weld quality thanks to infinitely adjustable pressure and penetration depth.
- Particularly durable weld through cooling of the weld under pressure with the device closed.
- Even welding of different materials through adaptive regulation of the power.
- For plastic parts with dipoles, especially PVC (polyvinyl chloride), but also PA, ABS, linear PUR, CA films with plasticiser additives, CAB and low molecular weight PMMA.
- Office organising materials: Ring binders, file folders, loose leaf binders, clear plastic folders.
- Advertising materials: Pocket calendars, photo albums.
- Packaging materials: Blister packs.
- Medical: Blood bags, dialysis bags.
- Automotive industry: Automobile interior trim.
- Nuclear research: Waste disposal.
- Upholstery industry.
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