HS C57A

Ultra­so­nic-cycle-wel­ding
Work­sta­tion

  • wel­ding of several lay­ers (with high per­cen­ta­ge of syn­thetic mate­ri­al)
  • wel­ding — cut­ting (with optio­nal kni­fe-sets)
  • The necessa­ry pres­su­re for the wel­ding pro­cess can quick­ly and easi­ly be adap­ted to the dif­fe­rent mate­ri­als, by using a sepa­ra­te con­trol­ler.
  • Using the fine tuning at the fee­ding unit the wel­ding mate­ri­al type as well as the thic­kness can be pre­cise­ly adjus­ted. This is essen­ti­al to obtain an opti­mum wel­ding result and con­se­quent­ly a strong assem­bly of the mate­ri­al.
  • The path to the top of the wel­ding stamp can be adjus­ted indi­vi­dual­ly that bet­ween horn and wel­ding stamp no risk of inju­ry to the hands exists. The­re­fo­re the ope­ra­tor is not dis­tur­bed by addi­tio­nal pro­tec­tion devices.
  • The form of the horn is custo­mi­zed manu­fac­tu­red. Rec­tan­gu­lar horns may be tur­ned up to 90 degrees, so the wel­ding mate­ri­als may be feed and posi­tio­ned hori­zont­al­ly or ver­ti­cal­ly depen­ding on the app­li­ca­ti­on.
  • In order to an opti­mal­ly hand­ling of cur­ved arti­cles, it is pos­si­ble to rai­se the horn. The height is easy to rea­li­ze using screws.
  • The wel­ding stamp is app­li­ca­ti­on spe­ci­fic pro­du­ced. It is easi­ly pos­si­ble to manu­fac­tu­re the stamp on your own at a later date.
  • HS 1001 Z-frame
    The working height can be adjus­ted by using screws.
    The frame is on rol­lers and can thus be easi­ly posi­tio­ned.

Opti­ons

  • HS 1022-K pedes­tal frame, mas­si­ve moun­ting form. The height can be quick­ly and easi­ly with the crank adjus­ted on the size of the ope­ra­tor, frame on cas­tors.
  • Spe­cial frames in a com­pact form or as a spe­cial design.
  • Indi­vi­du­al, ergo­no­mic work pla­tes.
  • Ultra­so­nic gene­ra­tor with 20, 30 or 35 kHz in dif­fe­rent power levels (watt).
  • Trig­ger with hand or knee switch.

 

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