Performance Metal Wire Ultrasonic Welding Machine
Principle of Ultrasonic Metal Welding:
Ultrasonic metal welding uses high-frequency vibration waves to transmit to two metal surfaces to be welded. Under pressure, the two metal surfaces rub against each other to form a fusion between molecular layers.
The development of ultrasonic metal welders for a wide variety of uses. These applications include:
Assembly of wire harnesses and heavy-duty cables for cars, trucks, and industrial machinery. Sonobond equipment can weld wire bundles with cross-sectional areas of up to 100mm2, even with lightly tinned or oxidized wires. It is unique in its ability to accomplish this with a single pulse.
Advanced battery and super capacitor applications involving up to 80 layers of foils even if lightly tinned. The dual-head system can also weld 3 millimeter-thick, non-ferrous sheet metal when equipped with appropriate tooling.
Assembly of the solar cells that constitute solar panels. Sonobond equipment can be used for welding aluminum strips to the metalized glass on PV modules. The resulting interconnects between the PV cells create an array with excellent conductivity.
Welding of larger metal parts, such as those used in the automotive industry. The "C-frame" units virtually eliminate the problem of tips sticking to aluminum parts and can be equipped for use on large industrial robots.
Spot welding — including wire-to-terminal welding — in a single pulse. Sonobond ultrasonic metal welders are ideal for bus bar fabrication, as well as for welding stranded wire to brass or copper terminals and producing single point ground terminals.
Fast, clean splicing of thin aluminum and copper foils up to 0.004-in. (0.1mm) thick and up to 48-in. (1.2m) wide. Our system consists of a power unit with a solid-state converter, a welding head, and a rotating disk tip which transverses the width of the foil at speeds up to 15 feet per minute. This technology is found in practically all U.S. foil mills.
The industry's most powerful spot welder with a full 4,500 watts of output for welding heavy gage wire to terminals, ignition module plates, and other electronic/electrical assemblies. The welded joints are often stronger than the parent metals, and the process usually takes less than 1.5 seconds.
Portable, hand-guided tube closure for precisely crimping and sealing copper and aluminum tubing. This one-step process creates quick, airtight seals without brazing and can accommodate tubes already charged with coolant, fluids, and gasses.
|Working air pressure||0.05-0.9MPa|
|Working head size||550*250*240mm|