Ultrasonic Cutting And Sealing For Nonwoven

Ultrasonic Cutting And Sealing For Nonwoven

Date:Oct 09, 2020

Ultrasonic Cutting and Sealing for Nonwoven

Long Service Life

The three main factors that impact horn life are metallurgy, material type and the environment in which the horn is operating, which can vary greatly. Horns made from durable materials can enable long cutting life and process durability.

Material Cost Savings

Ultrasonic technology offers high-precision process control, which enables effective cutting of very lightweight nonwoven materials, which allows the utilization of less expensive, lighter weight nonwoven materials.

Product Design Flexibility

Complex shapes, angles, and cross sectional cuts can be effectively achieved on a variety of materials.

Sustainable Solution

Ultrasonic bonding uses minimal common voltage to power the highly efficient ultrasonic energy source, avoiding costs for heating and pumping adhesive, compressing and heating air, and so on.

Increase Production Line Efficiency

No cold start period or reheat and purge calibration. No heated equipment or cool down periods if maintenance is required. 

Reduce Machine Maintenance

Replace complex and high wear issues with a simple, reliable, clean ultrasonic cutting solution. 

Generates Sufficient Force Required for High Speed Bonding

One of the key advantages of the rotary sonotrode is the ability to achieve very high amplitudes and operate in contact with other surfaceswithout catastrophic failure of the horn or converter.

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