Trinetics launches new ultrasonic plastic welding machine

12 December 2013 (Last Updated December 12th, 2013 18:30)

US-based custom-designed plastic and metal welding solutions provider Trinetics Group has introduced a new model of its Series 3000 ultrasonic plastic welding machine, the TRI1500i.

Ultrasonic plastic welding machine

US-based custom-designed plastic and metal welding solutions provider Trinetics Group has introduced a new model of its Series 3000 ultrasonic plastic welding machine, the TRI1500i.

The 1500W table-top machine uses a 20kHz transceiver and frequency dials, allowing for fine-tuned wave sound to the weld area, ease of changeover and no need for keeping costly multiple spare booster stacks.

The new machine can join two similar or dissimilar materials without producing sound audible to human beings, due to its high frequency of 20kHz. It allows customers to forego caustic chemical glue, solder or filler processes that produce harmful fumes.

The product can be used in plastic or metal welding applications including heat staking, inserting metal objects into plastic, bag making, food sealing, packaging, medical devices, tools, toys, garments, appliances, electronic packaging and automotive, among others.

The company has made the ultrasonic plastic welding machines available with an option to finance for $300 a month.

Trinetics is engaged in designing and manufacturing plastic and metal welding joining machines, hot plate contact or non-contact infrared welders, spin welders with wig-a-welding vibration and heat staking, and inserting machines.


Image: Trinetics' new Series 3000 ultrasonic plastic welding machine. Photo: courtesy of Trinetics Group, Inc.