Ultrasonic Plastic Welding Machine For Auto Lamps

Ultrasonic Plastic Welding Machine For Auto Lamps

Description: Ultrasonic welding is an industrial technique through which a very high-frequency ultrasonic acoustical vibrations are applied to the work pieces locally and which are being confined together under the influence of high pressure in order to develop a solid-state weld, mostly used...

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Description:
Ultrasonic welding is an industrial technique through which a very high-frequency ultrasonic acoustical vibrations are applied to the work pieces locally and which are being confined together under the influence of high pressure in order to develop a solid-state weld, mostly used for plastics. In other words, it is the joining or altering of thermoplastics via heat which is generated from high-frequency mechanical motion. Electric energy of high frequency is converted into mechanical motion of the same high-frequency to attain welding process. This mechanical motion along with the force which is applied generates frictional heat at the plastic components'joining surfaces. This will enable the plastic material to melt and form a molecular bond amongst the parts.


Specifications:

Item No

HS-X20P

HS-X15P

Frequency

20Khz

15Khz

Power

1500W

3300W

Voltage

200-240V, Alternating current

200-240V,Alternating current

50-60hz, Single phase

50-60hz, Single phase

Electric current

10A

20A

Range of welding time

0.05-10/sec

0.05-10/sec

Environment Temperature

5-50℃

5-50℃

Air supply requirements

Clean dry compressed air, maximum pressure 7kg

Clean dry compressed air, maximum pressure 7kg

Maximum pressure

1.96KN

2.89KN

Maximum stroke

100MM

100MM

Beats

80/Min

50/Min

Triggered Dynamic range

67-890N

135-990N

Weight

66Kgs

68Kgs

Dimension

476mm(L)*736mm(W)*1524mm(H)

476mm(L)*736mm(W)*1524mm(H)
  


Ultrasonic Welding Process
The ultrasonic welder machine will comprise of components such as – Transducer, Sonotrode and Anvil.

The complete welding mechanism will include the following steps:
1. A stationary clamping force is put exactly perpendicular to the interface in between the work pieces.
2. Then the contacting sonotrode of the welder oscillates parallel to the interface.
3. This coalesced effect of stationary and oscillating force generates deformation which furthers welding.


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