HCSONIC specializes in the sales and service of thermoplastic or material joining products such as ultrasonic plastic welding, spot welding, ultrasonic mouthpiece welding and ultrasonic sewing machines. Please click here to contact us for assistance. A complete 15 kHz system is composed of a welder and a power supply suitable for the application in question.
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Ultrasonic technology is a fast, multi-purpose, emerging, and promising green non-destructive technology applied in the food industry in recent years. Ultrasound is used in various fields of food technology, such as crystallization, freezing, bleaching, degassing, extraction, drying, filtration, emulsification, sterilization, cutting, etc.
Disposable nonwovens are being used in a wide range of applications, whether packaged sterile surgical single-pack kits or personal protective equipment such as surgical caps and N95 masks, overalls and foot covers, disposable nonwovens provide an effective and inexpensive barrier against microorganisms and contamination. Its versatility extends to many other products, including hygienic and absorbent products, from shields and pads to diapers, undergarments, and disposable filters. All of these products mentioned above are made by seamless welding of nonwoven materials.
Ultrasonic plastic welding is a kind of welding technology where current is converted into a high-frequency electric energy by the ultrasonic generator. It is the joining or reforming of thermoplastics through the use of heat generated from high-frequency mechanical motion. Ultrasonic welding of plastic materials creates a molecular bond within the weld seam.
Ultrasonic welding is a process used to join two plastic parts together to form a strong, finished assembly. The process relies on high-frequency (ultrasonic) vibrations being generated and applied to the parts via a horn. Welding occurs as the vibrations are absorbed in the interface between the two parts, generating friction and causing the plastic to melt. The ultrasonic vibrations are generated by a series of components, including the power supply, converter, booster and horn, which ultimately delivers the mechanical vibration to the parts.