|Frequency:||15Khz~70khz||Power:||6000W In Max|
|Excitement:||Separate Excitation||Generator:||Digital Generator|
|Operate:||Touch Screen||Frequency Range:||+-500hz|
high power ultrasonic generator,
ultrasonic wave generator
|Power||6000W In max|
|Counting capacity||30000 item|
Power Supply. Every ultrasonic welder starts with a power supply. The power supply is sometimes referred to as the frequency generator because it takes standard electrical power (usually 115V/220V) at 60 Hz and converts it to the operating frequency of approximately 20 kHz or 20,000 cycles per second. Other output frequencies commonly available range from 15-70 kHz. This high frequency current is then sent through a special cable to the ultrasonic stack.
When investigating ways to join plastic parts, you will almost certainly settle on a process that falls into one of these categories: mechanical, adhesives, or welding. Mechanical processes such as snap-fit, screws, or rivets are great if the product needs to be disassembled during its life or if the product will be run in low volume. Adhesives like glue form a more permanent bond and excel at adhering two dissimilar materials. Plastic welding processes are permanent in nature, have no consumables, and use a combination of heat and pressure to fuse the parts together. One particular welding method should not be overlooked when evaluating manufacturing methods: ultrasonic welding.
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